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Join the Oakland Public Library for the season one screening of The North Pole – the hit North Oakland based comedy about three friends attempting to stay rooted in their neighborhood while facing gentrification and global...

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Emeryville Artists Co-op profiled on HuffPost

January 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

Founded in 1973, The Emeryville Artists Co-op has structured itself as a non-profit, limited-equity housing cooperative and expanded to nearly 60 studios in three buildings over the years. It is considered “a national model for affordable...

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As someone who’s commuted down Mandela Parkway to Downtown Oakland via car & bike for over a decade and in fact lives one block from West Oakland, I can’t help but think “Oakland deserves better”....

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Cafe’s have been called the new urban social hubs and regardless if you partake in the daily ritual, I think most will agree that “the more the merrier” (Especially if they’re not the green mermaid...

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As the Sherwin Williams project wraps up its due-diligence period and transitions to its next stage of procuring entitlements, the reality of the impact of the development of the remediated paint factory is beginning to settle...

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Rick Holliday and Holliday Development, developers of our Emeryville Warehouse Lofts, is at it again after a four-year hiatus from E’ville. Holliday’s last Emeryville project was the 20-unit Blue Star Corner just prior to the 2008 real estate...

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Realtor responds to NOBE Controversy

January 11, 2013 | 4 Comments

I first heard the term NOBE (pronounced No’ bē) a few months ago through an Emeryville news alert for this article. The recently produced video below (since removed by its creators) and accompanying website produced by local Realtors declaring the geographic area as “NOBE” ticked...

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