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In the Neighborhood

Entering its eighth year, Giving Tuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration. Giving Tuesday is celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving following the more capitalist-driven Black...

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A handful of local Emeryville business stories aggregated from around the web in our periodic update. Among these are the listing of four Emeryville Companies have made the 2019 SF Business Times “Top 100 fastest-growing...

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Inventory for Emeryville properties remains low with only about 17 current listings. It would take less than two months to sell all the current listings. Median Rents on Slightly Downward Trend As we enter into...

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Some notable comings and goings since our last October update including the departure of two dine-in options, an update on a highly anticipated West Oakland Barbecue spot, and what we know about the Bay Street...

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Emeryville City Councilmember Scott Donahue is taking legal steps against the City of Berkeley to delay the planned removal of his “Berkeley Big People” sculptures. The pair of sculptures are installed on the pedestrian bridge...

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An update on progress at The Public Market Emeryville which has undertaken an ambitious, multi-year renovation project. The Market Hall is currently at about 70% capacity. We previously reported on the soft-opening of Mama Lamees...

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The Emeryville Celebration of the Arts has announced that the Pickleworks building on 55th Street will serve as location of 33rd Annual Emeryville Art Exhibition. The building was once a pickle warehouse and most recently...

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A group of some of Emeryville’s most well known businesses — Clif Bar, Decathlon and IKEA, in collaboration with city leaders and Save The Bay, are teaming up to launch the first-ever “plogging” event in...

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The Public Market recently unveiled its latest food offering in partnership with the La Cocina incubator program. Mama Lamees “Feast From the Middle East” soft-opened on September 10 after announcing their intent to open last...

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Our July, 2019 Emeryville Real Estate Report touches on further trends in the local Real Estate Market. Reflecting the direction in the broader region, Emeryville listings and sales prices saw incremental declines. A drop in...

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For the past twenty-nine summers, the Golden Gate Branch Library on San Pablo Avenue has been host to the “Jazz on Sunday” series featuring live jazz on eight separate weekends. 94-year-old Oakland native Josephine Lee...

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Kary Mullis, a chemist whose work with a pioneering Emeryville Biotech company awarded him a Nobel Prize, passed away last Wednesday at the age of 74. Mullis is credited with the groundbreaking invention of PCR...

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Wells Fargo celebrated the grand opening of its new Bridge Center branch on 40th street in Emeryville today. Bank leaders presented a $2,500 grant to the Emeryville Historical Society, a nonprofit that works to preserve...

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In our June, 2019 Emeryville Real Estate Report, we profile three City of Emeryville Below Market Rate (BMR) units that have recently hit the market. Meanwhile, a local news source is reporting that home sales...

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Both rents and home prices in Emeryville saw a decline in May. Real Estate sales were strong compared to May last year. Median Rents Drop Slightly Emeryville ranked as the seventh most expensive city to...

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The Emeryville Marina Liveboard community is an eclectic mix of travelers, enthusiasts, the frugal-minded — and the occasional family. One of those families are the Shanafelts, who stayed at the Emeryville Marina last summer aboard...

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An ABC license was recently filed for a “small beer manufacturer” at a vacant warehouse space on 65th Street (between Los Moles and Yuzu Ramen). “Wondrous Brewing Company” is a an effort by Head Brewer...

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The Alameda County Fire Department announced the sudden passing of one their own on Sunday. 14 year veteran Eric Mikel passed away while off duty last Monday, June 24th in Richmond. He was 48 years old. “Alameda County...

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A trio of stories from around the web with a focus on the area of our city bordering West Oakland. Community Foods Market, in the planning stage since 2010, finally opened to the West Oakland...

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Chris Edwards, the artist behind the popular Ghost Ship Memorial docked in Emery Bay, has passed away at the age of 32. “He passed peacefully in Hawaii,” noted his mother Sue Perkins in a communication...

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A vast majority of properties for sale in Emeryville are either condos or townhomes. In April, a rarity, two detached, single-family homes closed. The way these homes were priced, marketed and in the end, sold,...

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WeWork “soft-launched” their Emeryville office at the Emeryville Towers complex last month. They stepped in to take over the space from Regus, a competitor, who attempted a coworking office about two years ago. WeWork has rapidly expanded in...

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A few aggregated business stories from around the web relevant to Emeryville residents including Pirates Press, Hyatt Place Hotel, Petit Pot and Ford GoBike. French Dessert Company Petit Pot has picked Emeryville to expand their...

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Minnie Bell’s Soul Movement proprietor Fernay McPherson announced the official signing of a multi-year lease at a new Public Market stall recently. She hinted previously of her desire to stay put after the success of...

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