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Furnished Corporate Housing in Berkeley, Ca

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Berkeley California

Berkeley is in the East Bay area of San Francisco Bay and is home to the world famous university. There is more to this city than learning though with a burgeoning arts and culture movement, lots of small and startup businesses and a free-thinking attitude that lends itself well to innovation.

Berkeley is a small city, barely 100,000 people but thanks to the university, punches way above its weight. It is bordered by Oakland, Emeryville, Albany and Kensington with the bay to the west.

Education is at the heart of this city, with the university, research and supporting industries dominating the local economy.

Employment in Berkeley

Most people living and working in Berkeley will be directly or indirectly employed within education. As well as the university there are dozens of research institutes and laboratories within the city limits and numerous supporting industries too.

Major employers in Berkeley include University of California, Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Bayer, City of Berkeley, Siemens, Kaiser Permanente and Berkeley Bowl.

The medical center in Berkeley is the Alta Bates Summit Medical Center.

Getting around Berkeley

Flying into Berkeley you will likely use either Oakland International Airport (OAK), San Francisco International Airport (SFO) or San Jose International Airport (SJC). All are linked to Berkeley via road, bus or rail.

Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) serves Berkeley, as does Amtrak at Berkeley Station. There is also a local service for tourists and commuters.

Greyhound and AC Transit both run buses services into and out of Berkeley.

Berkeley is served by I-580, I-80 over Bay Bridge and numerous local routes.

Berkeley life

Berkeley has the usual mix of arts, culture and freedom as most university towns and then some. It’s a relaxed place to live with great shopping, dining and entertainment.

Neighborhoods of Berkeley include The Berkeley Hills, Central Berkeley, Claremont, Downtown Berkeley, Elmwood, North Berkeley, Northbrae, Northside, Panoramic Hill, South Berkeley, Southside, Thousand Oaks, The University of California, Berkeley campus, West Berkeley and Westbrae.

Things to see and do in Berkeley include Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California, Berkeley Visitor Center, Berkeley Marina and Pier, Berkeley Rose Garden, César Chávez Park, 924 Gilman, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Golden Gate Fields and Berkeley Flea Market.

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Berkeley, California