Oxnard Architecture

 
The Bank of A Levy – Arguably the most significant building in Oxnard’s downtown. At the corner of 5th and A Street.

Bank of A Levy, downtown Oxnard

Reiter Brothers complex across from Heritage Square on A Street.

Reiter Brothers building, downtown Oxnard

Reiter Brothers building, downtown Oxnard

A very handsome remodel at 505 A Street, Downtown Oxnard

505 A Street, downtown Oxnard

505 A Street, downtown Oxnard

505 A Street, downtown Oxnard

Back of 505 A Street. Excellent treatment of parking lot facade.

505 A Street, downtown Oxnard

Our historic Post Office complete with a WPA mural in the lobby.

Post Office, downtown Oxnard

Post Office, downtown Oxnard

426 Fifth Street, Downtown Oxnard

426 Fifth-St, downtown Oxnard

426 Fifth-Steet, downtown Oxnard

The Woolworth building at Fourth Street and A Street, downtown Oxnard.

Woolworth Building, Downtown Oxnard

Attractive remodel save for the strip mall like sign that violates the Oxnard Sign Code and inappropriate signs in windows. Corner of Fourth Street and A Street, downtown Oxnard

Remodel, downtown, Oxnard

Oxnard Transportation Center (OTC)

Oxnard Transportation Center (OTC) downtown Oxnard

Sisters Servents of Mary Convent – G Street, Oxnard.

Sisters Servents of Mary, G Street, Oxnard

Sisters Servents of Mary, G Street, Oxnard