San Francisco’s Downward Turn Doesn’t Rattle Hudson Pacific Chief

By Jon Peterson With its lease to on-demand luxury-car service Uber, Los Angeles-based Hudson Pacific Properties Inc. has successfully filled 1455 Market St. in the last two-and-a-half years, taking occupancy...
San Francisco Employees' Retirement System, Downtown Properties, Gaw Capital Partners, Downtown Properties, San Francisco real estate, Bay Area news

Developer David Choo Keeps A Piece of the TMG Transbay Action

By Jon Peterson and Sharon Simonson As part of a settlement reached in federal bankruptcy court, San Francisco real estate developer and investor David Choo will participate in profits from...

Pac-12 Studios: A Place to Be

Thousands seek jobs at Pac-12 Enterprises’ new San Francisco studios THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ - THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION - IN APRIL 2013 By Barbara E. Hernandez Broadcast studios left San...

Nissan: Cars, Buildings To Become One

| By Sharon Simonson | The relationship between the car and the built environment is so intrinsic as to be inseparable. Maarten Sierhuis, the new director of the Nissan Research Center...
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Jones Lang: 6.2MM Square Feet of Silicon Valley Offices Rising

By Sharon Simonson Silicon Valley defies conventional wisdom again. While the rest of the world migrates to the city—and lots of folks here are migrating, too—a big contingent still likes...

Grosvenor Pays $47MM for Santana Row-Area Building

By Sharon Simonson Grosvenor Americas has acquired a Winchester Boulevard office building adjacent to the booming Santana Row shopping and lifestyle center, paying approximately $470 a square foot, or $47...

San Jose Office Building on North First Goes to Auction

By Jon Peterson Civic Center Tower, a 109,850-square-foot office property at 675-695 N. 1st St. in San Jose, will be sold at auction in a process that begins July 22...

New York Private-Equity Firm Buys First San Francisco Building

By Jon Peterson New York City-based Brickman, a real estate private equity company, has agreed to buy 550 Kearny St., its first San Francisco Bay Area property. The company is...

Rising Rents Push Manufacturer to Buy in Silicon Valley

By Sharon Simonson Skyrocketing rental rates in its Sunnyvale hometown drove biomedical device-maker Zoll Medical Corp. to search for alternate digs and ultimately to buy a manufacturing building in San...

Expert: Silicon Valley Manufacturing Leads New Thinking

By Sharon Simonson Want to know the source of Bay Area innovation? Look no further than its manufacturing base, argues Howard Wial, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and...