Bay Area Cities Walk Scorin’ the Talk

Campbell is a walker's paradise, but how do other Bay Area cities fare. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ - THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION - IN OCTOBER 2013 By Sharon Simonson When Rockwood...

UDR and MetLife Plan $317MM Apartment JV in San Francisco

By Jon Peterson Denver-based UDR and Morristown, N.J.-based MetLife had formed a $317 million joint venture to develop the 477-unit apartment complex located at 399 Fremont in San Francisco. The structure...

Ivanhoe Cambridge and Shea Homes Fund 50 percent of New Apartment Development in South...

By Jon Peterson Toronto-based Ivanhoe Cambridge and Aliso Viejo-based Shea Properties have together invested $100 million of equity to fund 50 percent of the $200 million apartment development, the 650-unit...
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Apps Aim to Take Sting Out of Rental Process

By Hayden Dingman At last, our long national rental nightmare is over—the small apartment market is finally making strides towards the 21st Century. And wouldn’t you know it? San Francisco is...

Factory-Built Homes’ Plug and Play

Manufacturers refine the factory-built home to meet California’s stricter building code. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ - THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION - IN OCTOBER 2013 By Jon Chown Among the stately, traditional homes...
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Pacific Urban Buys Apartment Complex in Concord

By Jon Peterson Palo Alto-based Pacific Urban Residential has paid $8.6 million to acquire the 84-unit Vista Del Lago apartment complex in Concord located at 1841 Laguna Street. The buyer is...

Turning Away Jobs in the Bay Area

Regional planners estimate that inadequate housing production will cost Bay Area 280,000 jobs in next 30 years. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ - THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION - IN OCTOBER...

All Equity to Fund New Apartment Development in SoMa

By Jon Peterson Washington, D.C.-based Multi-Employer Property Trust and Chicago-based Golub & Company will be funding all equity to cover the approximately $200 million in development costs to build the...

South Bay’s Apartment and Condo Tsunami

By Rob Goszkowski There is a bulge in the pipeline of South Bay multifamily unit inventory, particularly San Jose, and it has only begun to arrive. Those companies that were...
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Demand Continues to Pressure San Francisco Apartment Market

By Joe Gose San Francisco has the reputation as the most bulletproof apartment market in the country, but a torrent of new construction promises to test its armor, as does...