Market Information


Welcome to Alameda...We have top-tier business parks and retail centers, as well as opportunity sites to bring quality development to our City.

We are proud to showcase our quality of life and our community-minded, hometown charm: beautiful tree-lined streets, good public schools in safe and walkable neighborhoods, historic main street retail districts, and a friendliness and warmth virtually unequaled in the Bay Area.

This page includes a summary of Alameda real estate and demographics, as well as links to resources with more detailed market information.

Real Estate 

Business Parks

  • Marina Village – 1.2 million sq. ft. of multi-tenant office, R&D and high tech facilities in top-rated business park; wide range of space options available with beautiful views of the estuary and East Bay hills.
  • Harbor Bay Business Park – 1.8 million sq. ft. with more than 40 acres of fully entitled land available for immediate development on the waterfront and only minutes from the Oakland International Airport.
  • Alameda Point (former Naval Air Station) – for lease and major development opportunities available on 852
  • acres of prime real estate with stunning views of the Bay and the San Francisco skyline.
  • Alameda Landing – Planned development of up

Retail Centers


  • South Shore Shopping Center – 594,000 sq. ft., open air shopping center: Safeway, Trader Joes, Bed Bath and Beyond, Old Navy, Kohls, and other retailers and eateries.
  • Alameda Landing – 285,000 sq. ft. shopping center: Target, Safeway, Michael’s, In-N-Out Burger, and and a variety of restaurants.


  • Bridgeside Shopping Center – 105,000 sq. ft., Nob Hill and additional neighborhood shopping.
  • Marina Village Shopping Center – 127,000 sq. ft., Lucky’s, CVS.
  • Harbor Bay Landing – 114,800 sq. ft., Safeway, general retail and restaurants.


  • Park Street Business District – 356,000 sq. ft., restored art deco movie palace and vibrant evening scene with a variety of eating establishments.
  • West Alameda Business District – 205,000 sq. ft., locally owned restaurants and cafes.
  • Neighborhood “Station” Districts – 17 charming retail clusters nestled in Alameda’s residential neighborhoods, mostly around historic street car stations.


  • Total estimated population: 78,863 
  • Male: 49%
  • Female: 51%
  • Median Age: 40.8
  • Average Household Income: $112,068
  • Median Household Income: $83,048

Sources: California Department of Finance, 2018; 2016 American Community Survey

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