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Be More Productive at Park Tower

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October 12, 2016

By: Wes Powell, International Director

There are countless strategies we, as individuals, can employ for increasing our own personal productivity, from adjusting our own work habits to being better organized in accomplishing tasks and efficiently managing our time.  But, did you know that our workplace environment also has a significant impact on productivity?

Everything from temperature, to airflow to what kind of light we use has an impact on how well… Read More

Truth is Beauty: CRE Women Lead Dialogue on Empowerment

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October 6, 2016

By: Natalie Behmlander, Marketing Manager, JLL

This past week saw the long-awaited arrival of the iconic sculpture Truth is Beauty by Marco Cochrane in the San Leandro. The 55-foot sculpture, initially showcased at Burning Man in the Nevada desert, now stands as the centerpiece on Westlake Urban’s San Leandro Tech Campus, a groundbreaking 750,000 square foot, transit-oriented office development in the heart of San Leandro.

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Real Estate Crowdfunding Field Gets Crowded

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September 6, 2016

By: Alex Lassar, Senior Vice President

Though still a nascent sector, online crowdfunding platforms have proliferated in recent years as individual investors look for ways to get into the world of direct real estate investing. According to the Real Estate Crowdfunding Review, there are now more than 100 crowdfunding sites operating online.

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NorCal ranks among top 18 distribution markets in the U.S.

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August 30, 2016

By: Jason Ovadia, Managing Director, Industrial and Logistics

Logistics and the supply chain are critical to the success of companies that produce or distribute goods.  In Northern California, technology and the growth of advanced manufacturing have boosted the region’s position as a top distribution market and greater scrutiny is being focused on the region’s port, rail and road infrastructure as well as the availability of modern warehouse distribution and industrial… Read More

Cloudy Outlook OK for Bay Area Data Centers

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August 22, 2016

By: Ryan Mathews, Marketing Manager, JLL

Tech and communication firms with major cloud storage presence and requirements are driving heavy demand for ‘wholesale’ – or single-user, self contained — data facilities in the Bay Area.  With the total size of the global cloud-managed service market expected to double by 2021 the outlook is generally positive for single user facilities. Data Center

In fact, the… Read More

Project Pipeline Points to the Rise of California’s Capital City

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August 17, 2016

By: Leo Canale, Senior Marketing Associate, JLL

Sacramento may be a little over 1.5 hours drive (without traffic!) from downtown San Francisco, but Millennials know it isn’t that far away from the Bay Area’s buoyant tech-driven economy.Above SacramentoSacramento’s appeal among Millennials has been well documented and that attraction for a Millennials powerful segment of… Read More

Apartment for Rent

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August 3, 2016

By: Brittany Martinez, Marketing Coordinator, JLL

The Bay Area’s rental apartment market is booming.  Vacancies throughout the greater Bay Area are highest in San Jose, at 3.7 percent.  That’s almost a full percentage point lower than the national average.  The availability of units in the East and North Bay markets is even lower, at 2.3 percent.

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Silicon Valley View Part 2

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July 25, 2016

By: Christian Basconcillo, Research Manager, JLL

Institutional capital’s pursuit of Class A assets in Silicon Valley continues unabated, but with rent growth likely to moderate in many markets over the next year, discussed in a recent Q2 report. Investors are becoming more sensitive to asset pricing for core product in prime submarkets.  Given recent high watermark deals for prime Class A assets in Palo Alto ($2,400/SF) and Mountain View ($1,400/SF)… Read More

Silicon Valley View Part 1

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July 20, 2016

By: Christan Basconcillo, Research Manager, JLL

Despite a new report card on the region’s economic health calling out traffic congestion and housing affordability as two of the biggest problems facing Silicon Valley’s growth track, its reputation as the premier innovation hub in the world seems secure, at least for the foreseeable future.

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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