Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Japanese Retailer Likes Bay Area Urban Cores

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By Sharon Simonson A Japanese retailer whose brand image echoes American society’s current quest for a more sustainable lifestyle is opening a 7,000-square-foot store in downtown San Jose, its second...

Revolutionary Workplace Challenges Next Century Landlords

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| By Sharon Simonson | Office owners face new attitudes and risks in the real estate of the 21st century, where easy change is the number-one priority and long-term leases for...

Cohen Buys Burlingame Site for Redevelopment Potential

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By Jon Peterson Los Angeles-based Cohen Asset Management Inc. has paid more than $7 million to acquire 2.5 acres at 836 Cowan Road in Burlingame with an eye toward redevelopment...

Target Puts Bull’s-Eye on Geary Location in San Francisco

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By Sharon Simonson Even as Swinerton Builders celebrates the grand opening of San Francisco’s first CityTarget at the Metreon, the general contractor has begun interiors work to ready the second...

Hines Sells 100 Montgomery For Twice What it Paid

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By Jon Peterson Houston-based Hines is in contract to sell the 424,000-square-foot 100 Montgomery offices in downtown San Francisco for $165 million, or more than $388 a foot, to Chicago-based...

San Francisco, Peninsula, Silicon Valley Leasing Are Mixed Bag

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By Sharon Simonson Silicon Valley saw strong office occupancy expansion in the third quarter even as San Francisco and San Mateo counties struggled. According to numbers being released Oct. 12 by...
Habit, Oakland, Jack London Square, East Bay, Bay Area, Duwo Partners, Emeryville, Cushman & Wakefield, Embarcadero West

Great Expectations As Jack London Square and Market Near Finish

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By Mike Coppinger OAKLAND, Calif. – Jack London Square peeks over the bay, a beautiful sprawling space lined with trees and upscale eateries. The park named after the famed author...

Shorenstein Expands in South San Francisco

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By Sharon Simonson San Francisco-based Shorenstein Properties LLC has acquired a 136,000-square-foot Class A office building in South San Francisco, paying approximately $35 million for the nearly empty building, according...

Jones Lang: Smart-Grid Cities Perform Better

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By Sharon Simonson A new study of 10 cities that have adopted smart-grid technologies to better manage their electricity use shows that collectively their economies are outgrowing the nation and...

Clif Bar Headquarters Changes Owners

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By Jon Peterson The Emeryville home to the Clif Bar & Co. headquarters has gained a new capital source: The New York State Common Retirement Fund. The giant pension fund has...

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