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Transwestern, Vungle, San Francisco, North Waterfront, Levi’s Plaza, SOMA, Bay Area, Marin, BART, Caltrain, Jackson Square, Fog City, Grumpy’s, Old Ship Saloon, Bay Club

Transwestern Startup Stories: Stephanie Douglass – Vungle

By Jack Seymour This series profiles innovative companies and The Bay Area neighborhoods they call home. Vungle is the trusted...
California, Dyn, Gartner, PricewaterhouseCoopers, IDC Corporation, Internet of Things,

Connected Buildings, Connected Things and Security Concerns

By Scott M. Wornow Scott M. Wornow Is your “smart building” connected? Is your high-tech office, residential building or entertainment facility,...
McKinsey Global Institute, San Francisco, Coblentz Patch Duffy & Bass

Tech is Bringing Changes to Construction

By Scott M. Wornow Scott M. Wornow Digital technologies are disrupting the construction industry, which has been a notable laggard in...
San Francisco, Lyft, Bay Area, Oakland, Hayward, San Jose, Redfin, Sacramento,

Together, Lyft’s Employees Could Buy Every Single Home for Sale in San Francisco With...

Published with explicit permission from Redfin. The original article can be found here: https://www.redfin.com/blog/lyft-ipo-san-francisco-real-estate/ By Dana Olsen San Francisco already has...
San Francisco, Hanson Bridgett, SOMA, Transferable Development Rights, Caltrain, Rincon Hill, San Francisco Board of Supervisors

San Francisco Officially Passes its Long Awaited Central SOMA Plan

By M. Brett Gladstone, Esq., Partner, Hanson Bridgett LLP, San Francisco . On December 4, 2018, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors (on its second and final reading) approved the...
San Jose, a3 Workplace Strategies, Harvard, Fast Magazine, Commercial Property Executive, Workplaces

As the Open Office Debate Intensifies, It’s Time to Reach Common Ground

By Robin Weckesser, President, a3 Workplace Strategies Recent studies have workplaces stirring again about an ongoing, controversial topic: Open or closed offices? What works best? Well, we think it’s time...
Allen Matkins, U.S. Treasury Department, Qualified Opportunity Zones, Qualified Opportunity Fund, QOZ Property, Internal Revenue Service,

The New Opportunity of Opportunity Zones

By Matt Ertman & Mike Pruter, Partners Allen Matkins The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that went into effect this past February contains a new program called “opportunity zones,”...
Structural Engineers, PlanGrid, Bay Area, Apple, Skanska USA, Cambridge, Procore, BIM 360, CREW SF, Structural Engineers Association of Northern California

Construction Productivity Software: Bringing Tech to the Job Site

This article also appears in The VIEW, the quarterly publication jointly curated by the three Bay Area chapters of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW)—CREW San Francisco, CREW East Bay,...

Day for Night: Tech Crown of the City

This article also appears in The VIEW, the quarterly publication jointly curated by the three Bay Area chapters of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW)—CREW San Francisco, CREW East Bay,...
San Francisco, Seattle, Newmark Knight Frank, Rockpoint Group, Bay Area, CalSTRS, CBRE, Beacon, Unico, AEW Capital, Puget Sound

Power to the People: How Tech Is Making Buildings Better for Occupants

This article also appears in The VIEW, the quarterly publication jointly curated by the three Bay Area chapters of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW)—CREW San Francisco, CREW East Bay,...