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Reclaiming the city’s historic waterfront, Brooklyn Basin is Oakland’s newest neighborhood, vibrantly blending work, play and everyday life by the Bay. Just moments from Jack London Square, 30 acres of public parks, 200 boat slips, events, shops and restaurants make this a diverse and dynamic extension of the city. And as the first residential offering in this fresh community, Orion will play a key part in defining what it means to live here along the coastline.

Highlights
  • Historic 9th Avenue Terminal Building
  • The Bay Trail Connection to Lake Merritt
  • Aquatic Center at Estuary Park
  • Over 100,000 Square Feet of Retail
  • 200 Boat Slips
Public Spaces
  • Clinton Basin
  • Historic 9th Avenue Terminal Building
  • Brooklyn Plaza Boardwalk & Shops
  • Community Events at Township Commons
  • Mayhew Park
  • Emerging Dining & Grocery Options

BROOKLYN BASIN

The welcoming Gateway Park leads the way to the stunning water of Clinton Basin.

Brooklyn Basin Way is a retail haven with a wide promenade lined with storefronts and cafes.

Sunny afternoons are best spent on the sunny decks of the historic 9th Avenue Terminal.

Enjoy a mile-long bike ride on the Bay Trail, surrounded by waterfront charm and greenery.

An active marina meets bustling promenade at Clinton Basin.

In 15 Minutes or Less

Brooklyn Basin is an all-natural extension of the East Bay’s eclectic energy, with some of Oakland’s best well within reach. Should they feel the call to explore, a short bike ride, drive or complimentary shuttle will land residents on the doorsteps of some of the city’s favorite features, eateries and shops within minutes.

  • A specialty market and sun-drenched deck just outside Orion's door.

    9th Avenue Terminal 288 Ninth Avenue, Oakland

  • A grand civic space for celebrations, concerts and water festivals.

    Shoreline Park 2 Ninth Avenue, Oakland

  • Live music venue in historic building with art school, bar and restaurant.

    Fox Theater 1807 Telegraph Ave, Oakland

  • The ultimate gathering place with cafes, galleries, retail and more.

    The Hive 2335 Broadway, Oakland

  • A lively waterfront destination with restaurants and historic bars.

    Jack London Square 2 Broadway, Oakland

  • Monthly event with live music, retail and art in Uptown.

    Oakland First Fridays & Art Murmur Uptown Oakland

  • Multi-purpose stadium home to the Oakland Athletics.

    Oakland Coliseum Arena 7000 Coliseum Way, Oakland

  • Boat, birdwatch, jog or walk the 3.4 miles of beautiful shoreline.

    Lake Merritt 568 Bellevue Ave, Oakland

  • Stunning 3,040-seat art deco movie theatre built in 1931.

    Paramount Theater 2025 Broadway, Oakland

  • Community gathering place in Old Oakland with gourmet food stalls.

    Swan’s Market 510 9th St, Oakland

  • Cluster of award-winning artisanal distilleries and tasting rooms.

    Alameda’s Spirits Alley 1951–2601 Monarch Street, Alameda

  • Cultural escape complete with art, events and a garden.

    Oakand Museum of California 1000 Oak St, Oakland, CA 94607

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Plotting Your Course at Orion

Orion, and Brooklyn Basin as a whole, is extraordinarily connected to public transportation, making it easy for residents to access the city in their preferred method of travel—whether it’s biking along the Bay Trail to Lake Merritt, taking a complimentary shuttle to nearby BART stations or making the quick drive over to the San Francisco Ferry.

Accessibility
  • 12th Street BART Station / 1.9 miles
  • Lake Merritt BART Station / 1.1 miles
  • 19th Street BART Station / 2.2 miles
  • Free B Bus Stop to BART / 5 blocks
  • AC Transit Bus Stop / 2 miles
  • Bay Trail / 2 blocks
  • Lake Merritt Bike Trail / .2 miles
  • Jack London Ferry Terminal / 2.2 miles
  • Jack London Train Station /1.6 miles