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September 2018 Emeryville Real Estate & Rental Report: Sales See Steep Decline

November 13, 2018 | 0 Comments

The month of September saw a fairly steep decline in home sales in our city. My personal theory is that people have been apprehensive because of the election, rising interest...

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Crime & Public Safety

The Emeryville Police Department published an alert back on September 30th of an “unattended death” in the storm drain tunnel along Horton Street. The Alameda County Coroner has since identified the deceased as a 26-year-old Livermore woman. Officers...

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Food & Drink

The Public Market’s highly anticipated Public Bar opened in the market’s food hall last week. The bar is a centerpiece of the Public Market’s vision to provide a space that patrons will hang out and...

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Local Businesses

Ellis Partners has purchased a historic brick warehouse on the corner of Halleck and Park Avenue for $6.3 million. The former Westinghouse Pacific Coast Brake Company was built in 1912 to manufacture air brakes for...

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Development

The Planning Commission’s October 25th meeting was brief, but we got several updates on local projects we’ve been following. The lone Public Hearing was an application by the Rochambeau Cannabis Dispensary to expand their San...

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Arts & Culture

Emeryville Celebration of the Arts, Inc., is pleased to announce the location of the 32nd Annual Emeryville Art Exhibition at 5700 Horton Street in Emeryville (the same location as the 29th Annual Exhibition although the...

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Local Government

Ken Bukowski, who we profiled last June as a longtime councilmember during Emeryville’s redevelopment-fueled “Boomtown Era,” is at it again. Ken emerged as the only challenger to the current Donahue/Martinez slate of incumbents vying for...

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Community Voices & Interviews

KTVU Channel 2 crime reporter Henry K. Lee recently produced a video segment detailing how the Emeryville Police Department is using yoga, meditation and scented oils to help “peace officers” find peace. Emeryville Police Chief Jennifer...

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