Monday, December 10, 2018
Moffett Towers II, Sunnyvale, Jay Paul, Park Tower, San Francisco, Sobrato Organization, Fremont, Peery Arrillaga, Fremont, Stanford Research Park, Google, Village at San Antonio Station, Microsoft, LinkedIn, Facebook, WeWork, Merlone Geier

Facebook Takes Over 200,000 SQFT at WeWork’s Mountain View Complex

By Vladimir Bosanac Despite the recent media frenzy surrounding Facebook, the company is continuing its growth exponentially in the Bay Area, signaling that its business is healthy and its executives...
Irvine Company, Santa Clara, Amazon, Ericsson, Silicon Valley Business Journal, Santa Clara Square campus, Whole Foods, Silicon Valley, Colliers International, Bay Area, Cupertino, San Jose, Newark, Palo Alto, Sunnyvale

Amazon Takes 164,000 SQFT at Irvine’s Santa Clara Square

By Vladimir Bosanac Irvine Company’s steel and glass structures dotting US Highway 101 in Santa Clara will soon have a new tenant. Seattle-based Amazon will be subleasing 164,000 square feet...
California Association of Realtors, Central Valley, San Francisco Bay Area, San Francisco County, Southern California, Central Valley, Sacramento County

Housing Bubble 2 Hits Rough Spot in California

by Wolf Richter Tripped up by “eroding affordability and persistently low inventory.” Pending home sales in California, based on signed contracts, fell 2.6% in October compared to a year ago, the...
Bay Area, Facebook, Moffett Towers II, San Jose Mercury News, Moffett Park, Google, NetApp, Juniper Networks, Hewlett Packard, Amazon, DES Architects + Engineers, Level 10 Construction, Sunnyvale, Newmark Cornish & Carey, Santa Clara, Jay Paul, Menlo Gateway, Bohannon Company, Menlo Park, Sobrato Organization

Facebook’s Lease Wraps up Jay Paul’s 1.8MM SQFT Moffett Towers II Project in Sunnyvale

By Vladimir Bosanac Developing real estate in the Bay Area can be a full contact sport. And the ultimate reward for those efforts is when a big bet pays off...
San Francisco, Blackstone Group, Equity Office, Ferry Building, Allianz Real Estate, Hudson Pacific Properties

Ferry Building in San Francisco on the Market, Could Fetch Low $300MM Range

By Jon Peterson The planned sale of the Ferry Building in San Francisco has officially become a reality as it was placed on the market earlier this week. The pricing...
Squaw Valley, PlumpJack Group,Squaw Valley Inn, Meriwether Co, CCY Architects,Level Four Advisors, VITA, HDSF, Squaw Valley Mountain, PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn & Residences, San Francisco, Level Four Advisors

The PlumpJack Group Forms Strategic Partnership to Redevelop PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn

New PlumpJack Squaw Valley Inn & Residences Will Replace Iconic Squaw Valley Inn Squaw Valley, Calif. (September 26, 2017) – The PlumpJack Group, a leading hospitality management company that creates...
San Francisco, Cypress Equity Investments, srmERNST Development Partners, Madison Marquette, Eden Housing, Crow Holdings, Trammell Crow Residential, Alameda Point Partners, Alameda Point, Alameda

City of Alameda Transfers 30 Acres of 68-Acre Site to Alameda Point Partners for...

Construction on Infrastructure at Alameda Point to Commence within 30 Days ALAMEDA, Calif. – Thirty acres of the 68-acre Site A parcel at Alameda Point was transferred from the City...
Gensler, Swig, San Francisco, Plant Construction, SoMa, CBRE 633 Folsom

Swig’s Remake of 633 Folsom in San Francisco Takes Shape, and Notice

By Vladimir Bosanac It is a rare instance when a landlord has an opportunity to reimagine an aging asset. Demolishing and building from scratch almost seems too easy. Taking what...
Uber, Oakland, CIM Group, San Francisco, Newmark Knight Frank, Sears Building, Menlo Park, Lane Partners, Walton Street Capital, Ellis Partners,

Strong Interest for Uber’s Oakland Building as Bidding Pool Thins

By Vladimir Bosanac As Uber is looking to offload its property in Oakland, as many as 35 investors are working hard to help the ride-sharing company dispose of its asset. Uber...
Holliday Fenoglio Fowler, MIRO, San Jose, Bayview Development Group, Broad Street Real Estate Credit Partners III, Goldman Sachs Merchant Banking Division

Bayview Development Group to Break Ground on MIRO, More Than 600 Residences in San...

San Jose-based Bayview Development Group announced today the groundbreaking of MIRO, San Jose’s newest luxury high-rise residential apartment community. Prominently located across from city hall along East Santa Clara...