Posts Tagged ‘San Francisco’

The Newest Battle of the Bay: Should The Warriors Stay in Oakland or Move to The City?

Raiders-49ers; Giants-A’s; San Francisco vs. Oakland. It’s been a ubiquitous debate among Bay Area sports fans as long as anyone can remember – A topic that has polarized neighbors, coworkers, and classmates every year during interleague baseball and preseason football. But every winter there is one team that everyone in the Bay can agree on, […]

Queuing Up For Office Development In San Francisco

With all due respect to Austin and its unofficial city motto, San Francisco had the “keep it weird” rallying cry long before that upstart. It follows, then, that development of almost any sort has been a tricky prospect for many years in this progressive city. Yet it does occur albeit under the close scrutiny of […]

Capital Flows Shaking Things Up In San Francisco

Capital flows continued to shake up the San Francisco office market in 2014. Deal volume set yet another record during the year while prices climbed to unprecedented highs thanks to more and more investors having a mandate to invest in the City by the Bay. Most interesting to note, however, is that in this cycle, […]

San Francisco Jobs Hit Record High

According to the latest job numbers released by the State of California Employment Development Department on November 21, total jobs in the San Francisco Metropolitan Division (comprised of San Francisco, San Mateo and Marin counties) continue to climb ever higher – the area, in fact, hit a record high number of jobs in October with […]

Foreign Investment in San Francisco’s Office Market

I recently spoke on a panel for CREW San Francisco discussing the “New Cash Economy: Foreign Direct Investment in Bay Area Real Estate.” I began with a broad overview of the global investment landscape looking at the increase in investment activity over the last several years with a focus on capital flows today versus the […]

RACE TO BUILD

Developers are now in a race to build the next new addition to the San Francisco skyline. Over the past two years, strong tenant demand, especially from technology firms like Salesforce, Square and Twitter, has propelled San Francisco to outperform much of the US and global market. Vacancy rates have fallen below the 10% mark, […]