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Santa Clara’s Bassett Technology Park signs leases for 3 R&D, manufacturing tenants

By Devan J. Patel – Reporter, Silicon Valley Business Journal Feb 22, 2024 Bassett Technology Park in North Santa Clara has signed leases for three tenants to use a combined 175,000 square feet of R&D band and manufacturing space. EOTech LLC and Evoloh Inc. have inked new leases at the campus, located at 3508-3580 Bassett St., while […]

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Prologis CEO Hamid Moghadam shares how he built a real estate empire and calls on Bay Area businesses to find their voice

By Mark Calvey – Senior Reporter, San Francisco Business Times Dec 6, 2023 Prologis Inc. CEO Hamid Moghadam called on Bay Area business leaders to help address challenges facing San Francisco as he shared key factors contributing to his success in building a real estate juggernaut. “I’m a big believer in keep it simple, and people make […]

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San Francisco’s postpandemic office reset is starting to take shape

By Sarah Klearman – Staff Reporter, San Francisco Business Times Dec 4, 2023 Roger Fields wasted little time placing 550 California St. up for lease. After all, there was no shortage of space to play with. Wells Fargo, which sold 550 California to Fields’ firm, Peninsula Land & Capital, for $40.5 million in September, had once occupied […]

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The vacancy rate for R&D space in Silicon Valley hit a 9-year high in Q3 Email

By Kevin V. Nguyen – Reporter, Silicon Valley Business Journal Oct 9, 2023 Silicon Valley’s commercial real estate sector’s three major segments could be described as the good, the bad and the somewhere in between. The industrial portion is doing well, with strong demand and a vacancy rate of less than 3%, according to the latest data […]

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US industrial market continues to slow as record amount of construction delivers

By Ashley Fahey – Editor, The National Observer: Real Estate Edition, The Business Journals Oct 9, 2023 The U.S. industrial market saw an uptick in vacancy in the third quarter, as a record amount of construction delivered and leasing activity waned. Across markets tracked by Cushman & Wakefield plc (NYSE: CWK), the vacancy rate rose to 4.7% […]

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US industrial market continues to slow as record amount of construction delivers

By Ashley Fahey – Editor, The National Observer: Real Estate Edition, The Business Journals Oct 9, 2023 The U.S. industrial market saw an uptick in vacancy in the third quarter, as a record amount of construction delivered and leasing activity waned. Across markets tracked by Cushman & Wakefield plc (NYSE: CWK), the vacancy rate rose to 4.7% […]

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Where distressed commercial real estate loans are piling up the fastest

By Ashley Fahey – Editor, The National Observer: Real Estate Edition, The Business Journals Sep 18, 2023 The rate of loans backing office properties that are considered distressed or delinquent is on the rise as landlords of outdated office towers struggle to refill vacant spaces and cash flow on those buildings becomes a bigger challenge. A recent […]

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The vacancy rate for R&D space in Silicon Valley hit a 9-year high in Q3

By Kevin V. Nguyen – Reporter, Silicon Valley Business Journal Oct 9, 2023 Silicon Valley’s commercial real estate sector’s three major segments could be described as the good, the bad and the somewhere in between. The industrial portion is doing well, with strong demand and a vacancy rate of less than 3%, according to the latest data […]

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Chinese auto parts supplier leases last space in new Fremont industrial park

By Kevin V. Nguyen – Reporter, Silicon Valley Business Journal Aug 8, 2023 Fremont’s already tight industrial space market just got a little tighter. On Tuesday, CBRE announced that Suzhou HYC Electronic Technology Co. Ltd. has leased the last unoccupied building in the newly completed 10-structure Pacific Commons South business park. The Chinese automotive equipment manufacturer will […]

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More than $1 trillion in CRE debt maturities loom. These metros have the most exposure

By Ashley Fahey – Editor, The National Observer: Real Estate Edition, The Business Journals Jul 5, 2023 Updated Jul 5, 2023 2:05pm PDT All eyes are on mounting debt in the commercial real estate world, which continues to struggle with higher interest rates, a more cautious lending environment and muted return-to-office and leasing activity in the wake of […]

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