Facebook’s West Campus, Menlo Park, Gehry, West Campus, Facebook, Bayfront Expressway, Chilco Street, Marsh Road, TE Connectivity, Watry Design, Oracle, Bohannon Company, Bayfront, Bayshore

Construction Tops $1B at Facebook’s West Campus

Republished with explicit permission from BuildZoom. The original post appeared here: https://www.buildzoom.com/blog/facebook-west-campus-1b May 16, 2018 By Kelsey Graeber Since the grand opening of the Gehry-designed building named ‘MPK 20’ and de...
Juniper Square, San Francisco, Austin, Deloitte Insights

Juniper Square: As the Country Opens Up, Commercial Real Estate Use Will Evolve

By Alex Robinson, CEO and Co-founder at Juniper Square With the hope that widespread distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine brings to reopening our country also comes the opportunity for companies...
ada Partners, Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Gensler, Peterson Institute for Economics, National Bureau of Economic Research

Rebirth of a City: Why Primary Markets are Primed for Revitalization

By Ryan Swehla 5 predictions on the far-reaching impact of pandemic cultural shifts Primary markets are primed for revitalization, and this is directly correlated to many individuals and families having the...
Amazon, Whole Foods Market, Thasos Group, Walmart, Trader Joe, Wall Street, retail, shopping, merger economic impact grocery

Amazon-Whole Foods Already Rattling the Grocery Sector

By Wolf Richter Here are the numbers since the August 28 price cuts. When Amazon’s deal to acquire Whole Foods Market closed on August 28, the first thing that happened was...
Avalara MyLodgeTax, San Francisco, Seattle, Los Angeles, Sonesta, Choice, Red Roof

Here to ‘Stay:’ Business Lodging Sector Finds New Life during Pandemic

By Pam Knudsen, Senior Director of Compliance at Avalara MyLodgeTax Popular before the pandemic, extended stays had solidified their place in the lodging sector. However, they weren’t as widely used...
Greystar Real Estate Partners, University of California, San Francisco, UC Hastings

Time for a Coordinated Bay Area Displacement Policy

By Eric Von Berg “Silicon Valley is over” “In the last three months of 2017, San Francisco lost more resident to outward migration than any other city in the county”...
NAIOP, Associated General Contractors of America, San Francisco, Greater Bay Area, Potential Change Order Log, BCCI Construction Company

Taking The Burn Out Of Escalating Construction Costs

By Adam Felson The cost to build commercial office space is not getting any cheaper thanks to material increases, labor shortages and the demand of our vibrant market. NAIOP reported 8...
Facebook, Amazon, Sports Authority, Golfsmith, Borders Books, Circuit City, HH Gregg, Barnes & Noble, Kohls, Office Depot & Staples, Oakland, International Council of Shopping Centers, John Cumbelich & Associates

Goodbye Big Box

By John Cumbelich First the old news: Department stores are departing; Facebook has replaced the mall as our national hangout; and Amazon and its peers are where people now go...
Cresa Should tenants be fooled by landlord optimism San Francisco Salesforce Facebook Dropbox

Cresa: Should Tenants be Fooled by Landlord Optimism?

Everyone is talking about it. The impacts of COVID-19 on our economy have been far reaching with no industry left out, though some are bouncing back quickly. Residential real...
McNellis elevator

McNellis: Death of the Elevator

By John McNellis Real Estate in the Plague Year Without the elevator…there could be no downtown skyscrapers or residential high-rises, and city life as we know it would be impossible…the elevator’s...

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