Dennis Evanosky  Cost Plus World Market has signed a lease to occupy this building on Marina Village Parkway.

Retailer Relocating HQ to Marina Village

Jan 22,2016

Cost Plus expected to complete move late this year

Home decor company Cost Plus World Market announced last week that it signed a lease with Brookfield Property Partners for 107,000 square feet of office space at 1201 Marina Village Parkway. 

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Planning Board Considers Major Projects Monday

Jan 21,2016

Alameda residents will be able to review Master Plans for two Alameda developments for the first time at the Planning Board meeting this Monday, Jan. 25, at City Hall. The Planning Board will review plans for both the Block 10 area within Alameda Point’s Site A project and Encinal Terminals.

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Dennis Evanosky  Buildings along Clement Avenue that once housed the Pacific Bridge Co. are being demolished this week to make room for a new condominium complex.

Demolition Will Erase History

Jan 21,2016

The workers pictured above have been busy this week taking down a set of non-descript graffiti-ridden buildings at 2100 Clement Ave. They are making way for a condominium complex.

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Marina Paves Way for Redo

Jan 21,2016

Bill Poland is the majority owner of Pacific Shops Inc. (PSI) that leases the land from the city where the Alameda Marina stands. He is moving forward with his plans to redevelop the site. 

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Richard Bangert Photo. Alameda Point’s resident harbor seals could have a new home designed just for them as early as April.

Harbor Seals’ Dock, Depot Plans on Track

Jan 07,2016

The Water Emergency Transportation Authority (WETA) is aiming for the delivery of a new dock for harbor seals at Alameda Point as early as April, ahead of the start of construction of its new ferry maintenance facility this summer.

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City of Alameda - Roofs on new buildings planned for Alameda Point will be able to handle solar panels. It remains unclear whether the panels will be installed.

Rooftop Solar Panels Uncertain at Point

May 14,2015

More than 24 new residential and commercial buildings are proposed for construction at the 68-acre Site A project at Alameda Point, which was approved unanimously by the Planning Board Monday. All the buildings will be solar ready.

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