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  • CWFL Takes Intimate Tour of The Trust for Public Lands’ Tenderloin Wellness Trail
    Cushman & Wakefield Future Leaders (CWFL) recently spent the afternoon of October 16 together with The Trust for Public Land (TPL) for an intimate tour of several vital parks and recreational projects which TPL is helping develop in San Francisco’s Tenderloin District. Referred as the Tenderloin Wellness Trail, the group… Read more »
  • CWFL Hosts Wellness Series to Boost and Encourage Employee Wellbeing
    Cushman & Wakefield Future Leaders (CWFL) together with several members in our Bay Area offices took the week of October 7th through the 11th to elevate their physical, mental and nutritional wellbeing. CWFL organized the week-long series of events designed to inspire and educate. Employees dedicated a number of quality… Read more »
  • Big Projects Coming to the Bay Area – From Oakland to San Jose to San Francisco
    By Robert Sammons, Senior Director, Northern California Research The economy is still humming across northern California and, in fact, much of North America at the close of the third quarter. You can find the updated market reports on our website now. But, as we like to say around here –… Read more »
  • 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 »
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