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Hunter Properties to Start First Phase of San Jose Project This Summer; Menlo Park...

By Jon Peterson Cupertino-based Hunter Properties is planning to start the first phase of its 1.75 million square foot mixed-use Coleman Highline development in San Jose this summer. The project...
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Westcore Sells in Concord and Buys in Union City

By Jon Peterson San Diego-based Westcore Properties has sold an office building in Concord and bought an industrial property in Union City. The company has completed the sale of two Class...
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Putting More There There in Oakland

Oakland's central city gains traction in retail and residential projects. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ - THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION - IN APRIL 2014 By Joe Gose Oakland’s growing reputation as a...
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Rosen Sees Bay Area Real Estate Continuing to Hum

“We are in an outright boom; the strongest place in America.” Those were the resounding words spoken by Kenneth Rosen, chairman of the Fisher Center for Real Estate and...
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Opportunities and Challenges Persist in East Bay’s Retail ‘Golden Triangle’

By Rob Goszkowski The retail sector of the East Bay’s Golden Triangle is ready to join the development boom. The area is working to shed its reputation for having underdeveloped retail...
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Warriors’ Arena Decision a Bow to San Francisco Waterfront Height Limits Campaign

By Nancy Amdur Controversy surrounding proposed San Francisco waterfront developments helped push the Golden State Warriors to scrap plans for a new stadium at Piers 30-32 in favor of purchasing...
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Orchard Partners and DivcoWest Take 218 Acres for Industrial Development in American Canyon

By Jon Peterson Lafayette-based Orchard Partners and San Francisco-based DivcoWest Properties have acquired 218 acres in American Canyon in Napa County for a future industrial development project. The purchase price...
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Sunnyvale: The Goldilocks of Silicon Valley

By Michele Chandler Apple, Google, LinkedIn and other technology titans are setting up shop in Sunnyvale, the South Bay city with the Midas touch when it comes to attracting the...
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Land Prices for Office Sites Approaching Peak of 2007

By Jon Peterson Land prices for office building development sites in San Francisco are nearing the peak, according to data supplied by the San Francisco office of CBRE. Land prices...

Swift Realty Pays $129/SF for San Jose Buildings

By Jon Peterson San Francisco-based Swift Realty Partners has paid $40 million or $129 per square foot to acquire the 309,235 square foot Community Towers office buildings at 111 West...