Public Market In the News

With so many recent new purveyors opening and construction well underway for the greater redevelopment project, Public Market Emeryville has popped up in the news frequently. Click on the links below to hear what the buzz in the media has been these last several weeks.

“How a food hall, park and grocer add up to overhauled Emeryville mixed-use center”
by Katie Burke, San Francisco Business Times June 14, 2017

“The owners of Public Market Emeryville are recreating its food hall, expanding a nearby park and anchoring the project with a new grocery store. The goal is to transform the shopping center into a $110 million stop, park and visit destination.” Read the full story here >

“ULI Tours the Public Market in Emeryville”
by Nathaniel Hanson Urban Land Institute-SF June 28, 2017

“On Wednesday, May 17th, ULI held an event in a retail shell space at Public Market highlighting this unique project and the people who have been involved in bringing it to life… Mark Stefan, Co-Founder and President of City Center Realty Partners, Mark Stefan described what inspired him to take on the Public Market as a project.” Read the full blog here >

“Inca-Oriented Fusion”
by Anneli Rufus Oakland Magazine July 7, 2017

“Peruvian cuisine is colorful, assertive, creative, and fun. You might say all food is fun, but hey: Any cuisine that puts potato chips and french fries inside its sandwiches is the life of the party.” Read the full story here >

“The Bay Area Bites Guide to Ice Cream in Berkeley, Emeryville and Oakland”
by Shelby Pope KQED Blog June 13, 2017

“Every weekday around noon, Emeryville’s Public Market is flooded with crowds of hungry office workers, their key cards swinging from lanyards as they choose between ramen, sushi or sandwiches. Now, those hordes have a new option for dessert.” Read the full story here >

“An Ideal Lunch Break at Emeryville’s Paradita”
by Momo Chang East Bay Express June 7, 2017

“The small city of Emeryville, home to Ikea and Pixar, now has one of the East Bay’s most interesting food courts. One of the renovated Emeryville Public Market’s newest additions is Paradita Eatery — “little market” in Spanish — which serves modern Peruvian cuisine.” Read the full story here >