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About Alameda

Home to the 2nd oldest and 2nd longest (think 5km long) Fourth of July Parade, Alameda loves to party on an annual basis with homemade floats, classic cars, fire-breathing dragons, marching bands and plenty of grinning people. A city perched on Alameda Island in the county of the same name; Alameda sits south of Oakland and east of San Francisco, across the San Francisco Bay. It's where you will find the Oakland International Airport and about 79,928 residents running around. This is a destination for those into wind and kite surfing or for those who love anything to do with boats and the navy. There is a museum ship, the aircraft carrier USS Hornet that you can poke your nose around or if you prefer to stay on land, Alameda is known for its Victorian houses of which it has more than any other city in the Bay area. The Historic Park Street Business District is literally cloaked in buildings dating back to the 1800s and there are plenty of cafes, restaurants and shops to keep everyone entertained. Coworking venues have popped up in the city's streets catering to its innovative locals, as well as any tourists that may need to get some work done.

The city is home to the official offices and training grounds of the Oakland Raiders American football team, plus it's where you will find a cluster of artisan wineries, breweries, distilleries and tasting rooms in the street known as "Spirits Alley", if you like to indulge in a bit of alcoholic nonsense.

California actually produces more tech PhDs per year than any other region in the country and the California Institute of Technology generates more patents and startups than any other university. It has a growing new generation of tech innovators, a varied ecosystem and diverse influences that lead to innovation. With many graduates wanting to stay on their own home-turf, coworking venues have become the playground and the hangout for these out-of-the-box thinkers where they can get support, mingle with a likeminded community and get their stuff done.