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San Francisco’s Dogpatch Expanding Faster than Infrastructure Can Handle?

Posted by on Feb 3, 2015 in News |

Dogpatch housing boom outpaces city’s plans for transit, public space improvements – San Francisco Business TimesAt least five large multifamily projects will break ground within the next 18 months in Dogpatch as developers and techies flock to the nine-square-block San Francisco neighborhood with working-class roots. All that construction and all those new residents will shed a spotlight on the neighborhood’s growing pains,...

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New West Oakland Development – 235 Units

Posted by on Dec 16, 2014 in News |

One of West Oakland newest coming #developments is a 235 unit #apartment near @BrownSugarKitch Another new West Oakland apartment complex, with room for ‘makers’ – San Francisco Business TimesAnother developer – a familiar one – thinks it’s time to build again in West Oakland. Holliday Development, which has owned land in the area since 2000, will start construction on a 235-unit apartment complex on Wood...

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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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The “Other” Apartment Market

Posted by on Oct 1, 2013 in News |

The Other MultifamilyThe following charts show annual building permits issued for the three main categories of residential units: single-family, 5+ multifamily, and 2-4-unit multifamily. This latter category of duplexes, triplexes, and fourplexes is often overlooked in discussions about the health and direction of the national residential market. via Axiometrics Does the “other” multifamily (2-4 units) pose a threat to the larger...

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