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2425 Valdez St, Oakland, CA 94612
$1,585 - $1,625 | Studio

(916) 458-0902

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1200 Lakeshore Ave, Oakland, CA 94606
$3,795 - $5,695 | 1 - 3 Beds

(510) 735-0467

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1130 E 3rd Ave, Oakland, CA 94606
$2,407 - $3,573 | 1 - 2 Beds

(844) 329-2312

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901 Jefferson St, Oakland, CA 94607
$2,700 - $3,818 | 1 - 2 Beds

(707) 791-2356

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240 3rd St, Oakland, CA 94607
$2,475 - $5,145 | 1 - 2 Beds

(707) 791-2355

Updated 1 day ago
2350 Valley St, Oakland, CA 94612
$2,627 - $11,626 | Studio - 2 Beds

(925) 239-2944

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1389 Jefferson St, Oakland, CA 94612
$2,276 - $11,517 | Studio - 3 Beds

(510) 924-4319

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5735 Avenal Ave, Oakland, CA 94605
$1,200 | Studio

(669) 900-4912

Updated 2 weeks ago
362 Jayne Ave, Oakland, CA 94610
Call for Rent | Studio - 2 Beds

(510) 899-5554

Updated 2 weeks ago
414 Grand Ave, Oakland, CA 94610
Call for Rent | Studio - 1 Bed

(415) 529-7621

Updated 2 weeks ago
414 E 15th St, Oakland, CA 94606
Call for Rent | Studio

(415) 463-7095

Updated 2 weeks ago
542 25th St, Oakland, CA 94612
Call for Rent | Studio - 2 Beds

(510) 907-7828

Updated 2 weeks ago
1428 Jackson St, Oakland, CA 94612
Call for Rent | Studio - 1 Bed

(925) 448-3686

Updated 2 weeks ago
1146 Mckinley Ave, Oakland, CA 94610
Call for Rent | Studio - 1 Bed

(415) 685-0489

Updated 2 weeks ago
378-380 Grand Ave, Oakland, CA 94610
Call for Rent | 1 Bed

(510) 228-4063

Updated 2 weeks ago
722 Alcatraz Ave, Oakland, CA 94609
Call for Rent | Studio

(844) 866-2125

Updated 2 weeks ago
The Nook
1533 Jackson St, Oakland, CA 94612
$1,895 - $1,945 | 1 Bed

(510) 907-7830

Updated 2 weeks ago
6888 Lion Way, Oakland, CA 94621
$1,166 | 1 - 4 Beds

(510) 735-0468

Updated 2 weeks ago
360 Monte Vista Ave, Oakland, CA 94611
$1,995 | 1 Bed
Updated 1 day ago
1125 E 18th St, Oakland, CA 94606
$1,595 | Studio
Updated 3 days ago
1135 E 18th St, Oakland, CA 94606
$1,695 | 1 Bed
Updated 3 days ago
1200 Lakeshore Apartments
1125 E 18th St, Oakland, CA 94606
$1,795 | 1 Bed
Updated 3 days ago
1929 26th Ave, Oakland, CA 94601
$1,595 | 1 Bed
Updated 3 days ago
630 Thomas L Berkley Way, Oakland, CA 94612
$2,895 | 1 Bed | Condo for Rent
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1921 26th Ave, Oakland, CA 94601
$2,195 | 2 Beds
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Oakland, CA Apartments for Rent

Oakland, California is a place that cares! Living in an Oakland apartment will enhance your desire to get involved. Perhaps it is all of the sunshine – Oakland is ranked number one in climate among US cities, enjoying 300 sunny days per year. Whatever it is, the city of Oakland works hard to minimize homelessness, hunger, and to deliver hot plates to seniors.  If you want to witness such good acts and always be around genuine people that care, rent an apartment in Oakland today!

Oakland has gained national recognition as a major travel destination. Who wants to stay away from all of those beautiful palm trees? Oakland was named the top North American city to visit, highlighting its growing number of sophisticated restaurants and bars, top music venues, and increasing nightlife appeal. You say you need a change? Oakland is the best place to find it!

Things to Do in Oakland:

Don’t underestimate Oakland – this is a city filled with things to do! Everything from star-gazing to paddle boarding to hikes through the redwood forests are available. You can get up close and personal with more than 450 species at the Oakland Zoo. That’s not all. Bring out your inner science geek at Chabot Space and Science Center! Even learn why Walt Disney was inspired to create Disneyland after a visit to Children’s Fairyland. Sure, it’s not what you expected. It’s Oakland!

What is there not to do in Oakland is the question! Though it is somewhat overshadowed by neighboring giant San Francisco, people enjoy this ‘mecca of the West’ feel. Movers and shakers are constantly pushing the boundaries, leading the way for innovation and creativity. The best part about it is that there is no lack of creative expression!

Feel like smooching? Grab your sweetheart’s face and pucker up! Oakland has several designated “kissing” spots, such as beside the giant peace sign that overlooks Lake Merritt at the Oakland Museum of California, or on the “Kiss Cam” at the Oracle Arena. Or just sitting on the concrete steps next to the Jack London Statue on Jack London Square would be just enough to suffice a smooch on the cheek!

It’s party time! Oakland is filled with pizazz and sparkly fun! Heinold’s First & Last is a great starting point for a local bar crawl. It’s oozing with local flavor and is located right on the Bay. Continue the journey on to Smitty’s Cocktails, known for its cheap drinks, or Dorsey’s Locker, possibly the best place to munch on some down-home pub grub. For those who love beer and the local bar scene, Barclay’s has about thirty on tap to choose from.

What to Consider When Moving to Oakland:

And of course there’s ice cream! Dreyer’s Grand Ice Cream Holdings, Inc. was founded in 1928 by William Dreyer and Joseph Edy in Oakland! That is a major consideration when trying to determine which Oakland apartment fits you best.

Oakland is the only city in California with three professional sports teams: the Raiders, the A’s, and the Golden State Warriors.

Oakland is the eighth-largest city in California and its shipping port is the fifth-busiest in the US. It is also one of the most ethnically-diverse major cities in the nation, with residents from around the world. Nearly 200,000 of Oakland’s jobs are related to marine cargo transport, ranging from minimum-wage positions to managers who earn an annual average salary of more than $90,000. The city is home to several major companies, including World Markets,, Clorox, and Cost Plus World Markets.

Why Oakland Apartments Are Hot:

Oakland is the only city in California with three professional sports teams:  the Oakland Raiders, the Oakland Athletics, and the Golden State Warriors. If you enjoy seeing sports up close and personal, then you’ll love the nearby sports stadiums – ideal for tailgating!

Oakland hosts a significant art community, boasting the highest concentration of artists per capita in the US. The newest galleries are mostly located in the Uptown area. Oakland is also home to musicians working in a mix of genres, and is home to well-known talents including Sly & the Family Stone, MC Hammer, and Tupac Shakur.

Getting around Oakland is easy – this pedestrian-friendly city is served by the Bay Area Rapid Transit system, or BART. Home to amazing parks – such as the stunning Redwood Regional Park – outdoor activities, such as hiking and camping, are abundant. Sports fans can cheer the MLB Oakland A’s or the NFL’s Oakland Raiders.

Why Oakland?

  • The Oakland Zoo, located in Knowland Park, contains nearly 700 animals.
  • Catching rainbow trout in Redwood Creek surrounded by a vast forest of Sequoias.
  • The beautiful Camron-Stanford House is an elegant Victorian mansion and a museum.
  • Spending the afternoon at Jack London Square, home to restaurants, shops, and the Jack London Market.
  • The Oakland Museum is an impressive 300,000 square feet and contains an extensive art collection.
  • Oakland is home to Peralta Community College and California College of the Arts.

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