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  • Strategic Migration – More Technical than Most Realize
    By Matt Chatham, Executive Managing Director, Tenant Representation Lead – Bay Area Strategic moves by Bay Area companies, particularly tech companies, either expanding their operations into other markets or even completely uprooting over to other markets have been intensifying over the course of the past few years and appear to… Read more »
  • Six Quick Stats – San Francisco & Tech on The Move
    By Robert Sammons, Senior Director, Northern California Research Development in San Francisco received a boost in the past week with the settlement of various lawsuits allowing for projects to move forward within the recently rezoned Central SoMa area of the city. That is the first of our Six Quick Stats… Read more »
  • Nothing Too Flashy – And Intriguing Developments in San Francisco
    By Robert Sammons, Senior Director, Northern California Research There haven’t been a lot of flashy marquee deals completed during the third quarter in the Bay Area. That said, activity has still been healthy with smaller deals (that being leasing transactions under 100,000 square feet!) driving the office market. We will… Read more »
  • Mission Complete? – The Mission Bay Mixed-Use Submarket Gets Its Arena
    By Robert Sammons, Senior Director, Northern California Research As a couple of recent articles in the San Francisco Chronicle point out, it’s been a long slog to build out the Mission Bay neighborhood, or submarket as we like to say. In fact, it’s taken some 40 years to reach the… Read more »
  • CWFL Bay Area Kickball Tourney Raises over $1,100 for Think College Now Elementary
    Cushman & Wakefield’s Future Leaders (CWFL) Bay Area Chapter recently helped raise over $1,100 in a charitable effort dedicated to Think College Now Elementary (TCN), a college-focused district elementary school located in Oakland’s Fruitvale neighborhood. Transpiring just before school went back into session, all donations went directly in providing the… Read more »
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