Tech Companies Grow Node by Node; Campus May Be Thing of Past

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| By Sharon Simonson | Apple Inc. may rue the day it spent an estimated $3 billion to build its new mothership headquarters in Cupertino. Because, according to a globe-hopping futurist,...

Health Care Company Buys San Francisco Building

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By Jon Peterson San Francisco-based North East Medical Services has paid $2.85 million, or $258 a square foot, to acquire the approximately 11,000-square-foot office building located at 369 Broadway St....

Equity Residential Plans Historic Rehab in Downtown Berkeley Community

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By Jon Peterson As if the nearly 5,000-unit Bay Area apartment portfolio it is acquiring in the Archstone sale weren’t enough for Equity Residential, the Chicago landlord continues its steady...

Brokerage: 2013 Pivotal Year for Bay Area Apartments

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By Sharon Simonson Bay Area apartments may remain the darling of the investment world, but conditions are changing rapidly on the ground. Even as the pace of rent increases has...
San Francisco, housing, Bay Area news, San Francisco real estate news, Perkins Coie, Trumark Urban, Polaris Pacific, planning commission

Sutter Street Corner Slated for Housing To Remain Retail

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By Sharon Simonson A Chicago-based private equity real estate investment firm plans to eschew zoning that would allow it to build up to 44 condominiums on a prominent corner at...

Dunkin’ Donuts Looks North Next

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By Jon Peterson The Bay Area, Sacramento and Redding are the obvious next California expansion targets for Dunkin’ Donuts, the vice president of development told The Registry. Massachusetts-based Dunkin’ Brands Group...
Bay Area, McNellis, Newmark Realty Capital, Sares Regis Group, SummerHill Housing Group, The Mark Company, ULI, Colliers International, Richmond, Palo Alto, Cassidy Turley

Cassidy Turley: Strong Workspace Demand to Pause In Early 2013

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By Sharon Simonson The San Francisco Bay Area office market gained more than 5.3 million square feet of occupancy in 2012, according to new year-end numbers from commercial real estate...

Hewlett-Packard’s Whitman: Executive Center Brings A New Day

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By Sharon Simonson A new Gensler-designed Executive Briefing Center at Hewlett-Packard Co.’s Palo Alto headquarters signifies HP’s renaissance, Chief Executive Meg Whitman said Jan. 16. With a massive, craggy California oak...

TIAA-CREF Buys Mountain View Shopping Center

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By Jon Peterson New York City-based TIAA-CREF has acquired the 133,000-square-foot Charleston Plaza shopping center at 2400 Charleston Road in Mountain View, accepting an initial yield, or capitalization rate, of...

Campbell Sees First Apartments Built In a Decade

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By Jon Peterson The South Bay community of Campbell, a lesser light in the pantheon of famous Silicon Valley places, is drawing investor interest thanks to its thriving historic downtown...

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