330 2nd Street, commonly referred to as The Leviathan building is one of Jack London Square's most unique buildings. Designed to resemble a mythical sea monster, the Leviathan was constructed in 1990 by Ace Architects and served as their headquarters for more than 2 decades. This project is suitable for an owner-user or can be purchased as an investment property with additional upside in the development. The building can accommodate full-floor offices, but can also support smaller office users by potentially dividing each floor into separate suites. Located in the Heart of bustling Jack London Square, The Leviathan is only steps away from the Oakland Jack London Ferry, BART, I-880, 580, & 980 and the Oakland Athletic's new proposed baseball stadium at Howard Terminal. In addition, the building is centrally located to many of Oakland's most popular restaurants and bars such as Scott's Seafood, Yoshi's Restaurant & Live Jazz, Crooked City Cider House, Beer Revolution and more
Listing courtesy of Santino DeRose from DeRose & Appelbaum
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