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Rochdale Village
2424 Haste St, Berkeley, CA 94704
The Rochdale Village is one of three apartment complexes in the University of California at Berkeley's cooperativeMore housing system, which has a mission to provide affordable housing to students in democratically run housing complexes. The Rochdale Village houses 259 students in 96 units.
Minuteman Press
1101 5th St, Berkeley, CA 94710
This business communications company provides all the products and services needed to get messages to employees, vendorsMore and clients. Products include booklets, brochures, business cards, calendars, post cards, wedding invitations and rubber stamps. The Press also offers complete mailing services and mailing lists at affordable prices. The office is located at the head of Fifth Street in Berkeley's University Village district.
Epifani Restorations
1216 5th St, Berkeley, CA 94710
This automotive servicing company specializes in restoring old Italian race cars such as Ferrari and Testerossa. TheMore garage is located just north of Gilman Street in Berkeley's University Village district. Call for a quote, or visit the website for detailed information.
Classic Autobody
1239 5th St, Berkeley, CA 94710
This automotive servicing company specializes in body work and collision damage repair. The space is clean and veryMore well-organized. The technicians are competent and professional. A statistical study has shown that this company's fees for body work are three percent less than average. The shop is conveniently located in Berkeley's University Village district and insurance is welcome. 
Venezia
1799 University Ave, Berkeley, CA 94703
This locally-owned Bay Area green business is an Italian restaurant in which diners can feast in a reproduction of anMore Italian village, complete with clothes lines and working fountain. Chef-owner Cindy Deetz offers a three course, prix-fixe menu on weeknights in addition to its regular a la carte menu. The restaurant hosts live opera bi-monthly.
Mary Law Pottery
1421 5th St, Berkeley, CA 94710
This home-based business makes and sells one-of-a-kind pottery products such as vases, planters and kitchenware. TheMore artist specializes in functional and decorative pots, primarily for food and flowers. The studio is located in Berkeley's University Village district. Call for more information, or visit the website to view samples of her work.
North Face Outlet
1238 5th St, Berkeley, CA 94710
This sporting goods outlet carries a broad selection of quality outdoor items like canvas tents, waterproof jackets,More sturdy backpacks, protective goggles and thermal snow gear. The company advertises a lifetime warranty on most merchandise. The impressive inventory features many different colors, sizes and styles for men, women and kids. The store is located in Berkeley's University Village district.
UC-Berkeley Residential and Student Service Programs
100 Sproul Hall, Berkeley, CA 94720
This office oversees campus living and dining options at UC-Berkeley. The university can house only a small portion ofMore its 35,000 students so if you want campus housing it's important to apply as soon as you are admitted. Most of the roughly 6,000 dorm spaces are predominantly for lower-division students. There are 226 beds in the Channing apartments for upper-division students, and about 250 more in the Manville and Ida Jackson graduate and law-school housing complexes. Some dorm floors operate as theme houses. For student heads of household, the Smith-Fernwald and Albany Village complexes offer housing for about 1,000 families. For student and faculty families, the school offers about 280 child-care spaces in several locations. The university operates four all-you-can-eat dining commons near the dorms for students and staff. The office also provides rental listings for private off-campus housing, as well as help and advice for students who have never rented a place of their own before. Some of the dorms operate as budget hotels during the summer, a great way to visit the Bay Area at a low price.