Alameda Point 

Drinking to history.

Spreading across 1,150 acres west of the Alameda Ferry Terminal, Alameda Point occupies what was once Naval Air Station Alameda. Commissioned in 1940, the Navy base operated until 1997, and the City of Alameda purchased the land in 2006. It's been in…

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