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In the Neighborhood

John Muir Health and UCSF Health announced that they will be opening their first joint medical center for primary care and specialty care in our region. ‘Berkeley Outpatient Center’ is expected to open in June...

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2018 got off to a rather slow start in regards to home sales. While the numbers for January remained steady year-to-year with four sales in 2017 and 2018, we saw significantly lower sales in February...

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This year, the annual “Shortest Tri Ever” was combined with the fledgling Day on the Bay event to draw crowds to our city’s picturesque Marina. An estimated two hundred community members turned out to participate,...

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On the heels of the opening of Minnie Bell’s Soul Food Movement (now open for dinner service by the way), The Emeryville Public Market Emeryville has announced two new barbecue concepts. Korean-inspired NabiQ and southern-style...

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Minnie Bell’s Soul Movement stealthy soft-opened today after announcing their intent to lease the former Nyum Bai stall earlier this month. While Public Market patrons have become accustomed to hearing news of a new stall...

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East Bay Express Restaurant Critic Janelle Bitker has been providing a fair amount of coverage of our little city lately. Last week she broke the news that Minnie Bell’s Soul Food would be replacing the...

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Although Public Market officials have cautioned that the lease has not officially been executed, East Bay Express restaurant critic Janelle Bitker has broken the news of the replacement tenant for the former Nyum Bai stall....

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A few news stories aggregated from around the web relevant to Emeryville residents in this month’s Emeryville Business digest. Wargaming America has announced it will shutter its Emeryville Office which employs 100. The global online game...

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C CASA Taqueria quietly soft-opened last Friday February 16th and held their grand opening on Tuesday. C CASA made the original announcement of their opening back in October of last year. C CASA’s much-praised cuisine...

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A year-to-year comparison of the Emeryville Real Estate market shows that overall sales stayed fairly steady. There was a slight uptick in sales and an increase of the median sales price. Average days on market...

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Emily Yang has always been a bit of a workout fanatic. She’s tried a bit of everything throughout the years including Spinning, Yoga, CrossFit, etc. She ended up falling in love with the Lagree Fitness...

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Owen Dockham is the founder of Live Oak Strength & Nutrition — a private, appointment-based, high-intensity training facility in Emeryville that promises clients better health and fitness in less than 30 minutes per week. Dockham...

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The Emeryville Community Garden at 59th and Doyle has been an oasis in the center of our town for decades. The popularity of the project has created a waiting list for a plot that often...

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Emeryville is a dense 1.2 square mile city with a cherished greenway and well-trafficked bike boulevard that runs the length of the city. We even recently received a silver designation by The League of American...

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With the Trump Administration signing their tax reform legislation just before Christmas, many current and future homeowners wonder what the impact on their tax bill and deductions will be. In a nutshell: Emeryville has a...

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Christmas was looking pretty bleak for E’ville Eye historical contributor Joey Enos and his family this season. Joey, his wife Anna and son Sammy were facing possible displacement amid our ongoing Housing Crisis if they...

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The butcher paper announcing a new business at the former E-22 Cafe space was first spotted by residents back in June. Proprietor Erik Hansen has spent the past sixth months building out the corner space at...

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Entering its sixth year, Giving Tuesday 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...

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20 homes were sold in Emeryville in October after a slow September where only 14 homes were sold. Homes sold over asking price by an average of 6.96%. Historically, Real Estate transactions start to taper off...

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We caught up with Alameda County Fire Division Chief David Winnacker, fresh off a recent deployment to help battle the Sonoma wildfires, for an exclusive Interview. Winnacker is a local boy from Berkeley who joined the...

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While we’re certain this is an incomplete list, a few Emeryville Companies stood out in their generous efforts to help those impacted by the recent North Bay wildfires. Trader Vic’s, Clif Bar, Peet’s Coffee and...

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If you’ve ever dreamed of seeing your child participate in competitive gymnastics, the road to the Olympics may very well begin in Emeryville. Head Over Heels Athletic Arts (HOH), has been training toddlers, children, teens,...

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Explaining the East Bay market to buyers, especially first time home buyers, can be challenging. Many listings are listed below value in the hope to create competition between buyers and to drive the price up....

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A five-time recipient of Michelin’s Bib Gourmand award, C CASA has chosen Emeryville for its initial expansion. C CASA, known for its inventive and fresh interpretation of the traditional taqueria, was among the first purveyors...

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