CalPERS Changes Multi-Family Investment Policy

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By Jon PetersonCalifornia Public Employees' Retirement System will be considering an investment policy change for rent-regulated multi-family housing at its April 19th investment committee meeting. According to pension fund...

SunCal Cuts Housing, Ups Commercial for Former Alameda Air Station

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By Jessica Saunders SunCal Cos. has proposed building about 1,200 fewer homes at Alameda Point after a bruising electoral defeat Feb. 2 of its proposed exemption to city density limits...

SunCal Cuts Housing, Ups Commercial for Former Alameda Air Station

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By Jessica Saunders SunCal Cos. has proposed building about 1,200 fewer homes at Alameda Point after a bruising electoral defeat Feb. 2 of its proposed exemption to city density limits...

Behringer Harvard Gets New Funding Round For Apartments

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By Jon Peterson Texas-based real estate investor Behringer Harvard has secured $100 million in new equity from Dutch pension funds to buy U.S. apartments, including properties in the San Francisco...

Apartments Prove Anchor in the Storm

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By Sharon Simonson Investor demand for large, institutional quality apartments in the core Bay Area is outstripping supply, pushing capitalization rates below 6.5 percent from closer to 7 percent less...

Pinebrook West & Kerley Drive Sell

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By Sharon Simonson Two medium-sized apartment complexes in San Jose and Fremont have sold, according to brokerage CB Richard Ellis Group Inc. Pinebrook West, a 30-unit development at 35955 Fremont Blvd....

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