Blog 2017-05-15T09:28:51+00:00

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  • Build It and They Will Come
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    By Robert Sammons, Senior Director, Northern California Research Build it and they will come. That could be the tag line for San Francisco’s office market during this entire extended cycle and more so than ever over this first six months of 2018. Essentially every new building that has delivered this year... Read more »
  • Three Cheers for Cushman & Wakefield’s Power Trio of Women
    Three of Cushman & Wakefield’s women professionals were recognized as “Bay Area Power Women 2018” by trade media outlet, Bisnow, at a sold out breakfast awards ceremony last week in the Venetian Room at the Fairmont Hotel, 950 Mason Street, in San Francisco. Managing Director of Workplace Strategy, Antonia Cardone, Executive... Read more »
  • Bay Area Sublease Vacancy Report Q1 2018
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    By Robert Sammons, Senior Director, Northern California Research The amount of vacant sublease space on the market at any given time is an important metric to track for any market and during any economic cycle. The Bay Area is no exception. During the current expansion, logic would have it that sublease space... Read more »
  • Growing Pains: Central SoMA Rezoning – Tech Takes Down The Last Big Block – Taxes
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    By 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... Read more »
  • San Francisco Bay Area women come together to discuss leadership techniques
    On April 24, the San Francisco Women’s Integrated Network (WIN) chapter at Cushman & Wakefield hosted approximately 30 women for an interactive and dynamic session led by executive and leadership coach, Kim Morrow of Forte Consulting. The event was open both to internal Cushman & Wakefield employees and female clients. The... Read more »
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