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Quitting Rate a Sign of Economic Revival?

Posted by on Feb 18, 2014 in News |

Quitting Rate a Sign of Economic Revival? On a high note, there is some positivity in the #Economy. The amount of people QUITTING is going up! (People don’t usually quit unless they have a better opportunity elsewhere). #CCIM #CRE...

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Unemployment Rate is BS?

Posted by on Feb 18, 2014 in News |

Lets be honest…the #UnemployementRate is BS. Instead lets look at how the employment to population ratio has dropped from 63% to 58% and labor participation has also...

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Are All Tech Hubs High Priced?

Posted by on Feb 11, 2014 in News |

Is it just the SF Bay Area that’s expensive? Not really…most Tech Hubs are high priced. Why? Usually b/ w Tech Hubs you get higher education, sophisticated work force and thus…much higher prices Is it just the SF Bay Area that’s expensive? Not really…most Tech Hubs are high priced. Why? Usually b/ w Tech Hubs you get higher education, sophisticated work force and thus…much higher...

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Posted by on Jan 10, 2014 in News |

Hunters Point updated redevelopment plan in #SF. #CRE...

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High Rents, Big Deals in 2014 for San Francisco

Posted by on Jan 7, 2014 in News |

High rents, big deals in 2014With demand from technology tenants still strong and vacancy below 10 percent in San Francisco’s hottest submarkets, rents – which have already jumped 60 percent since recession lows – will continue to rise next year. New supply is hitting the market, like Tishman Speyer’s Foundry Square III, and Boston Properties’ 680 Folsom St., and (in early 2015) Kilroy Realty Corp.’s 350...

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SF Office Rents Smash Record

Posted by on Jan 3, 2014 in News |

S.F. office leasing boom smashes recordThe San Francisco office market logged 1.4 million square feet of positive net absorption in 2013 – an unprecedented third year in a row in which the amount of leased downtown space grew by more than 1 million square feet, according to Jones Land LaSalle. via Bizjournals #SF office rents up 69%, with #SOMA up over 95% since 2010…and there’s really no sign of slowing. #CRE...

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Highrise Hotel in Berkeley?

Posted by on Dec 20, 2013 in News |

Highrise hotel proposed for downtown BerkeleyA shiny new hotel could be checking into downtown Berkeley. At the corner of Shattuck Avenue and Center Street, the proposed 16-story mixed-use property would include a 290-room hotel, three floors of office space and some ground floor retail. via Bizjournals Could Berkeley see a 16 story, 290 room hotel downtown soon? #Berkeley #CRE #CCIM...

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Waterfront Oakland Coliseum for Oakland A’s Likely a No-Go

Posted by on Dec 17, 2013 in News |

Oakland Athletics Owner Hates Proposed Waterfront StadiumOakland Athletics owner Lew Wolff has panned the plans for a new waterfront ballpark for his team, calling the site “absolutely impossible.” The statement is in response to recent news that a group of businessmen are hoping to build a new baseball park at Oakland’s Howard Terminal. via Curbed So it looks like no waterfront A’s coliseum, but perhaps a COMPLETE...

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Top 10 Rent Growth Markets of 2014

Posted by on Dec 13, 2013 in News |

Top 10 Rent Growth Markets of 2014Industry experts project that some of the largest metro areas will see some of the largest rent growth next year. Yet some hot secondary metros, such as Denver and Nashville, are also among the top markets for 2014. Seattle will continue to grow in 2014 and is expected to see the biggest percent change in rents, according to New York-based Reis. via Multifamilyexecutive San Francisco & San Jose drop to #2...

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Skyscraper Watch

Posted by on Dec 11, 2013 in News |

Skyscraper Watch: Transbay, Trinity, Salesforce TowersWelcome to San Francisco Rising, where Curbed checks in on the status of new towers contributing to San Francisco’s increasingly tall skyline. Want to know more about a specific tower? Leave a comment after the jump or drop an email. Tower: 350 Mission Street Height: 424 feet, 30 floors Architect: Skidmore Owings & Merrill Specs: 420,000 sq. via Curbed Skyscraper Watch! 3...

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Craigslist has Competition for Apartment Listings

Posted by on Dec 9, 2013 in News |

Startups wage war on Craigslist apartment adsLooking for an apartment? One word typically comes to mind first: Craigslist. But, in today’s world of fancy, high-powered, data-driven websites and apps, the old tried and true go-to is coming under attack from a slew of Bay Area startups. via Bizjournals Looking for apartments in #SF & other metros? #Craigslist has some competition. #CRE...

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Mobile Gaming Company pays $100/psf in SF

Posted by on Dec 9, 2013 in News |

Sign of the times: Finnish gaming group grabs top of BofA towerThe former Carnelian Room at the top of the Bank of America building at 555 California St. – once a symbol of San Francisco’s eminence as the banking center of the West Coast -has been leased by a red-hot Finnish gaming company. via Bizjournals Mobile game company #SuperCell pays $100/psf for the old Carnelian room in #SF. Don’t they make only 2 games!?...

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Hipsters & Yelp Heat Map

Posted by on Nov 21, 2013 in News |

Where are “Hipsters” mentioned the most on Yelp in the SF area? Heat map shows where it’s important to have your socks match your shirt to be considered “cool”. …err, “not” cool? #Hipsters #SF #CCIM #CRE...

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