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Presidio Trust Nixes Development Plans for Mid-Crissy Field

By Neil Gonzales A definitive plan to build a new San Francisco cultural landmark seemed close at hand until last week for a prime piece of Presidio property that opens...
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A Deep Bay Separates Oakland from San Francisco

By Jon Peterson Institutional Investors are being able to buy office buildings in Oakland at much lower price points than in San Francisco. One recent example of this is with...
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New York Life Buys Two Office Buildings in San Ramon

By Jon Peterson New York City-based New York Life Real Estate Investors has acquired two properties in San Ramon. The firm along with San Francisco-based Cannae Partners of San Francisco...

Selling Silicon Valley

On a cloudy, cold and wet morning, the mood was decidedly sunny at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif., where the Tri-County Division of the California Apartment...
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CIM Group Takes San Francisco Building for Close to $34MM

By Jon Peterson Los Angeles-based CIM Group has acquired the 70,000 square foot 246 1st Street office building in downtown San Francisco. The sales price was in the range of...

A Great Year to Unlock Quality Deal Flow

By Adam Hooper When legislators dropped the JOBS Act onto the real estate industry’s doorstep last year, not everyone noticed. Of those who did, many shrugged, some debated the implications,...
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Has High-Speed Rail’s Economic Promise Been Derailed?

By Robert Carlsen After more than six years of wrangling with hardcore public and private opponents as well as the courts, California's high-speed rail project is entering yet another limbo...
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New York’s Bridgeton Holdings Buys First Bay Area Asset

By Jon Peterson New York City-based Bridgeton Holdings has acquired its first property in the San Francisco Bay Area, the 37,104 square foot The Pioneer Building located at 3180 18th...

Giants’ Mission Rock Plans Move Ahead Despite Growing Opposition

By Nancy Amdur An influx of office, retail and residential space will be added to San Francisco’s Mission Bay market over the next few years if a $1.6 billion development...

Swensons Start 2nd Century in Silicon Valley

The South Bay builder sees downtown San Jose at a turning point. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ - THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION - IN JANUARY 2014 As a leader of his...