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Apple Expands in Sunnyvale; East Palo Alto Makeover in Doubt

Apple Expands in Sunnyvale; East Palo Alto Makeover in Doubt

By Alex Girda, Assciate Editor Apple has recently signed a lease that may be the opening round of a large-scale expansion by the technology giant in Sunnyvale. Reports peg the deal as the first in a long series of moves that will [...]…

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Salesforce.com, BioMarin Deals Jump-Start 2012 Leasing Market

Salesforce.com, BioMarin Deals Jump-Start 2012 Leasing Market

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor A pair of major leasing deals is helping the New Year get off to a strong start in the Bay Area. In a $339 million deal that city officials called the biggest of its kind in [...]…

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A’s Wolff Makes Triple Play with 3rd San Jose Hotel Buy

A’s Wolff Makes Triple Play with 3rd San Jose Hotel Buy

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor Wolff Urban Development L.L.C. is widening its footprint in San Jose through the acquisition of a third high-profile hotel. The privately held investment firm, which is controlled by Oakland A’s owner Lew Wolff, acquired the l71-key [...]…

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Pac-12 Enterprises Leases 70,000 SF in South Market

Pac-12 Enterprises Leases 70,000 SF in South Market

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor The Pac-!2  athletic conference’s integrated media affiliate  has signed an 11-year lease for 70,000 square feet at  370 Third Street in San Francisco, the San Francisco Business Times reported. Kilroy Realty Corp., the building’s owner, acquired [...]…

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BART’s Coliseum Transit Village Moves Forward in Oakland

BART’s Coliseum Transit Village Moves Forward in Oakland

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor The latest transit-related development in the San Francisco Bay Area is getting on track. The Bay Area Rapid Transit District board of directors is negotiating an agreement with the Oakland Economic Development Corp. to develop a [...]…

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Golub, Mercy Housing Win Transbay Project

Golub, Mercy Housing Win Transbay Project

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor An important Bay Area contract has gone to the joint venture created by Golub & Co. and Mercy Housing. The sale of the property, for construction of a Folsom Street housing complex in the Transbay District, [...]…

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Residential Developments Take Center Stage

Residential Developments Take Center Stage

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor The Potrero Center is a large deal waiting to happen. The 227,000-square-foot shopping center has been listed for sale by current owner The Emerald Fund. The venture aims to sell the property by pitching the possibility [...]…

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Equity Residential Engages in Massive Residential Shopping Spree

Equity Residential Engages in Massive Residential Shopping Spree

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor East Palo Alto is on the verge of selling more than half of its rental stock to one of the nation’s largest landlords. If that doesn’t sound noteworthy, consider the number of apartments that are part [...]…

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Office Space Show Still Going On in San Francisco as Westcore Keeps Getting Bigger

Office Space Show Still Going On in San Francisco as Westcore Keeps Getting Bigger

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor The Bay Area office market just keeps on landing punches like it’s fighting for its life, and considering the past three or four years, you could say it is. Westcore, one of the area’s major players, [...]…

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Mission Project Set to Fill Market Void as Rents Rise

Mission Project Set to Fill Market Void as Rents Rise

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor San Francisco is seeing a clear increase in the renting market, with many former homeowners or potential homebuyers renting instead. As a direct result, rent rates have been climbing rapidly in the East Bay, especially Santa [...]…

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South of Market Attracts New Tech Firms; Toll Authority Votes for New HQ

South of Market Attracts New Tech Firms; Toll Authority Votes for New HQ

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor San Francisco has to be happy with all the interest it’s seeing from starter and medium-tech companies that are set to relocate to the Bay Area. Demand is at an all-time high, with millions of square [...]…

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Developers Battle for Transbay Terminal Housing; Spate of Hotels Trade

Developers Battle for Transbay Terminal Housing; Spate of Hotels Trade

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor The City by the Bay is moving forward on one of its largest projects of the year, with four development teams battling it out for the mixed-income housing project near the Transbay Terminal. The 450 units [...]…

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