New Appeals Threaten to Stall Sunnyvale Town Center Redevelopment For Years

By Sharon Simonson Both parties to a dispute over ownership of the Sunnyvale Town Center have appealed a Dec. 21 court judgment, ending plans for a July trial that had...

Nvidia to Build Silicon Valley’s Latest Architectural Wonder

By Sharon Simonson The 250,000-square-foot floor plans envisioned for Nvidia’s new Santa Clara campus take to another new degree the rising corporate emphasis in the Bay Area on creating idiosyncratic...
San Francisco, housing, Bay Area news, San Francisco real estate news, Perkins Coie, Trumark Urban, Polaris Pacific, planning commission

Essex Still Bullish on San Francisco

By Jon Peterson Essex Property Trust Inc. just can’t get enough of San Francisco. The Palo Alto-based real estate investment trust historically has had limited exposure to the city, stymied by...

Bay Area Retail Fractures Along New Economic Lines

By Sharon Simonson Strong merchant demand for premium Bay Area retail locations is escalating rents for newly built shop space from San Jose to San Francisco to housing-boom levels and...

San Francisco Housing Market Surprises

By Sharon Simonson Even as technology companies drive commercial real estate leasing in San Francisco, unprecedented demand from tech workers is compelling the for-sale condominium market. Forty percent of the new-condo...

Texas REIT Buys First San Francisco Hotel

By Jon Peterson Austin, Texas-based Summit Hotel Properties has moved into the San Francisco hotel market for the first time with its $60.5 million acquisition of the 252-room Holiday Inn...
One Market, San Francisco, Visa, Autodesk, Blackstone, Morgan Stanley, The Paramount Group, Bay Area news, San Francisco real estate

Paramount Group Raises Millions to Buy in San Francisco

By Jon Peterson A New York City-based real estate investor with a history of ownership in the region plans to invest as much as $250 million in equity in trophy...
Intero, San Francisco, Bay Area, Berkshire Hathaway, HomeServices of America,

Denver Industrial REIT Wants More San Francisco Bay Property

By Jon Peterson Denver-based DCT Industrial Trust has paid $30.1 million, or $89 a square foot, to acquire an Oakland industrial building at 5800 Coliseum Way, according to market research...

Go Daddy Hops on Sunnyvale, Silicon Valley Wave

By Sharon Simonson SUNNYVALE—Domain-naming company Go Daddy.com plans to double its employee count in Sunnyvale to 80 by yearend and expects to add even more workers in 2014 as the...

Signature Wanted San Jose for Years; Google Frosting on Cake

By Sharon Simonson Existing customer demand and historic, present and projected aviation trends are driving aircraft manager Signature Flight Support to invest $82 million at the San Jose airport, the...