Willow Village, Menlo Park, Menlo Park Planning Commission, Menlo Park City Council, Meta, Signature Development Group, Peninsula Innovation Partners LLC

Menlo Park Planning Commission Recommends Approval for Meta’s 1.6MM SQFT Willow Village Project

By Kate Snyder Meta’s Willow Village project in Menlo Park has taken another step forward toward completion with the city’s planning commission sending the project to city council with a...
Cresa, San Francisco, Bay Area, Salesforce Tower, Boston Properties, Transamerica Pyramid

A Market Divided: Cresa Research Shows a Tenants’ Market in San Francisco

By Kate Snyder Nearly three years after the pandemic began, and nearly two years since the first COVID-19 vaccines were available, San Francisco’s office market is still contending with the...
Amazon, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, Los Angeles, Newport Beach, San Diego, Wal-Mart, Kroger, Albertsons

Uncertainty or Opportunity?

By John Cumbelich As the sun begins to set on the withered stalk of another eventful year in commercial real estate, uncertainty prevails in Q4 of 2022 as forecasters ponder...
Miramar Capital San Jose KTGY Architects Oakland Loma Linda 4300 Stevens Creek Boulevard

Miramar Capital Plans 580-Unit Mixed-Use Project in San Jose’s Loma Linda Neighborhood

By Jon Peterson Miramar Capital has been approved by the city of San Jose for a new mixed-use development project located in the city at 4300 Stevens Creek Boulevard. The...
Sunnyvale Drawbridge Realty Uber Silicon Valley 200 S. Mathilda JP Morgan Eastdil Secured KKR Global Atlantic

Drawbridge Realty Pays $193.3MM for 157,000 SQFT Sunnyvale Property Leased to Uber  

(EDITOR'S NOTE: According to public documents referenced in a report by the San Jose Mercury News, the property traded for $193.3 million, or just around $1,231 per square foot....
The Klamath, Bay Area Council, Bay Area, San Francisco, Port of San Francisco, Landor Associates, Duraflame, RMW Architecture, Richmond-San Rafael Bridge

Bay Area Council Restores Historic San Francisco Ferry into Office, Museum

By Kate Snyder The motion from the water can’t be dampened completely and the views are very distracting, but John Grubb, CEO of the Bay Area Council, has no regrets...
Hacienda, Pleasanton

Third Quarter of 2022 Ends Well at Hacienda in Pleasanton

PLEASANTON, Calif. — The third quarter of 2022 has ended on a positive note for Hacienda. Office, Flex and Retail spaces all showed declines in vacancy both over the...
Lattice, Workplace, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, San Jose, Oakland, Los Angels, San Diego

Report: Nearly 1 in 4 HR Leaders Expect Over 90% of Their Workforce to...

Lattice's annual report reveals how high-performing People teams are navigating hybrid work, pay transparency, DEIB strategy, and more SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 1, 2022 -- Lattice, the leading provider of people...
CANOPY, Silicon Valley, Menlo Park, Presidio Bay Ventures, Springline,

CANOPY Leases 20,000 SQFT in Presidio Bay Ventures’ Springline in Menlo Park

CANOPY’s Elevated Offices Form the Centerpiece of Silicon Valley’s “Sand Hill 2.0” at Springline MENLO PARK (November 1, 2022) – CANOPY, the most elevated, design-driven shared workspace today announced the...
Warm Springs Station Fremont Sobrato Organization Colliers

Sobrato Still Waiting for Right Time to Start Development Project in Fremont

By Jon Peterson Nearly six years after submitting plans to develop its Warm Springs Station project in Fremont, Mountain View-based The Sobrato Organization is still waiting for the market conditions...

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