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Rick Holliday’s The Intersection housing project received its occupancy permit by the City at the end of September. The project, whose planning goes back to 2013, endured as many obstacles as a construction project could including...

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Some notable openings and closings since our last update in September including the closure of two foodie favorites and two new banking options at the Powell Street Plaza. Mama Lamees Lease Ends Mama Lamees announced...

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Mail-In ballots for the November 2 Emeryville Special Election are on their way. Emeryville voters will be asked to choose between two relative newcomers to Emeryville politics Courtney Welch and Charlotte Danielsson-Chang. Either will be...

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Mail-In ballots for the November 2 Emeryville Special Election are on their way. Emeryville voters will be asked to choose between two relative newcomers to Emeryville politics Courtney Welch and Charlotte Danielsson-Chang. Either will be...

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The Emeryville Planning Commission reviewed plans for a proposed Bay Street Grocery Store at their September meeting. The anchor tenant is at the center of a revitalization effort by the new owners of the property....

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A selection of Emeryville-relevant business stories published by the Bay Area’s preeminent business reporting source, The SF Business Times. Zymergen, one of the largest Biotech employers in the East Bay with 600 employees, announced 120...

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With the gubernatorial recall behind us, Emeryville voters will be faced with one more decision this year. Emeryville will hold a Special Election on November 2 to fill the council seat vacated by resigned councilmember...

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Some updates detailing store and restaurant closures and openings around Emeryville over the past month including a possible “game-changing” grocery store at the Bay Street Shopping Center. Roba’s Pizza Pasta Café – Vacant Family-run Roba’s...

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Crime Reports in Emeryville Gradually Ticking Up

September 3, 2021 | 0 Comments

Crime reports in Emeryville saw gradual increases during the first half of 2021 according to data provided by the Emeryville Police Department. The report totals are still well short of pre-pandemic levels and the increases...

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A selection of Emeryville-relevant business stories aggregated from around the web including two more life science projects in the pipeline. The Bay Bridge Center, the site anchored by Wells Fargo at Powell & Christie, was...

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Good to Eat Dumplings announced that they have signed a lease to occupy the former Yuzu Ramen space on 65th street. Yuzu shuttered earlier this year after opening in 2016. Good to Eat has been...

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The U.S. Census Bureau released some results of the 2020 decennial census last week. The Emeryville Census data showed the city’s population increased dramatically from roughly 10,080 to 12,905. A 28% increase. By comparison, the...

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Some new spots in Emeryville and the surrounding areas to report including a new pizza spot opening at the Public Market, The Broken Rack kitchen reopening under new management & North Oakland favorite The Kebabery...

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An Emeryville resident has thrown his hat into the ring in the California Gubernatorial Recall Election to be held on September 14. David Moore, who lives on Hollis in Northern Emeryville, is an Oakland public...

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The E’ville Eye’s canine mascot “Fiona” crossed the rainbow bridge on August 1. The female brindle French Bulldog was 13 1/2 years old. Her passing has left a hole in the hearts of those that...

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Health officials in seven Bay Area counties issued a new indoor mask mandate on Monday as the region faces a wave of new COVID-19 cases due to the more infectious delta variant and the remaining...

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The filing period for the November 2nd Emeryville City Council Special Election to replace resigned Councilmember Christian Patz is coming to a close. The deadline for filing paperwork is this Friday, August 6th at 5...

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The California Highway Patrol is reporting the death of a homeless individual who was struck on I-580 just west of W. MacArthur Blvd. The collision occurred on Friday July 30th at approximately 10:00 p.m. CHP...

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The new owners of Bay Street appear to be taking the recent high-profile incidents with public safety seriously. CenterCal, who acquired the property this past spring, have announced a series of improvements including some physical...

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Several off-ramps along I-580 in Emeryville & Oakland were closed late Friday evening after a fatal collision, according to the California Highway Patrol. The collision, involving three vehicles, occurred in the West MacArthur underpass near...

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Four more closings to announce since our last report in April (one temporary). In positive news, West Oakland’s thriving Horn Barbecue is adding two new food options and Emeryville has a new Mediterranean-inspired delivery-only option....

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Alameda County rescinded its local Shelter-in-Place order on Tuesday to fully align with California’s Beyond the Blueprint framework. This action eliminates physical distancing requirements, capacity limits on businesses and relaxes mask mandates. This new order...

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Some North Oakland neighbors are organizing to push back on a project that has already been approved by The City of Oakland. They claim the permitting of the 35 stall “Ghost Kitchen” business CloudKitchens at...

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A flurry of business activity continues across Emeryville amid the pandemic’s gradual downturn. Covid has helped intensify the demand for life science space and developers are in a “race” to satisfy this. Emeryville has quite...

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