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Type: Studio Condominium
Year Built: 1973
Once upon a time, Emeryville was an industrial city teetering on the brink of becoming a mini-Rust Belt. Even as recently as the 1950s, Emeryville was a tough town, an amalgam of the Wild West and gritty factories.
Not any more.
In recent years, Emeryville has burst onto the scene as the hot, post-industrial place to live and work — and with good reason. Set along the waterfront, at the foot of the Bay Bridge, the city has a temperate climate, first-class retail shopping, entertainment venues, thriving businesses, and a world-class setting, providing an amazingly high quality of life for its residents.
Emeryville’s real estate and housing choices are as diverse as its population. Whether it’s a modern townhouse complex, a waterfront high-rise condominium, a live/work artist’s loft, or a quaint Victorian style home, Emeryville has something to offer every lifestyle.
People flock to Emeryville from all over the Bay Area to work and play. Retail magnets include IKEA, the Bay Street shopping area, the Public Market, two theaters, Trader Joe’s grocery store, Home Depot and several major big-box retailers. Some of the city’s largest employers are Pixar and Novartis.
Emeryville is easily accessible from Interstate 80 and 580, and is just a short hop over the Bay Bridge from San Francisco. This little city also offers free local transportation via a mini-bus system, called the Emery-Go-Round, that services all of the commercial areas as well as the nearby MacArthur BART station in Oakland.