Do You Think You Know Fremont? Think Again.
Whatever you may think you know about Fremont, chances are you don’t have the whole picture. Or maybe even half the picture. That’s the message in an eye-opening promotional video recently released by the City of Fremont’s Economic Development Department.
Many people think of Fremont as a sleepy bedroom community in southern Alameda County. And that may well have been true a decade or so ago.
But today, Fremont is one of the most dynamic — and desirable — cities not only in the Bay Area, but also in the entire state!
Educated, Affluent and Inventive
Fremont is presently the 4th largest city in the Bay Area and 15th largest in the state with a population of 214,000. More than 40% of Fremont’s residents are foreign born, making the city one of the most exciting, culturally diverse, urban areas in California.
Here are more key facts about Fremont that you may not know:
• 49% of residents have bachelor’s, post-graduate or professional degrees
• The average annual household income is $123,000
• The median home price in 2010 was more than $654,000
• The trade area population swells to nearly 400,000 people — making Fremont a great place to do business
• The Daily Beast/Newsweek voted Fremont the “2nd Most Inventive City in America” — with 2,200 patents awarded in 2010
Fremont Business Park — in the Heart of Fremont
Fremont Business Park at Christy Street continues to be one of most popular places to run a business in Fremont. Located just off I-880 at the Auto Mall Parkway exit, Fremont Business Park is steps from the Pacific Commons shopping center and the vibrant new entertainment and shopping district called The Block.
Fremont Business Park also puts you on the threshold of Silicon Valley — minutes from the major high technology companies located there, on the Peninsula or throughout the East Bay. You simply can’t find a better place for business.
The three-building complex has suites from as small as 400 sq. ft. to as large as 6,000 sq. ft. or more — to suit the requirements of companies of all sizes. You also enjoy amenities such as a well-equipped common conference room, exercise gym with showers, the fastest fiber optic Internet service in Fremont — which is exclusive to Fremont Business Park users, formal tiled entries, secure electronic entries, and more.
See for Yourself
Spring is here — the season for renewal — so perhaps it’s time for you to take a fresh look at Fremont. Whether you run a business or are a real estate broker searching for the ideal location for your clients, you owe it to yourself to take the short drive to one of the Bay Area’s best-kept secrets: Fremont Business Park. For more information or to arrange a tour, e-mail Lee Jatta, or call him at (408) 453-4700 x140.