"Long and scenic street, full of Alameda history"
Buena Vista Avenue is one of handful of street that run lengthwise across the entire east-west span of Alameda. The street is on the north end, or the industrial poration of the island. It does not have the large Vistorian mansions bordering man-made lagoons found in the central portion of the island. The street is filled with smaller houses. There is even a stretch of abandoned warehouses by Little John park that serves as a reminder of the more industrious days past. Lots of trees and interesting architecture to look at. A very good street for jogging.
- Families with kids