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Autonomous Vehicles Will Change Everything, Industry Experts Forecast

By Jacob Bourne “This will absolutely be the most significant transformation in our society — not just transportation — in at least the last 50 maybe 100 years. What will...

Gree’s Big Office Fills Small Screens

Mobile gaming company Gree mixes Japanese and San Francisco start-up culture THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN THE ‘Q’ - THE REGISTRY’S PRINT PUBLICATION - IN APRIL 2013 By Hayden Dingman The view from Gree...

Kilroy Lands Fourth Bay Area Development Deal

By Sharon Simonson On the heels of its latest blockbuster lease in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood with Inc., Los Angeles-based Kilroy Realty Corp. is investing $315 million...

Go Daddy Hops on Sunnyvale, Silicon Valley Wave

By Sharon Simonson SUNNYVALE—Domain-naming company Go plans to double its employee count in Sunnyvale to 80 by yearend and expects to add even more workers in 2014 as the...
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Could 3D Printed Buildings Be the Future of Construction?

By Brittan Jenkins Developer Apis Cor, in partnership with five other companies, successfully on-site 3D printed a house in a small town in the Moscow region of Russia. The price...

Palo Alto Tells Jay Paul To Go Forward with Page Mill Development

By Sharon Simonson Enticed by the chance to gain a $26 million down payment on the construction of a long-sought police station, the Palo Alto City Council has encouraged developer...

Samsung Considers San Jose Expansion, Offers No Guarantees

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...

Wareham Signs Tenant to Greenway Building At EmeryStation

By Sharon Simonson San Rafael-based Wareham Development has nabbed a 2,500 square-foot upscale burger restaurant as the first tenant for its latest biotech and life-science office building at its EmeryStation...

Bay Area CBRE Offices Catch Up with Company’s Enhanced Workplace Design Strategy

Photographs courtesy of Skyline Construction By Jacob Bourne CBRE Group Inc., a global commercial real estate services and investment firm, has embarked on a plan to apply the workplace strategies it...
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Tristar Buys 3-Building Apple-Leased Campus in Sunnyvale for $290.7MM

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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