For better examples of Oxnard architecture see below.
It’s hard to define an architectural style for Oxnard…is it Victorian, bungalow, traditional or mid-century? Is it brick, wood, stone or stucco? Is it traditional or modern? Well, yes – it is. Oxnard has examples of each of the above – but there is no cohesive definitive “Oxnard” style. This is both a problem and an opportunity.
I believe the finest building in Oxnard is the Post Office at the corner of 4th and A Street.
Our historic Post Office complete with a WPA mural in the lobby.
A very handsome remodel at 505 A Street, Downtown Oxnard Dao Doan/Mainstreet
Back of 505 A Street. Excellent treatment of parking lot facade. Dao Doan/Mainstreet
426 Fifth Street, Downtown Oxnard
The Woolworth building at Fourth Street and A Street, 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.
Oxnard Transportation Center (OTC)