Diridon Planning Area, San José, Auzerais Avenue, Salvatore Caruso Design Corporation, Diridon Train Station, SAP Center, Planning Commission, City Council

Small but Promising, 130-Unit Residential Development in the Works for Downtown San José

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By Meghan Hall A new residential project is moving forward on the outskirts of the Diridon Planning Area in downtown San José on Auzerais Avenue after the city released an...
Menlo Park, City of Menlo Park, Tarlton Properties, Menlo Parks Lab, Bay Area, San Mateo, Santa Clara, San Diego, Illumina, Foster City, Merck & Co, Intersect ENT, AtheroMed, Stanford University, Stanford Health Care, Stanford Institute

Menlo Park Labs Looks to Add 260,000 SQFT to Bustling Bay Area Campus

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By Meghan Hall For the first time in nearly 30 years, Menlo Park-based developer Tarlton Properties is expanding its Menlo Parks Lab office park. The expansion will be located at...
Terreno Realty Corporation, San Francisco, Dogpatch, Central Waterfront, Los Angeles, New Jersey, New York City, Bay Area, Seattle, Miami, Washington D.C.

Grosvenor Report Sees Significant Impact of Aging Population in Urban Centers

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By Michele Chandler While there’s much emphasis today on building housing for working-age people and younger families, a new report says a rising worldwide tide of older residents could impact...
Fremont, San Francisco, Cushman & Wakefield, Saratoga Group, Roseville, Pleasanton, Nuvera Homes, East Bay, Silicon Valley,

Rare Fremont Lot Slated for 16 Homes up for Sale

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 By Jon Peterson As the housing affordability continues to be an acute problem in the region, sales of land for additional housing show that interest in building homes in the...
Republic Urban Properties, San Jose, Evergreen Valley College, PD Rezoning, San Jose – Evergreen Community College District

Cityview Plaza Expansion Plans 250 Residential Units to Commercial Corridor of San José

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By Meghan Hall The City of San José gave Bay Area-based developer Equus Partners the green light to begin an environmental impact report for the developer’s proposed 24-story residential tower...
NAIOP, Associated General Contractors of America, San Francisco, Greater Bay Area, Potential Change Order Log, BCCI Construction Company

Taking The Burn Out Of Escalating Construction Costs

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By Adam Felson The cost to build commercial office space is not getting any cheaper thanks to material increases, labor shortages and the demand of our vibrant market. NAIOP reported 8...
Good2Go, San Francisco, “Smart City” technology, Mission District, East Bay , South Bay, Bay Area, Philadelphia, New Orleans, London, Paris, Transwestern

Transwestern Startup Stories: Fran Heller CEO & Pete Gualfetti (Head of Construction)—Good2Go

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By Jack Seymour Good2Go is a subscription-based app that connects public users to a network of available restrooms throughout San Francisco. Through proprietary hands-free design and technology, they not only...
Menlo Park, Facebook, Willow Road, Hamilton Avenue, Menlo Science and Technology Park, San Francisco Foundation, Facebook’s Catalyst Housing Fund, Mid-Peninsula High School, Pacific Biosciences, Dumbarton Corridor

Facebook Advances its Plans for 1,500 Housing Units in Menlo Park

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By Michele Chandler Talk about the consummate employee benefit: Menlo Park-based Facebook is closer to offering housing, as the social networking company’s workforce in Silicon Valley grows. Facebook, which started the...
SVN International Corp., PNC, Miles & Stockbridge, KeyBank, JLL, Deloitte, Camden, Bozzuto, CREW, CBRE, YouTube, Avison Young

CREW Study Indicates Diversity and Business Success Are Linked

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By Meghan Hall A new white paper recently released by the Commercial Real Estate Women’s (CREW) Network, a leading producer of research on women in commercial real estate, indicates that...
San Francisco Bay Area, Workshop Café, South of Mission (SoMa) district, BART Embarcadero station, University of California Berkeley Art and Design, Skydeck, RocketSpace, Martinkovic Milford Architects

Second Workshop Café in San Francisco Strives to Serve Mobile Freelancers

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By Meghan Hall The San Francisco Bay Area is known for being on the cutting edge of all things science and tech, but what about office space? With rental rates...