Oakland’s Rockridge neighborhood is an upscale community with a range of amenities that make you feel like you hardly need to go anywhere else. College Avenue runs through the heart of it, connecting Oakland to Berkeley.
The borders of this village-in-a-city — roughly Alcatraz on the north, Broadway Terrace on the south, Telegraph Avenue on the west, and Highway 13 on the east — enclose one of the most bustling parts of Oakland where the classic and the modern thrive together.
Dominating the Rockridge skyline are the stark white towers of the Claremont Country Club overlooking the homes of upper Broadway Terrace. Just a little farther up the terrace road you reach the secluded lake and park of the Temescal Regional Recreation Area.
McNally’s is the place to get your Irish coffee on while you watch sports or just revel in the noise. For something quieter and more healing, take a class at the Namaste yoga studio.
One of the jewels of Rockridge is Market Hall, right across the street from the BART station. It’s a European-inspired open-air food market with seafood, fine baked goods, and more. There are even places to sit European-style out on the sidewalk and enjoy a meal or an iced coffee as the crowds pass by.
At the top of the neighborhood, a giant Safeway anchors a whole block of stores and services at the corner of College and Claremont.
Practically in the center of Rockridge — where College Avenue crosses beneath Highway 24 — the Rockridge BART station serves commuters, shoppers, and night-lifers alike with its spacious parking lot and closeness to restaurants, boutiques, services, and more.
Rockridge Housing Styles
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