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Shorenstein Plans Apartment Developments in San Francisco and Berkeley

By Jon Peterson San Francisco-based Shorenstein Properties has plans in mind to develop new apartment complexes in San Francisco and Berkeley over the next few years totaling 474 units. The...
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Ron Zeff: Fundamentally Strong

The rise of the renter nation will keep the multifamily development pipeline busy for a while longer. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ – THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION – IN JANUARY 2015 Ron...
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SunCal Resurrects Mixed-Use Project for 167-Acre Oak Knoll Site in Oakland

By Neil Gonzales Irvine-based SunCal is reviving a mixed-use development project in Oakland that has been in limbo for the past several years. The large-scale real estate developer has filed plans...
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Emerald Fund Receives Green Light for 150 Van Ness Mixed-Use Project

By Nancy Amdur San Francisco’s Civic Center is on the road toward becoming a more complete neighborhood offering a range of housing, services and transportation with the Planning Commission’s approval...
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Old Debate on Land Conversion Resurfaces in San Jose Amid Hot Housing Market

By Neil Gonzales Housing proposals continue to flood San Jose, where the residential market has traditionally been ahead of the commercial sector but is especially hot these days. While the city...
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Rowhouses on Rengstorff Ave. Will Be Added to Mountain View’s Residential Mix

By Neil Gonzales A rowhouse proposal for 333 N. Rengstorff Ave. in Mountain View is the latest approved project among the city’s various residential developments that include luxury apartments, affordable-housing...
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San Carlos Mixed-Use Wheeler Plaza Project Slated to Break Ground Next Year

By Nancy Amdur A long-awaited condominium-and-retail project in downtown San Carlos is coming closer to fruition with plans set to gain city approval this summer and construction expected to begin...
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AIMCO Pays $118MM for Apartments in San Jose

By Jon Peterson Denver-based Apartment Investment and Management Company has paid $118.4 million or $365,000 per unit to acquire the 324-unit Saybrook Pointe Apartment Homes in San Jose. “We think that...
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Carmel Partners Unveils Plan for 330-Units in Oakland’s Jack London Square

By Robert Carlsen San Francisco-based Carmel Partners is proposing to develop a new 330-unit market-rate apartment project in Oakland’s Jack London Square Waterfront Warehouse District. The 90,000-square-foot project, located on two...
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Related California and Stanford University Start Mixed-Use Project in Palo Alto

By Jon Peterson Related California with offices in Irvine, San Francisco and Los Angeles and Stanford University have broken ground this month on the development of 2500 El Camino Real...