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East Bay/Oakland Archives - The Ivy Group

Industrial space is a hot commodity in Silicon Valley

By Chelsea Nguyen-Fleige  –  Reporter, Silicon Valley Business Journal Jun 2, 2022 The exceedingly tight market for industrial space in Silicon Valley isn’t likely to ease up any time soon, according to a new report. Just 579,000 square feet of warehouse or manufacturing space is slated to be completed by the end of this year, brokerage firm CBRE […]

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These 20 cities had the highest home prices in the Bay Area in Q1

https://www.bizjournals.com/sanjose/news/2022/04/29/these-20-cities-have-the-bay-areas-priciest-homes.html?utm_source=st via @svbizjournal

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Happiest Cities in American, Fremont Ranks #1

Source: WalletHub

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Happy New Year 2022

The Ivy Group wishes you a happy new year 2022. May the year brings you PEACE, PROSPERITY and huge CRE SUCCESSES!

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Fortress Investment Buys Fremont Warehouse for $80MM

December 15, 2021 This article appeared on The Registry, https://news.theregistrysf.com/fortress-investment-buys-fremont-warehouse-for-80mm/ via @@theregistrysf Fremont, Calif. – Leading diversified professional services and investment management company Colliers announced the successful sale of an industrial warehouse in Fremont at 47550 Kato Road for $80,000,000 ($313/sf). Colliers’ Executive Vice President Ed Hofer and Senior Vice President Casey Ricksen represented the […]

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Tesla may be heading to Texas, but here’s why the Bay Area is a still a center for EV tech

By Sara Bloomberg – Staff Reporter October 08, 2021, 03:01pm PDT Updated 10/08/2021 6:14 pm First off, the news: Tesla has officially announced it is moving its headquarters from Palo Alto to Austin, Texas. The decision has led to a lot of hand wringing among economic development types about familiar narratives about the exodus of companies leaving the Bay […]

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These are the nation’s 30 least affordable metro areas

By Ty West  –  Editor-in-Chief, The Playbook, Sep 28, 2021 California is still king when it comes to expensive metro areas. That’s according to a new analysis by The Business Journals that looked at the latest regional price parity data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis to identify the 30 least affordable metro areas in the nation. The latest […]

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States Benefiting the Most from WFH

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