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Cushman & Wakefield opened its first Northern California office in 1967 in San Francisco. Today, Cushman & Wakefield in Northern California has locations in the following cities: San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland, Sacramento, Walnut Creek, Larkspur, Pleasanton, Burlingame, Palo Alto, Stockton, Salinas and Monterey.
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This Week’s Blog Post
- Growing Pains: Central SoMA Rezoning – Tech Takes Down The Last Big Block – TaxesBy Robert Sammons, Senior Director, Northern California Research In what was certainly one of the most underplayed stories in the local press over the past week, the San Francisco Planning Commission passed the Central SoMa rezoning plan unanimously. The process has been ongoing since 2011 though it hasn’t quite reached the finish line yet. It now awaits passage by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors – likely over the summer. Of course, there is an election for a new mayor in early June so anything could happen. And let’s not forget that all of the office product is subject to Prop M as it currently stands which means, that with only about 2.0 million square feet in the queue, development opportunities will be limited. There has been talk that an initiative could make the ballot in November to push ahead and prioritize properties within Central SoMa for Prop M allocation but... Read more »