Broadway-Valdez District Specific Plan area, California Capital & Investment Group, Planning and Building Department,, Oakland, Broadway Investors, CCIG

CCIG’s 3300 Broadway Project in Oakland Takes Shape

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By Michele Chandler An Oakland developer is planning to build a residential-commercial complex that includes affordable housing units and could be ready to welcome its first residents at the end...

Microsoft’s Silicon Valley Expansion to Add “Smartest, Greenest” Office

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By Vladimir Bosanac Big changes are afoot in Redmond, Washington and the impact of those will be felt all the way to Silicon Valley, as well. Just a week ago,...

The Rise of the YIMBYs

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By Todd Williams Despite an undeniable housing shortage marked by skyrocketing rents, virtually all housing development in the Bay Area remains controversial. Be it a downtown multifamily tower or a...
Trinity Properties, Trinity Place, Trinity Plaza, Mid-Market district, Orpheum Theater, Westfield Shopping Center, Union Square, Wells Fargo Bank

502-Unit Phase 4 of Trinity Place in San Francisco Breaks Ground

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By Jon Peterson Trinity Properties, founded by Angelo and Yvonne Sangiacomo in the early 1960s, has started construction on the fourth phase of the Trinity Place apartment complex in San...

Final EIR Completed for 192,3500 SQFT Phase III of America Center Office in San...

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By Michele Chandler Following a public review period held over seven weeks this summer, the City of San Jose has responded to a proposal by Foster City-based real estate management...
Bay Area, Silicon Valley, COMMERCIALCafé, Alameda, Contra Costa, Santa Clara, Solano, Cupertino, Santa Clara County, Yardi-Matrix

Bay Area At the Top of National Development Trends, States Report

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By Michele Chandler As a flood of tech firms and other business startups continue putting down roots in the Bay Area, there’s a new Gold Rush—surging demand for high-end office...
San Francisco Bay Area, Seattle, CBRE, Orlando, San Diego, Bay Area, Washington D.C., Tucson, Waterloo, Las Vegas, Hamilton

BOMA 2017 Just Increased Your Footprint by 3%

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By Dan Mihalovich In our earlier piece, "Office Tenants Pay for More Phantom Space than Ever,” we called out the landlord community, its landlord brokers and BOMA for their collective...
CBRE’s Workplace Strategy, Seattle, CoreNet Global Summit, Washington State Convention Center, Hammel, Green and Abrahamson, HGA Architects & Engineers

Enough of the Millennials, Gen Z is Now the Forefront of Workplace Design Strategies...

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By Jack Stubbs “When people in the new generation say they want a private office, sometimes they just mean that they want private space when they want it. A lot...
HOK, CoreNet Global Summit, Washington State Convention Center, North America, Microsoft, Verizon, Capital One, San Francisco, New York, Seattle coworking

We Can (Co)Work it Out: How Coworking Continues to Drive Workplace Design in Corporate...

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By Jack Stubbs “The majority of people using coworking spaces want to connect with other people. We’re pack animals, we really feed of off one another in terms of energy...
San Jose, Swenson Buillders, Silicon Valley, SAP Center, The District, Guadalupe River Walk plan, CMG Landscape Architecture

Just Starting a Dialogue to Re-Imagine San Jose

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By Michele Chandler San Jose development and construction firm Swenson Buillders—a stalwart builder in Silicon Valley—is now envisioning a dramatic redo for San Jose’s Guadalupe River area that could bring...