Central Berkeley, also known as the flats, is just to the west of Downtown Berkeley and is bounded by Martin Luther King, Sacramento, Dwight, and Hearst.
Distinctive features are the broad tree-lined streets of Spaulding, California, and Sacramento, the Becky Temko Tot Park, and the Ohlone Greenway atop the underground BART tracks.
Because it is flat, it’s easy to bike or walk to Downtown, North Berkeley BART, shops, and more.
Central Berkeley/The Berkeley Flats slopes gently from Martin Luther King west to San Pablo Avenue. The northern and southern boundaries are roughly Cedar and Dwight.
Poets Corner – The neighborhood is bordered by University Ave, Sacramento Street, Dwight Way, and San Pablo Avenue. Most of the streets that lie exclusively within the boundaries of this neighborhood are named after poets: Bonar, Browning, Byron, Chaucer, Cowper, Edwards, and Poe.
South Berkeley, Harmon Tract, and Lorin District are to the south. That’s where you’ll find Ashby BART and the Adeline/Alcatraz shopping district, Berkeley Bowl Market, and Tuesday Farmers’ Market.
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