Fourth & U

2020 Fourth Street Berkeley, CA 94710
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  • One & Two Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Cat Friendly & Dog Friendly
  • Off Street Parking
  • Laundry In Unit
  • Fitness Equipment

Property Details

About this property

Discover a unique balance of cozy charm and modern sophistication at Fourth & U apartments in Berkeley, CA. Make yourself at home in one of these 1- or 2-bedroom apartment homes and enjoy soaring ceilings and large windows that fill your space with natural light. Each of these apartment homes offers an efficient layout enhanced with features for your convenience such as an in-home, full-size washer and dryer.  

Within the community, spend the afternoon entertaining guests in the courtyard or BBQ area or working up a sweat in the fitness center. Just outside the doors are coffee shops, art galleries, and retail shopping line the street. A bit farther, you will find the renowned culture and individualistic spirit that Berkeley is known for in its dining and entertainment options. Traveling outside of Berkeley to explore San Francisco, Oakland, and beyond is also easy with Berkeley Amtrak and AC Transit right outside the grounds and BART just around the corner.

 

Amenities

BBQ/Picnic area
Clubhouse
Controlled Access
Courtyard
Elevator
Fitness Center
Near Mass Transit
Pet Friendly

Property Location

About Oakland, California

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About Oakland, California

Known for its port, Oakland is one of the largest cities in the Bay Area and home to corporations including Kaiser Permanente, Clorox and a host of technology firms. There's always something going on in Oakland, which has more movie theaters, theater companies, and museums per square mile than any other city in the U.S. Baseball fans can catch an Oakland As game during the season.

The Community of Oakland

More than 50 neighborhoods make up Oakland, including downtown, the Central Business District, Lake Merritt, the Oakland Hills and the East, West and North parts of the city. The hills in the northeast part of Oakland are home to the most prosperous residential areas.

The Cypress Freeway that divided the west from the rest of the city collapsed during the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, and was rebuilt in a different location. That allowed the west side of Oakland to become more desirable with more businesses, artists and revitalized residential areas. Efforts to diminish crime in this area have resulted in most neighborhoods being very safe.

What to Do in Oakland

Redwood Regional Park lets you escape the city in favor of towering redwood trees and extensive hiking and biking trails. Keep an eye out for golden eagles, deer and other wildlife. You can even reserve a camping spot or picnic area. On the west side of the park, make a stop at the Chabot Space & Science Center, a museum that features a hands-on learning area, two planetariums, telescopes and a theater as well as regular shows and exhibits.

More than 700 animals call the Oakland Zoo home, and it makes for an educational experience on conservation. The newly-opened California Trail area focuses on the changes to the ecosystem in the Bay Area and how plants, animals and humans co-exist. Take the tram up to the top of the hill to see more animals and exhibits.

One Place You Shouldn't Miss in Oakland

Named for the famous author, Jack London Square in downtown Oakland is a mixed-use area on the waterfront that features shopping, dining and a bit of history. London grew up, lived and wrote along the waterfront, frequenting Heinold's First and Last Chance Saloon. Nearby, a replica of the cabin he lived in stands for visitors to peruse.

Dining in Oakland

Korean food is everywhere in Oakland, and it's delicious. Gogi Time, a bustling, all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ place in uptown, is one of the best. You get 2 hours to eat all that you can for a fixed price.

Near Jack London Square, The Fat Lady has awesome 1800s decor and an extensive menu with something to please just about everyone. Stop into this family-owned restaurant for lunch, dinner or weekend brunch, or just enjoy their full bar with an array of unique cocktails.

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