Receiver in Sunnyvale Town Center Dispute Pushes for Discharge

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By Sharon Simonson A Santa Clara County Superior Court judge is expected to issue an order early this week declaring whether a receiver appointed to oversee the Sunnyvale Town Center...

The Mission – A Youthful Old Neighborhood

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Youthful newcomers embrace and change The Mission THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ - THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION - IN APRIL 2013 By Veronica Dolginko American history shows population boom after population boom,...

Prudential Selling in San Francisco South Financial District

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By Jon Peterson Parsippany, N.J., -based Prudential Real Estate Investors has put 685 Market St. in San Francisco’s red-hot South Financial District up for sale. The Monadnock Building, as the property is...

Clarion Looks to Bay Area for Life Science Investment

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Jon Peterson New York City-based Clarion Partners is eyeballing the San Francisco Bay Area life sciences sector for investment opportunity after clenching a multi-million dollar development deal in the top-ranked...

Receiver Prevails in Sunnyvale Town Center Dispute

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By Sharon Simonson The receiver charged with overseeing the Sunnyvale Town Center for two years beginning in late 2009 has acted within the authority granted him by multiple court orders,...

Prudential Tests Strength of SoMa Draw

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By Jon Peterson Parsippany, N.J., -based Prudential Real Estate Investors, the real estate investment management business of Prudential Financial Inc., is seeking buyers for a 255,000 square-foot office building located...

Pau Ruling Sets Stage for Jan. 8 Court Session

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By Sharon Simonson A Santa Clara Superior Court judge has agreed to dismiss four of developer Peter Pau’s five remaining complaints against lender Wells Fargo & Co. in connection with...

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