A lively and diverse business district on Telegraph Avenue between 20th and 35th streets in Oakland, CA.
The Koreatown Northgate district is situated in-between Oakland's growing Uptown Arts and Entertainment District and the thriving Temescal Telegraph business district. It also sits adjacent to the Broadway Auto Row district and the MacArthur BART station.

This uniquely Oakland event draws 20,000 people to the area. Be sure to check it out.

Koreatown Northgate includes an important Korean-American commercial center, a creative arts community, Alta Bates-Summit Medical Center and other healthcare services, new residential projects including the Telegraph (old Sears) Lofts and a growing variety of multi-ethnic restaurants, shops and services that are working to revitalize the neighborhood.
Utility Box Art Project
See interviews with the artists and work in progress, in this video produced by Laney College Digital Media Club. Go on a self-guided tour of the Art Boxes with our neighborhood map. A big thanks to all the artists: Fulani Carter, Eddie Colla, Jack Eastgate, Stevan Guiterrez, Lisa Hoffman, Dave Young Kim & Stephanie Leung, Joanne Ludwig, Pancho Peskador, David Polka, Lynne-Rachel Altman, Momoko Sudo, Ashia Tymous, and Desi Wome.
Koreatown Northgate Business Improvement District 2013
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