We are settling into our new studio in Oakland’s Jack London neighborhood. Named after author Jack London, the neighborhood sits between the Oakland Estuary and the 880 Highway. It includes the waterfront area as well as the Oakland Produce Terminal, and is walking distance to Old Oakland, Oakland’s Chinatown, Downtown, and Lake Merritt.
The team immediately utilized our proximity to public transportation — the trifecta of BART, ferry and train are all within blocks. This wasn’t the only reason for our move. We’ve also added many things to do, see, eat, and drink right outside our door! This neighborhood has had a large residence of artists and other creatives for decades, and in recent years has brought an influx of restaurants, coffee roasters, breweries, and wine tasting rooms. A Jack London public market, the likes of the San Francisco Ferry Building is in the works — planned to open later this year.
Needless to say, we’ve been enjoying our new hood. Here’s a small glimpse: