Bayside Park - Emeryville, CA - Exterior


Bayside Park is a senior assisted living facility in Emeryville, Calif., that offers elder care services for Berkeley, Oakland and East Bay Area seniors. Our elderly care facility is located near San Francisco and is easily accessible via public transportation. We are not just a nursing home; we are a vibrant senior community. Our senior housing accommodations include studio, one-bedroom or shared apartments.

All of our senior independent living community residents are active contributors, and the assisted living care and senior homes foster independent living for seniors, while our memory care facility also helps senior citizens living with dementia and Alzheimer's disease. Other senior care services at our retirement home include incontinence care and medication management.

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Property Info

  • Licensed Capacity: 175
  • Emergency Services: Less than 1 Miles
  • Shopping: Less than 1 Mile
  • Recreation: Less than 1 Mile
  • Minimum Age: 60
  • Resident Capacity: 175
  • State License #: 15601452
  • Private Units
  • Studio Apartments
  • 1-Bedroom Units
  • Emergency Call System
  • 24-Hour Staffing
  • Beauty/Barber Shop
  • Education Center
  • Therapy Pool
  • Art Studio
  • Rooftop Garden


  • Full-Time Activity Director
  • Educational Opportunities
  • Exercise Programs


  • Outside Patio/Gardens
  • Computer/Internet Access
  • Cable/Satellite TV
  • Pet Policy: Pets allowed after assessment


  • Medication Management
  • Transportation to Appointments
  • Other Transportation Provided
  • Housekeeping
  • Assistance with Activities of Daily Living


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    Bayside Park is a beautiful community in Emeryville, CA. Convenient location to shopping and restaurants.
    The facility is clean and well cared for. The staff is very friendly and communicate well with visitors and residents. The activities staff have a great attitude on introducing residents to programs and activities that are both interesting and beneficial. For example, they are in discussions to acquire low vision equipment to help low vision residents read in the library.

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