San Francisco, CA: The City and County of San Francisco, through its Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC), has engaged global real estate firm, Colliers International, to represent the SFPUC in the marketing and disposition of seven underutilized properties located throughout the Bay Area.
The SFPUC’s underutilized properties include: 401 & 403 Old Bernal Avenue in Pleasanton (+/-3.18 acres), 7484 Sheridan in Sunol (+/-84 acres), 38240 Canyon Heights Drive in Fremont (+/-7.45 acres), 38234 Canyon Heights Drive in Fremont (+/- 0.49 acres), three residential lots in Sunnyvale, three residential lots in Millbrae, and a portion of old Muni Right-of-Way in Burlingame.
The Colliers team includes John Jensen, Senior Vice President, Tony Park, Senior Vice President, Robert Rowland, Executive Vice President, and Chris Twardus, Senior Vice President, with combined industry experience of over 80 years.
“Colliers International’s Bay Area land team is a specialized group of land brokers capable of servicing corporate, institutional and governmental property owners and investors. The portfolio disposition assignment with the SFPUC is a perfect example of Colliers’ ability to deliver advisory and transaction services for multiple properties across submarkets”, said Andre Walewski, President & Chief Executive Officer at Colliers International | Silicon Valley – San Francisco East Bay.
About San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
The SFPUC’s mission is to provide its customers with high quality, efficient and reliable water, power, and sewer services in a manner that is inclusive of environmental and community interests, and that sustains the resources entrusted to its care. Headquartered at 525 Golden Gate Avenue in San Francisco, the SFPUC has approximately 2,300 employees working in seven counties with a combined annual operating budget of over $700 million.
The SFPUC has exclusive jurisdiction over and manages land and water system infrastructure owned by the City and County of San Francisco as part of the Hetch Hetchy Regional Water System. It provides water to approximately 2.6 million people in three Bay Area Counties.