Fruitvale is a vibrant neighborhood that is filled with diverse cultures and cuisines. Centered around International Boulevard, residents of Fruitvale will find superb Latin American food, especially from its highly regarded and numerous taco trucks. A particularly great time to visit this lively community is during prominent events like Cinco de Mayo and Dia de los Muertos, when both residents and visitors gather to celebrate.
Residences are often California bungalows, situated on neighborly side streets. People living in the area benefit from the Fruitvale Transit Village, which boasts a BART station and several AC Transit lines. The city is also working on a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system that will run from downtown along International Boulevard and is intended to ease transportation into downtown Oakland.
For a 3-Bedroom Home
|Fruitvale Station||Patton University|
|Arise High [9-12]|
|GROCERY STORES||Saint Elizabeth High [9-12]|
|La Pena's Bakery||Agnes Memorial Christian Academy [PK-12]|
|Mi Pueblo Food Center||Oakland Charter Academy [6-8]|
|Supermercado Mi Tierra||Urban Promise Academy [6-8]|
|Achieve Academy [PK-5]|
|Cesar Chavez Park||International Community [K-5]|
|Josie de la Cruz Park||St. Elizabeth Elementary [K-8]|
|Kennedy Tract Park||Think College Now School [K-5]|
|Peralta Hacienda Historical Park||World Academy [K-5]|
|Union Point Park|