THE Address in San Francisco

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Luxurious is an understatement. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ - THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION - IN AUGUST 2013 By Hayden Dingman There’s a scene late in “2001: A Space Odyssey” when protagonist...
Oakland, Bay Area Rapid Transit, BART, Lane Partners, Walton Street Capital, Shorenstein, MetLife, China Harbour Engineering Company & SUDA, Strada Investment Group, EBALDC, JLL

San Mateo County Considers Impact of Regional Planning on Local Transportation Infrastructure

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  By Jacob Bourne The City/County Association of Governments of San Mateo County has embarked on a long-range planning process for the future of transportation infrastructure within the County’s 741 square...

These Walls Can Talk

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Buildings get smarter and so do workplaces. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ - THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION - IN OCTOBER 2013 By David Goll In an era of rapid technological progress, is...

Samsung Considers San Jose Expansion, Offers No Guarantees

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By Sharon Simonson Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. and its wholly owned American subsidiary Samsung Semiconductor Inc. plan to expand a North San Jose research and development operation, but are giving...

Battery Bets on Buildings

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Sharon Simonson Clean tech meets real estate Sept. 15 at Stanford Faculty Club where Battery Ventures sponsors “Spotlight on Smart Building Technology,” an event to explore emerging know-how in commercial-property...
San Leandro, Retail, Office, Multifamily, BART, OSIsoft, San Leandro Tech Campus, Marea Alta, Westlake Urban, RSPK

“Renaissance” in San Leandro’s Downtown as Improvements in BART, Tech Infrastructure and Land Availability...

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By Jessica Zimmer Change is coming to San Leandro this summer with the August 2016 opening of OSIsoft’s new 135,000 square foot headquarters and an 800-space parking structure at the...

Hewlett-Packard’s Whitman: Executive Center Brings A New Day

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By Sharon Simonson A new Gensler-designed Executive Briefing Center at Hewlett-Packard Co.’s Palo Alto headquarters signifies HP’s renaissance, Chief Executive Meg Whitman said Jan. 16. With a massive, craggy California oak...
Tristar Capital, Sunnyvale, Apple Computer, Silicon Valley, Rockwood Capital, Palo Alto, Dostart Development, JLL, Bay Area,

Tristar Buys 3-Building Apple-Leased Campus in Sunnyvale for $290.7MM

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By Jon Peterson New York City-based Tristar Capital has paid $290.7 million, or roughly $831 per square foot, to acquire the 349,758 square foot office campus in Sunnyvale, according to...

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