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Local Businesses

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 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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The Bay Street shopping center saw a few retailers open and close over the past few months. Among the three businesses that have changed hands, two of the new stores are local brands. Bay Street’s...

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The SF Business Times released its list of the top 25 “Inner” East Bay Tech Companies ranked by the number of employees. Emeryville claimed six of the spots including the number one and four of...

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If you notice folks leaving Pixar a bit later than usual, then it can only mean one thing: deadlines! The local Animation studio kicked off the countdown to the June 15 release of its 2004...

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Just in time for another Warriors playoff run, a new sports bar is coming to Emeryville’s Triangle neighborhood. Just as exciting is that they will be incorporating the innovative Filipino influenced bar fare of Likha...

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Ten year old Farmscape is the largest urban farming venture in the country with some of their biggest projects right here in the Bay Area. Projects that include The Garden at AT&T Park, Levi’s Stadium and...

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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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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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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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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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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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