Tag Archives: Bay Area transportation

Bay Area’s Vital Signs Snarled by Traffic

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October 5, 2016

By: Christan Basconcillo & Eduardo Romero, JLL Research

A new report from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) came out this week and it wasn’t pretty reading for Bay Area commuters.

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To few people’s surprise – especially those of us who drove the routes last year — the northbound Peninsula afternoon… Read More

Transbay Takes Shape

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July 12, 2016

By: Ryan Mathews, Marketing Manager, JLL

Parcel F, the last remaining site available for development in the Transbay neighborhood, has been sold by the Transbay Joint Powers Authority, paving the way for further interim financing to complete Phase 1 of the $2.25 billion transportation hub now under construction at First and Mission.

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Photo: www.transbaycenter.org

It’s been a long journey for the redevelopment of the… Read More

Trending: Apartment buildings near BART stations could soar in value

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By: Stephen Jackson, Senior Vice President, Capital Markets – Multifamily

Living close to – or within reasonable walking distance – of a BART station has become perhaps the crucial factor for Bay Area residents. More and more Bay Area companies report that employees are citing ease of commute as one of the primary factors when deciding on a job. Can they get to and from work quickly and efficiently on both… Read More