Downtown Alameda Welcomes New Businesses


Downtown Alameda is ever-changing when it comes to dining, learning, playing, relaxing or working. New possibilities are created each month as entrepreneurs find opportunities to open new businesses or find new locations as their businesses expand.

The Downtown Alameda Business Association welcomes its newest members.

New Downtown Businesses
• Acanthus Architecture & Design (1516 Oak St. No. 108) Design of historically inspired custom 
• Lush Eye Bar (2447 Santa Clara Ave. No. 103) Eyelash extensions and maintenance.
• The Park Street Tavern (1901 Park St. in former Gold Coast Grill location) Central Mediterranean casual fine dining restaurant and bar.
• Utzutzu (1428 Park St. in former Yume location Okimari-style sushi bar.

New Locations
• MacKenzie Stuart, MA, MFT, 2329 Santa Clara Ave., Suite No. 202
• Tyler Sack, Educational Therapist, 2447 Santa Clara Ave. No. 305

New Owners
• Progressive Education Center (1361 Park St. No. 210)
• Tucker’s Ice Cream (1349 Park St.)

New Associate Members
• Anchor Alameda Association for Art and Film (service in Alameda) Fostering arts activity in the city, including the Alameda International Film Festival.
• Dragon Rouge (2337 Blanding Ave.) Waterfront Vietnamese bistro, lounge and nightclub. 
• LimeBike (service in Alameda) Dock-free bike-share program.
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About Downtown Alameda
Discover great food and drink establishments, charming shops, friendly services and fun things to do in Downtown Alameda. With the support of member businesses across the Island, the Downtown Alameda Business Association works hard year-round to promote a healthy retail and service climate as well as a district that is clean, green and safe. When businesses thrive, the entire community benefits. 

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