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Light-filled Industrial Converted Warehouse
This space is the result of a major restoration of a 1928 brick and timber warehouse in the heart of the Temescal neighborhood of Oakland, Ca. We love our industrial chic vibe and think you will, too!
• Multiple skylights
• 25’ high atrium
• Roll-up garage door for easy access
• Kitchen with refrigerator, freezer and coffee maker
• Site manager
• Tables and chairs
LOCATION / TRANSPORTATION
• Easy access from San Francisco and Marin
• Just off Hwy 24
• Street parking available
FOOD & CATERING
• We do not provide catering services, but have some fantastic neighborhood catering options.
Gorgeous and Expansive Creative Art Space
Our gorgeous converted warehouse space is divided into 3 rooms:
The Warhol Studio is our biggest space that features brick walls, high ceilings, a lot of natural light, and 45 ft of mirrors. It's perfect for any large group use measuring at 71 x 31 ft.
Our Basquiat Studio is our second dance studio that doubles as a functional theater space with projector and blackout curtains. It has 35 ft of mirror and measures 60 x 21 ft. It's ideal for smaller group use and as an adjunct space to our Main Warhol Studio.
Our Jones studio is an additional space/lounge area that has our bathrooms, kitchenette, ping pong table, and functional bar space. It's perfect to use as a breakout/work space as well. It also has plenty of natural light as well.
Warehouse space with redwood floors
Enjoy an open warehouse space near the Port of Oakland in Jack London Square. Redwood accents adorn the cozy space, which dates back the 1890's. We are walking distance to neighborhood favorite's like Yoshi's and The Fat Lady. This space also boasts a parking lot, outdoor patio, and loading dock for your convenience.
Victorian Charm in Oakland
The Camron-Stanford House is the last of the beautiful Victorian mansions that once surrounded Lake Merritt, and was the home to five influential families before becoming the first museum in the City of Oakland.
The restored home helps visitors time travel to the 1880s and enter meticulously recreated living spaces while learning about the early days of Oakland as a city. In addition, the house presents various exhibits throughout the year that focus on aspects of life and culture in the 19th century.
Enjoy a mesmerizing view of Lake Merritt from the privacy of our Victorian garden and our spacious veranda.