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81 Durant Ave - Entire Building Broadmoor, San Leandro, CA skylights
Aug 12
For Sale Retail
511 Estudillo Ave - Entire Building Downtown San Leandro, San Leandro, CA  
Jun 29
For Sale Office
1791 8th St - Entire Building South Prescott, Oakland, CA HVAC
May 20
For Sale Mixed Use Office
1805 Eastshore Hwy - Entire Building West Berkeley, Berkeley, CA mezzanine space 6,245 sqft
May 19
For Sale Industrial Office Retail
303 4th St - Space Produce and Waterfront, Oakland, CA  
May 16
For Sale Live/Work
1259 Pine St - Floor 1 Prescott, Oakland, CA one bedroom
May 16
For Sale Live/Work
338 Jackson St - Entire Building Burbank, Hayward, CA commission split: 3%
Apr 19
For Sale Office Retail
21460 Foothill Blvd - Space North Hayward, Hayward, CA restrooms
Apr 15
For Sale Office
3845 Beacon Ave - Entire Building Central-Downtown Fremont, Fremont, CA  
Apr 03
For Sale Office Medical


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Alameda County Office & Commercial Space

The 7th most populated county in the state of California, Alameda County hosts approximately 1.5 million residents. Thanks to the relatively close proximity of major metropolitan centers, such as San Francisco and Oakland, residents of Alameda County can enjoy a variety of economic and cultural opportunities, all of which have helped transform this particular region into a highly attractive location for business owners and entrepreneurs. Rental properties for lease in Alameda County, including office space for rent and commercial space for rent, may prove to be a powerful platform on which thriving commercial enterprises can be established. The countless neighborhood zones located throughout the county are currently home to a wide array of retail shops, manufacturing centers, office complexes and other businesses.

Alameda County Economic Overview

On average, the household income of Alameda County’s population is approximately $70,000, slightly above state averages. Some of the more common occupations for residents of the area include positions in industries such as education, health care, scientific and technical services, as well as administrative support. The vast majority of employed individuals here work within privately held companies. Although the 2008 financial crisis significantly impacted both the state-level and regional economy, the well-diversified nature of Alameda County’s business infrastructure has helped the area sustain much of its vibrance and allure. The area also hosts several higher education institutions, all of which are significant employers. Some of the more prosperous and wealthy cities in Alameda County include Piedmont, Dublin and Pleasanton, among others.

Alameda County At A Glance

Alameda County was first formed in 1853 when land from Contra Costa County was allocated to this newly established region. Originally, Alameda County was primarily considered a “trolley car suburb” of San Francisco, with many of the professionals employed within this larger urban center establishing households throughout the more affordable communities here. Thanks to this influx of migrants, Alameda County was able to quickly develop and, ultimately, flourish. Today, Alameda County features an extensive array of cultural, historical and sporting attractions, including the Oakland Museum of California and three professional sports teams.

Where to Lease in Alameda County

Thanks to a large population and well-developed local economy, the majority of the cities located throughout Alameda County offer business owners the opportunity and ability to develop a sustainable enterprise. The wealthier communities in the county may prove to be ideal for business owners hoping to establish a retail or consumer-driven business.

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