Campbell Sees First Apartments Built In a Decade

By Jon Peterson The South Bay community of Campbell, a lesser light in the pantheon of famous Silicon Valley places, is drawing investor interest thanks to its thriving historic downtown...
Bay Area Council, San Francisco, Bay Area, East Bay

Trumark Bets Big on the San Francisco Condo Market

By Sharon Simonson A newly created condominium development company with strong ties to the Bay Area plans to build more than 550 for-sale condominiums in San Francisco neighborhoods from Cow...
Intero, San Francisco, Bay Area, Berkshire Hathaway, HomeServices of America,

Greystar, Goldman Sachs Buy East Bay Transit-Oriented Apartments

By Jon Peterson Greystar Real Estate Partners will more than double its ownership exposure to the San Francisco Bay Area apartment market with its acquisition of three East Bay complexes...
Napa, Silicon Valley Bank, North Bay, Trefethen Estates, St. Helena, Santa Rosa, Portland, Pacific Northwest, Wine Business Monthly

Kennedy Wilson sells Napa Property, Plans $500MM in West Coast Buys

By Jon Peterson Kennedy Wilson has sold Napa’s 66-unit Rutherford Townhomes apartments to a private Japanese investor for $8.7 million as the Beverly Hills-based international real estate buyer seeks to...

Marin County’s Corte Madera Draws Apartment Investors

By Jon Peterson Corte Madera, the tiny, affluent Marin County community, will gain 306 modern apartments with the development and redevelopment of two complexes. Denver-based Apartment Investment and Management Co., a...

Pembrook Doubles Up on San Jose Apartment Project

By Jon Peterson New York City-based Pembrook Capital Management LLC has made a $16.5 million preferred-equity investment in the Meridian Apartments being developed at 1400 W. San Carlos St. in...

Avalon Bay, Equity Residential Load Up On Bay Area Apartments

By Jon Peterson Arlington, Va., -based AvalonBay Communities Inc. and Chicago’s Equity Residential will each own well in excess of 10,000 San Francisco Bay Area apartments following their planned joint...

Elysian Fields [May Take] Forever

Transit-oriented development faces continuous struggle, from the real to the imagined THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ - THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION - IN OCTOBER 2012 By Maria Shao For 74 years, the...

Kennedy Wilson Buys First Oakland Apartments

By Jon Peterson Beverly Hills-based Kennedy Wilson captured a 5.7 percent going-in yield on its newly acquired Regency Tower Apartments in the Lake Merritt neighborhood of Oakland. Now the international real...
Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, Hill International, Silicon Valley, Bay Area

Mountain View Apartments Sell for Sub-5 Percent Yield

By Jon Peterson Boston-based fund manager Rockpoint Group has paid not quite $30 million all cash to buy a 127-unit Mountain View apartment complex built in 1969. The Matteson Cos.,...