Our Mission

Emphasizing our historic and continuing commitment to Asian and Pacific Islander communities, EBALDC works with and for all the diverse populations of the East Bay to build healthy, vibrant and safe neighborhoods through community development.

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In the News

June 2019

Commercial Real Estate: Available and Upcoming Spaces as of June 2019

EBALDC is a licensed real estate broker in the State of California and thus responsible for complying with all Regulations from the California State Department of Real Estate governing marketing and leasing of real property. The CRE Department is responsible for leasing and management of commercial spaces owned and/or operated by EBALDC and/or its affiliates and partners (the “Owner”).  Several challenges and complexities are involved in managing commercial properties, including meeting financial goals, budgeting, complying with funding requirements, decreasing tenant turnover and vacancy rates, and maintaining the physical building structure. Although... Read more
June 2019

Innovative Programs by Geisinger Health and Kaiser Permanente Are Moving Providers in Unexplored Directions in Support of Proactive Clinical Care

From Dark Daily
These initiatives are a call-to-action for clinical laboratories to contribute their expertise in support of wellness programs Two of the largest healthcare systems in America are moving in non-traditional directions to proactively address certain healthcare populations. Most recently, Kaiser Permanente announced it will be investing millions of dollars to tackle homelessness and the disease outbreaks associated with it. The health system is even investing in a housing complex in Oakland, Calif., which it hopes will help patients in that area who face housing insecurity. Kaiser’s new direction mirrors a similar project by Geisinger Health designed... View article
June 2019

Crave BBQ chef opens Grammie’s Down-Home Chicken & Seafood in Oakland

From Berkeleyside
Last year, the local food media was buzzing when news emerged that Rashad Armstead, the chef behind Oakland pop-up Crave BBQ, was opening a brick-and-mortar restaurant at the historic California Hotel in West Oakland. It was to be a permanent place for Armstead to serve his smoked meats and Southern-style sides that first got attention from his pop-ups at the Ashby flea market in Berkeley and at a gas station parking lot in West Oakland. But Armstead was also excited to partner with the hotel’s owner, non-profit East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation... View article