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$180 M Office Transaction Announces Hong-Kong Investor Great Eagle Holdings’ Arrival to Bay Area Market

$180 M Office Transaction Announces Hong-Kong Investor Great Eagle Holdings’ Arrival to Bay Area Market

It’s been a fruitful few weeks for the San Francisco office market, and it recently got even better with the completion of a major off-market office deal. Foreign capital has elevated its presence in the area’s investment market recently and with the acquisition of the 123 Mission St. asset, Hong…

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Two Landmark Buildings are Acquired as CIM Group Expands and Credit Suisse Enters Local Market

Two Landmark Buildings are Acquired as CIM Group Expands and Credit Suisse Enters Local Market

As the final weeks of 2013 come to a close, the San Francisco office market seems to be heating up with investors eager to tie up their big money deals before the end of the fourth quarter.…

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Twitter Driving Housing Growth in Mid-Market; Shorenstein Signs Fitness Facility at Twitter’s HQ

Twitter Driving Housing Growth in Mid-Market; Shorenstein Signs Fitness Facility at Twitter’s HQ

The influence of major tech companies on the San Francisco Bay Area has propelled the Peninsula, San Francisco and Silicon Valley to the top of the table in terms of the best markets in the nation. While most people discuss Google, Apple and Facebook as major influences, it was Twitter…

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Related California Proposes Massive Project as New Core for Santa Clara

Related California Proposes Massive Project as New Core for Santa Clara

Santa Clara is set to have a brand new focal point after Related California recently announced its plan to develop a large city-center-style project. The plan is currently under review by the Santa Clara City Council’s Sports and Open Space Authority, to determine whether the massive initiative will be given…

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Moving Time: Tech Startup Apigee Leases New Space in San Jose to Seal Palo Alto Move, Visa Looking for Space in San Francisco Again

Moving Time: Tech Startup Apigee Leases New Space in San Jose to Seal Palo Alto Move, Visa Looking for Space in San Francisco Again

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor The Bay Area’s office market generally benefits from a hot tech market that sees development and leasing that is driven by expanding giants such as Google, Facebook and Twitter, as well as an influx of smaller companies betting on space in the technological epicenter of…

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Madison Acquires Stake in Two-Property Portfolio in California

Madison Acquires Stake in Two-Property Portfolio in California

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor Two Bay Area properties were the object of a recent stake acquisition by private equity firm, Madison International Realty. The company has moved on the market for a share of a two-building portfolio owned by a closed-end fund sponsored by Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management…

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New Multifamily Division to Focus on Developing Projects in Growing Tech Markets

New Multifamily Division to Focus on Developing Projects in Growing Tech Markets

By Alex Girda, Associate Editor As the main tech markets continue their emergence, driven by the growth of big names such as Google, Facebook and Apple and their development of new design-heavy facilities, as well as the growing interest in the San Francisco Peninsula, the market was bound to drive…

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TODAY’S DEALS: Capital One Provides Bridge Loan for Rental Conversion

TODAY’S DEALS: Capital One Provides Bridge Loan for Rental Conversion

HFF arranges financing for a N.J. community; KB Homes buys a condo development site in San Francisco; and NorthMarq Capital arranges a $32.4 million Freddie Mac loan for a Class A property.…

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Eight-Building Campus in San Jose Acquired by TMG Partners-Fortress Investment Group Joint Venture

Eight-Building Campus in San Jose Acquired by TMG Partners-Fortress Investment Group Joint Venture

A massive office campus deal was recently arranged by a joint venture between San Francisco-based TMG Partners and Fortress Investment Group LLC. The JV has acquired the current San Jose home of network solutions company, Cisco. The eight-building office/R&D campus was previously owned by the company which has already agreed…

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Berkeley Point Executes $325M in Refinancing for The Gateway in San Francisco

Berkeley Point Executes $325M in Refinancing for The Gateway in San Francisco

Berkeley Point Capital, along with Freddie Mac, recently closed on the largest single-asset loan in its company history. The 10-year, $325 million refinance loan for The Gateway, a 7.74 acre San Francisco property, was locked-in at a fixed rate of 3.38 percent and is a full-term, interest-only loan.…

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Silicon Valley Residential Market Sees Activity From Investors and Developers Alike

Silicon Valley Residential Market Sees Activity From Investors and Developers Alike

As the area’s office sector is set to greatly benefit from the fact that Silicon Valley is currently regarded as the most tech-friendly real estate market in the entire country, investors are taking some time to focus on an impending housing rise. Therefore, transactions and new development projects should pour…

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San Francisco Bay Area Submarkets Lead Nation in Terms of Tech Appeal, JLL Study Shows

San Francisco Bay Area Submarkets Lead Nation in Terms of Tech Appeal, JLL Study Shows

Most of the coverage that the San Francisco Bay Area receives real estate-wise is tightly knit to the area’s office real estate market. And now, according to real estate company Jones Lang LaSalle, we have the main reason. The San Francisco Bay Area’s three markets: San Francisco, Silicon Valley and…

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