Sitting in San Francisco as I do, it’s easy to constantly get pulled into everything that happens in this 47 square miles of insanity, umm activity, within the commercial real estate market. Of course, there is a lot more going
By Timothy Griffin
The Boston commercial real estate market remains active and one of the key drivers is clearly the continued growth of tech companies in the region.
Verizon’s highly publicized deal near North Station is one example. However, innovative
By: Timothy Griffin
Brace yourselves, because you’re about to see months of advertisements from every major wireless carrier talking about their new 5G wireless networks.
Data from Accenture estimates that the deployment of the 5G network will spur $500B in
By Robert Sammons, Senior Director, Northern California Research
It seems as if tenants can’t get enough of San Francisco. New office deliveries at 100 percent pre-leased as well as activity from tech and non-tech alike in other buildings across
Cushman & Wakefield recently released Tech Cities 2.0 an annual report that identifies existing and emerging tech centers increasingly driving the North American economy and details their impact on the commercial real estate sector.
A follow-up from last year’s