Oldest Residential Area in Berkeley
Directly north of the University of California, Berkeley is Northside, a residential neighborhood that is popular among students. It is known as the oldest residential area in Berkeley. It is the place to live for any student who wants to live near their classes but also want to live in a more traditional neighborhood setting. A popular park that Northside residents like to visit is the Berkeley Rose Garden. This park features a huge garden that has bucolic views of flowers, the San Francisco bay, and the Golden Gate Bridge.

Whenever hungry or thirsty, there is always a spot to hit up near the area of Northside. Restaurants in the area include Triple Rock Brewing, Comal, Gather, Pappy's Grill & Sports Bar, and Free House. Bars that are great for drinks with friends include Kip’s Bar and Grill, Pacific Standard Tap Room, Tupper & Reed, and Albatross Pub. Northside is one of the best place to live for any student who wants to live in a suburban setting and atmosphere.
What Northside Residents
Think About Their Apartments
Median rents in Northside
1 Bedroom
2 Bedroom

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Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: La Verde Rd to Oxford St
North to South Boundaries: Cedar St to Hearst Ave

Best Apartments
in Northside

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1 Bed $2,890
2 Beds $3,700

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Studio $2,881
1 Bed $3,599
2 Beds $3,525

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