Emeryville Real Estate For Sale

Emeryville CA is a town of a little over 10,000 residents, and is located in Alameda County near Highways 80 and 580, and is just at the foot of  the S.F. Bay Bridge. It is bordered by Oakland to the south, and Berkeley to the north. The beautiful San Francisco Bay views are free. [More about Emeryville...]


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Emeryville is a centrally located, bustling mecca for shoppers and urban dwellers. It has been newly invigorated and reconceived in the last 10-15 years, with the development of retail and residential developments such as the very vital and attractive mixed use Bay Street Shopping Centerand the every popular Ikea store. Additionally, it is the home of entertainment giant Pixar, plus Novartis, Bayer, and Leap Frog to mention just a few companies that have settled in.  

This town has been through many incarnations and has a fascinating history.

Prior to being colonized by Spain in 1776, Emeryville and the surrounding area was the site of extensive Native American settlements. The area was rich with resources including mudflats and rocky terrain that provided clams and oysters for the indigenous people who lived here. It was the disposal of the clam and oyster shells, by the Ohlone, in one particular location, that created the Emeryville shellmound.

During the Spanish and Mexican era (1760's-1840's), the handling of cattle became the main industry in town. This industry continued to heavily dominate well into the American era (1840's-1890's)

Emeryville was named after Joseph Stickney Emery, who came to Emeryville during the gold rush, and acquired large tracts of land that became known as "Emery's" In the late 19th century a large park was built around the shellmound, including two dance floors, one on top of shellmound. Emeryville was known for it's gambling houses and bordellos, as well as its thriving industrial sector.
By the 1990's the old Sante Fe and Key system yard tracts were turned into shopping and residential units, as was shellmound corridor.

By 2001 Bay Street Shopping Center was built on the former site of an Ohlone village and burial ground.  This Center is an excellent example of the future of most cities of smaller size, with its powerful mixed use format.  It houses 65 upscale stores, 10 restaurants, 16 motion picture screens, and 400 residential units..[ Back to top of Emeryville page]    

A number of small shopping centers and restaurants make a popular draw for local as well as adjacent cities.

It appears that  Emeryville is a city that just keeps growing.  Whether you are looking for the many handsome condominiums, or smaller homes in the area, there is a home that will fit your needs.  





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Listing information last updated on December 16th, 2017 at 6:02pm PST.