Adeline Lofts

1131 24th Street, Oakland | Map
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AHA bought the abandoned rubber factory in 1999 and spent three years transforming it into the much-lauded Adeline Lofts, the East Bay’s first live/work development. The apartments are permanently affordable to low-income artists, artisans, entrepreneurs and their families.

All of the units are spacious and filled with light, featuring amenities such as high ceilings, skylights, large windows, granite countertops and maple cabinets. AHA provides business support services to residents at Adeline Lofts, enabling them to build their businesses and work from home.

Adeline Lofts is currently home to photographers, fashion designers, musicians, dancers, and families with children — a community as diverse as Oakland itself.

Would you like more information about Adeline Lofts? Please call the Property Manager at (510) 465-5243.

Completed
January, 2003
Income Level
35 - 60% AMI
Resident Population
  • Families
Architect
Kava Massih Architects
Contractor
JH Fitzmaurice
Cost
$9.5 Million
Financing Partners
  • City of Oakland
  • Citibank
  • Wells Fargo
  • Merritt Community Capital
Property Manager
SAHA PM
Services Coordinator
SAHA