The General
Cable Building

The Heart of Emeryville – Everything

The General Cable Building at 62nd and Hollis Streets in central Emeryville offers a wide array of convenient options within a short walk.

With world-class research centers and entrepreneurial energy, Emeryville is a center of science and innovation. It also boasts a thriving arts community, a diverse culinary scene and varied shopping and entertainment options.

Start your day with coffee and breakfast in the building at Ruby’s Cafe, a neighborhood favorite for over two decades. Stroll through the adjacent park, with playgrounds and an amphitheater. Browse an art gallery or studio.

Explore the Bay Street Mall or Emeryville Public Market. Dig into the community organic garden. Climb at Berkeley Ironworks Gym. Recharge at Townhouse Bar and Grill, an Emeryville institution for 100 years – or dozens of other restaurants, cafes and bars in the neighborhood.

In Emeryville, one of the premier walking and biking communities in the country, transportation is integrated, cars are optional and anything’s possible.

Ride the beautiful SF Bay waterfront trail. Hop on the free local Emery Go-Round shuttle. Catch the daily Amtrak to Sacramento or to ski. The opportunities are endless.

Welcome to a community that celebrates the best of urban living. Choose your adventure.

Highlights of the Area:

  • Easy access from all major public transportation and freeways
  • Free Emery Go-Round shuttle to and from BART and all around Emeryville
  • Amtrak Intermodal Transit Center for easy commutes between Sacramento and San Jose on Capitol Corridor Route
  • Bike parking, bike share, and bike repair stations
  • Popular restaurants: Bureau 510, Summer Summer, Ruby’s Café, Polaris Café, Branch Line Bar
  • Walkable to or a quick free shuttle hop to the restaurants, shopping, hospitality, and entertainment at Public Market, Powell Street Plaza and Bay Street


  • Emeryville Greenway (connects to Berkeley 9th Street Bike Blvd, Emeryville Horton Street Bike Boulevard, Oakland Mandela Parkway)
  • SF Bay Trail (connects to Richmond Inner Harbor, ferry service)
  • Bay Bridge Trail (to Treasure Island, SF connections)

Emery Go-Round: Free, reliable shuttle service throughout Emeryville, including BART and West Berkeley

Amtrak Station: Capitol Corridor trains from San Jose to Sacramento; daily service to the Sierra Nevadas, Denver and Chicago

Doyle Hollis Park: Across from General Cable Building – public events, lawn, trees, multiple kids play structures, basketball hoop

Compound Gallery: Art exhibits, print shop, and more

Shopping: Berkeley Bowl, IKEA, Bay Street Mall, Emeryville Public Market