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In the Neighborhood

The most common real estate question for many prospective buyers is anticipating when the market will “cool down”. When will it shift to a buyer’s market? In general, a couple of things point towards this...

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The City of Emeryville, The Emeryville Police and the Alameda County Fire Department held an Emergency Preparedness Fair last Saturday at Station 34 on Powell street. One of the purposes of the fair was to...

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Wareham’s nearly complete EmeryStation West (dubbed the East Bay ‘Transit Center’) has landed their first tenants. South San Francisco based Profusa has signed a ten-year lease to occupy 18,000 square feet or about half of...

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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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As a fitness junkie and frequent visitor of the Public Market, I’m stunned that my first time at Emeryville’s Orangetheory Fitness (OTF) is to write the article you are reading. OTF Emeryville opened in March 2017 and...

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The City of Emeryville held its first ever “Block Party” at Bay Street last Saturday. About 25 vendors posted up along the main artery of the Bay Street Shopping Center selling art, spreading awareness of...

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East Bay Therapeutics soft-opened our city’s first cannabis dispensary last month across from The Broken Rack Pool Hall on Peladeau Street. EBT beat out a large pool of applicants to nab one of Emeryville’s coveted...

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Emeryville Real Estate & Rental Report: July 2018

September 4, 2018 | 0 Comments

The Emeryville Real Estate market saw a dip in total sales, but a spike in median sales price. Part of this spike was driven by the rare sale of a single family home in our...

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The Alameda County Firefighters Local 55 announced the sad passing of one of their own today. Henry Lyman served with the Emeryville Fire Department from 1945-1979 and retired as Chief of the Department. “We are...

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Two finalists have emerged from a pool of submissions in a lengthly City of Emeryville Public Art selection process. Ned Kahn’s “Wind Jetty” and Pete Beeman’s “Emeryville Serpent” were chosen as final selections by the...

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Some great news for Emeryville residents bemoaning the absence of a good burger spot at The Public Market. San Francisco-based burger chain Super Duper Burgers has chosen the Public Market food hall for its latest...

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The E’ville Eye sat down with School Board Trustee Cruz Vargas to check the pulse of our school district and provide some reliable information to the public. Vargas was elected in 2016 and is the...

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Traditionally, the real estate market slows down in summer as people travel for vacation. Emeryville seems to be bucking that trend this year as home sales increased from May. The Average Days on Market (ADM)...

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Emeryville Public Market patrons and neighbors have likely noticed the construction activity behind the Market Hall and across from Pacific Park Plaza. The renovation of the long-anticipated Christie Avenue Park is well underway and will bring needed...

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The benefits of living on our Emeryville Marina include stunning sunsets, relatively reasonable rents and a community of folks from all walks of life and income levels. For some, it’s about frugality. For others it’s...

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If you’ve lived in Emeryville long enough, you’ve probably stumbled upon the monthly Porsche meetups on Harlan Street near the Pixar gate and wandered by to see what was going on. Chances are you were...

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Switzerland-based Novartis AG announced yesterday that it will shutter its infectious diseases unit at its Emeryville office and cut about 140 jobs. Novartis moved the operation from the Boston area to our city seven years...

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The housing shortage in California is real and there simply isn’t enough inventory to accommodate every home hunter. Many potential buyers are intimidated from entering the market when they continually see homes going way over...

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A 65-year-old Emeryville Marina Liveaboard took his own life last Friday at a bench overlooking the bay. Emeryville Police Chief Jennifer Tejada confirmed the sad news via email. “We did respond to what appears to...

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On a day when Emeryville’s Small Business Minimum Wage officially hit $15/hr., Navi Kitchen announced their closure at 5000 Adeline. Navi opened in the location barely a year ago amid much hype. “We are grateful...

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When all is said and done, Ken Bukowski will go down as one of the most colorful characters our city has ever seen. A six term, 24 year Council member and five-time Mayor, plaques with...

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With Summer upon us, now is the perfect time to scout out your family’s summertime swimming hole and plan a fitness regiment the whole family can afford. The value of the Emeryville Center of Community...

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The ongoing debate of disposable and one-time use products is getting more attention these days. Some local municipalities like neighboring Berkeley are looking to curb use by banning single-use straws and adding a surcharge to...

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Emeryville residents and commuters noticed a peculiar billboard along Shellmound on Thursday morning that might have caused a double-take. A 1-800-GOT-JUNK billboard that previously read “We Make Junk Disappear” was manipulated overnight to read “We...

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