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In the Neighborhood

Scarlet City Espresso announced the closure of their Adeline Street cafe on Sunday. “We are so grateful for the support of the community that welcomed us upon arrival and grew up around us,” they noted in...

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Decathlon will open their doors of their flagship Emeryville store to the public on Friday after first announcing their lease last October. The past few months has been frenzied as they renovate the former Toys”R”Us...

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January posted the lowest median list price in Emeryville in over a year at just $419,500. Numbers were a bit higher in February though with more two bedroom condos and townhomes hitting the market. Finding a...

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There has been persistent online ‘chatter’ about a possible replacement tenant at the former New Seasons Market (NSM) space at the Public Market for the past several months. The space has sat vacant for over...

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West Oakland Filmmaker Serginho Roosblad is ready to showcase his documentary film on the MacArthur Maze freeway interchange appropriately titled ‘The Maze”. The film premiered at the San Francisco Urban Film Fest late last year and...

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In honor of this year’s International Women’s Day, culinary incubator ‘La Cocina’ hosted a weeklong series of gourmet dinners crafted and served by beloved Bay Area restaurateurs, winemakers, and mixologists. From March 3-9, La Cocina...

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A few updates at the Bay Street Emeryville Shopping Center since our last update back in September including the addition of an Xfinity Store, a Nigerian clothing store and a new VR gaming concept. GRAND OPENING:...

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Super Duper Burger is set to finally open their doors to the Emeryville community after first announcing their intent back in August. Locals that have longed for a quality burger establishment at the renovated Food...

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Public Market Emeryville’s tagline is “travel the world one bite at a time” which captures their ambitions of having a selection of purveyors from across the globe. Their food court currently contains representatives of at...

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One of the most telling data points of 2018 might be Average Days on Market (ADM). 2018 began at a mere 10 ADM in January but ended up at 35 ADM by December. Clearly there...

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The Pacific Pipe Company building on the corner West Grand and Mandela Parkway may finally be getting a tenant after decades of vacancy and blight. Touchstone Climbing announced on their blog plans to restore and convert the...

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KQED Arts reporter Sam Lefebvre penned a recent story covering Emeryville’s selection of Orton Development Inc. as the private partner for the long anticipated Emeryville Arts Center. The selection of Orton was not without some...

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Your next vacation could be literally steps away as Emeryville’s own Amtrak Station marks the beginning of the historic California Zephyr route. The trip is considered one of the most scenic rail trips in North...

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Raider’s running back and Oakland native Marshawn Lynch announced he’d be taking over the former Scend’s spot on San Pablo Ave and opening ‘Rob Ben’s’ back in July, 2017. News has been quiet since this announcement...

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The Zentner Collection, a purveyor of fine asian antiques, has been an Emeryville family-run business for nearly thirty years. While Emeryville has changed dramatically over this span, their love of asian art and family has...

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Single family homes in Emeryville are a very desired commodity. In October, Emeryville saw two sales of single family homes which is rarity. 5855 Vallejo Street listed for $749,000 and sold for $950,000 within 13...

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Entering its seventh year, #GivingTuesday is a global day of giving founded by 92T.org and fueled by the power of social media and collaboration. #GivingTuesday is celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving following the more...

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KTVU Channel 2 reporter Leigh Martinez captured a heartwarming story of compassion and volunteerism by our youth that needs to be shared. Student volunteers of the Oakland School for the Arts (OSA) public charter school...

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Pizza Amigos officially took over the former Navi Kitchen space at 5000 Adeline Street back on October 18th. Pizza Amigos offers a more “American” style take on pizza compared to Navi’s gourmet, “Cali-Indian” interpretation. After...

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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 rates and volatility in the...

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For decades, The Broken Rack has been Emeryville’s go-to spot for catching a game, enjoying happy hour with one’s coworkers and of course shooting a game of pool. For those that wanted a more tranquil...

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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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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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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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