# Liquor license
Alameda County liquor license for sale
(Buddhika Weerasinghe / Getty Images) (ALAMEDA COUNTY, Calif.) A type 21 liquor license is up for auction in Alameda County until the end of the week and currently has no bids.
ALCO liquor license auction starting at $60K
(David Becker / Getty Images for Nightclub & Bar Media Group) (ALAMEDA COUNTY, Calif.) A liquor license for Alameda County is up for auction starting at $60,000. The license, which is valid throughout the county, is for a restaurant, tavern, bar or nightclub. This license allows for both the sale of on-site liquor and off-site sales.
Only two days left to bid on on-site, off-site liquor license in ALCO
(David Becker / Getty Images for Nightclub & Bar Media Group) (ALAMEDA COUNTY, Calif.) There are two days left to bid or purchase the Type 47 Alameda County liquor license available on auction.
Three days left to bid on the Type 47 liquor license in ALCO
(Jon Kopaloff / Getty Images for Belvedere Vodka) (ALAMEDA COUNTY, Calif.) Interested parties have just over three days left to place a bid on the Type 47 liquor license for a restaurant in Alameda County.
Village of Cross Keys revitalization includes marketplace liquor license, 350-unit luxury apartment building
(Village of Cross Keys/Instagram) (BALTIMORE) State lawmakers are considering a new liquor license proposal for the Village of Cross Keys community. While no traditional market or food hall exists in the community, the license is an effort to simplify the process for new restaurants to move into the area, Arsh Mirmiran, a principal for Caves Valley Partners, which owns the retail and residential development, told the Baltimore Business Journal.