Tag Archives: Bay Area

5 Good Reasons Why Silicon Valley Power Is Consistently Ahead of the Game

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September 26, 2016

By: Raul Saavedra, Executive Vice President, JLL

Silicon Valley Power (SVP) may not the best known utility in California but if you operate heavy power load facilities such as data centers, it’s one you probably should get to know…and fast. From my industry vantage point, data center operators throughout the Bay Area are scrambling to work with the nonprofit. There is currently single digit vacancy in the data center space… Read More

Arena Anchors Downtown Sacramento Renaissance

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By: John Sheaffer, Senior Research Analyst

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Golden1 Center, the new $477 million arena for Sacramento’s NBA franchise, the Kings, won’t officially open until October, but it has already made an indelible mark on the fortunes of downtown Sacramento.

In fact, since the Kings’ construction team broke ground in October 2014, the real estate and businesses around… Read More

Industrial Buildings: Out with the Old, in with the New

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By: Amber Schiada, Vice President & Director of Research

The industrial real estate market looks set to enjoy another great year in 2016.

Nationally, vacancy in warehouse-distribution, manufacturing and other industrial buildings was just 6.2 percent in Q1, which is 1.2 percent lower than it was in the last cycle (2008).  Between 2014 and the first quarter of 2016, net absorption… Read More