Downtown Alameda is a marvelous destination for shopping, dining, playing, relaxing, and socializing. The district is ever-changing with new places to discover on each visit. Help us welcome our newest businesses!
New Downtown Businesses:
Dose of Lashes, 1343 Park Street (inside We Are Hair)
Customized eyelash extensions.
Lashfab, 1421 Broadway
Quality eyelash services.
Made Pho You, 1245 Park Street
Trendy Vietnamese restaurant utilizing fresh ingredients and old family recipes in every dish.
New Style Salon, 1219 Park Street
Styling for men, women, and children. Walk-ins welcome.
The Cusack Group, 2310 Alameda Ave
Real estate matchmakers dedicated to refining the process of buying and selling homes in the East Bay.
Windermere Bay Area Properties, 1700 Park Street #220
Experts in all areas of real estate focused on creating thriving communities.
New Associate Members:
Admiral’s Cove by Greystar, 101 Singleton Ave
Luxury townhouse apartments with with easy access to entertainment and dining.
Bloom Innovations (Alameda NUG Shop), www.nug.com
Vertically integrated Cannabis company with state-of-the-art retail stores.
Coral Reef Inn, 400 Park Street
Family owned and operated hotel featuring well appointed rooms, a pool, private balconies, and lagoon views.
Edit One Productions, 2310 Clement Ave
Full service video production for commercials, corporate videos, live events, and more.
Jamestown Properties, 523 South Shore Center West
Open-air shopping destination featuring nationally known retailers, local businesses, and restaurants.
Tinker Bus, www.tinkerbus.com
Mobile maker space, classroom, and innovation lab for kids of all ages — on a remodeled school bus!
In the Works:
Dunkin’ Donuts, 2413 Clement Ave
Fire & Wings, 1620 Park Street
Holiday Inn Express, 1825 Park Street
Park Street Bar & Grill, 1511 Park Street
Spinning Bones, 1205 Park Street
Twelve 31 Eatery, 1231 Park Street
View more new businesses: https://downtownalameda.com/news/new-businesses-april-2019/
Do you have a new business in the works within the downtown district? Contact the Downtown Alameda Business Association at (510) 523-1392 or firstname.lastname@example.org.