Hacienda Absorption Strong Through First Three Quarters of 2012, En Route To Best Year Since 2006

PLEASANTON, Calif. — Reflecting growth not seen in many years, Hacienda reports absorption of over 100,000 square feet of space in the first three quarters of 2012, nearly matching the growth seen through all four quarters of 2011. The park is the largest mixed-use development in Northern California.

“We’re pleased to have matched the growth seen in 2011 in just the first nine months of this year,” said James Paxson, Hacienda’s general manager. “With the additional leases that have been initiated this month which are not reflected in the Q3 figures, we know that the park is on its way to its strongest year since 2006.”

Major leases in 2012 have been initiated by companies in a variety of business segments, including Maddie’s Fund (animal welfare), Cooper Bussman (circuit protection technology), Sunbelt Controls (energy management systems), ServiceMax (field service management software), CPU Tech (embedded computer systems), Hitachi (semiconductor manufacturing equipment), and Blackhawk Network (prepaid products provider).

The following overview will provide you with information on the most recent Hacienda activity pertaining to occupancy, tenants, sales and regional data of interest. Please also refer to selections found under the Project Overview section of our web site for related information.

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About Hacienda
Hacienda is the largest development of its kind in Northern California. Over 10 million square feet of existing, mixed-use space is occupied by some 475 companies that locally employ approximately 17,500 people. Hacienda’s businesses represent the best and the brightest of contemporary corporate America and provide the home to everything from small offices to regional centers to large campuses for company headquarters. In addition, Hacienda also features homes to some 3,200 residents. Residential developments also provide a full spectrum of choices from stylish rental units to single family detached homes.

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