Bay Street Emeryville is a large shopping mall in Emeryville, California. The US$400,000,000 mixed-used commercial center was conceptualized in 1999, and currently has 65 stores, 10 restaurants, a 16 screen movie theater, 230 room hotel, and 400 residential units with 1,000 residents. It is near several hotels, an IKEA store, Pixar Animation Studios, and three other shopping centers: East Bay Bridge Shopping Center, Emeryville Marketplace, and Powell Street Plaza.
The mall has the only LEED certified West Elm that also provides some of its own solar energy, with a grass roof to provide habitat for insects, and substantial use of sky lights to reduce energy use.
Temescal Creek runs spring water and Emeryville urban through the property in an channelized open culvert with concrete lining to the confluence with the bay at the Crescent wetlands. It is adjacent to Interstates 80 and 580 in addition to the Oakland-San Francisco Bay Bridge and the MacArthur Maze. It is across from the Emeryville Crescent State Marine Reserve.
Opening date 2005
Owner Madison Marquette
No. of stores and services 76
Total retail floor area 400,000 square feet (37,000 m2)
Parking 2,000 spaces
No. of floors 3