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  • Cushman & Wakefield Represents 10x Genomics in Expanding Headquarters 4x in Tri-Valley
    By Joshua Deale, Senior Communications Specialist Featuring: Mitchell Hertz, Executive Director – Tenant Advisory Group John Lewerenz, Managing Director – Brokerage Services Group Mitchell Hertz of Cushman & Wakefield’s Walnut Creek office and John Lewerenz of the firm’s San Francisco office recently joined forces to represent 10x Genomics, a leader in the genomics field, in the... Read more »
  • San Francisco Metro Remains a Top Global Market for Investment
    By David Bitner, Americas Head of Capital Markets Research A new annual report from Cushman & Wakefield, Winning in Growth Cities, examining global investment revealed that despite geopolitical uncertainty and a slowing in the economic cycle, investment in the global property market saw a significant rise of 18% year-on-year to a... Read more »
  • The San Francisco Story – Six Quick Stats
    By Robert Sammons, Senior Director, Northern California Research It seems as if tenants can’t get enough of San Francisco. New office deliveries at 100 percent pre-leased as well as activity from tech and non-tech alike in other buildings across the City pushed the vacancy rate down to its lowest figure in... Read more »
  • Tech Cities 2.0 — an analysis of North American cities staking their ground in Tech
    By Robert Sammons, Senior Director, Northern California Research Currently 80% of the United States population lives in cities and in the last decade, 84% of our country’s GDP was generated by large metropolises. [1]And while cities are driving growth, there’s an underlying factor that deserves recognition. That factor is technology, specifically technology... Read more »
  • Northern California Office Market Insight
    Robert Sammons, Senior Director, Northern California Research Erik Hallgrimson, CCIM, Executive Managing Director This article originally appeared in the September issue of Western Real Estate Business. The economic expansion continues across the U.S., now the second longest since World War II. With tech companies driving this cycle, it is no surprise the Bay... Read more »
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