East Bay Economic & Real Estate Drivers

Check out this recent presentation given by Edward Del Beccaro, EVP Bay Area Regional Manager to the Hayward City Council. Key Points include East Bay investment volume, hotel trends, and

Retail Trends Post COVID: Effects & Recovery

Check out this recent presentation given by Marilyn Hansen, Director of Retail Investment to the East Bay Development Alliance. Key Points include the retail sector which has been the hardest

Avoiding Litigation May Be Your Best Choice

In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is essential that landlords continue to educate themselves, communicate openly, and surround themselves with experts in order to stay on top of

The Inland Migration for Better Business Prospects

The cost of doing business and heightened competition in top markets such as the Bay Area, Silicon Valley and the Los Angeles metro is increasingly untenable, and companies are setting

PG&E eyed S.F. exit for years before downtown Oakland tower deal: court records

$892 million downtown Oakland deal includes $420 million purchase price for Oakland tower CBRE300 Lakeside Drive office tower in downtown Oakland, the proposed site of PG&E’s future corporate headquarters. PG&E

Post Covid – How Construction Finance Has Changed

Photo: Levelset Written By: Teddy Swain, TRI Commercial Real Estate Advisor Given all that is going on in the world today – Covid-19, shelter in place, record unemployment – it is

$49.5 million deal: Amazon buys big Dublin office building amid East Bay expansion

E-Commerce giant could employ hundreds at newly bought East Bay site By GEORGE AVALOS | gavalos@bayareanewsgroup.com | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: April 1, 2020 at 7:35 a.m. | UPDATED: April 2, 2020 at 2:19 p.m. DUBLIN

A True Value-Add Investor’s Take on the East Bay

Written By: Teddy Swain, TRI Commercial Real Estate Advisor With 10,000+ units under construction and just as many more approved or proposed in the pipeline, there is no denying the

Closing Time. Why are so Many Sac Restaurants Shutting Down?

By Chris Macias On the surface, the scene looks like an idyllic snapshot of brunch time in downtown Sacramento. It’s a recent Saturday morning at Jim-Denny’s Diner, where servers carry Frisbee-sized pancakes

North Bay landlord Seeks to Capture Piece of Bay Area Exodus with New Office Building

By Blanca Torres  – Reporter, San Francisco Business TimesJan 3, 2020, 7:47am PST Updated Jan 3, 2020, 10:59am PS While many office tenants feeling squeezed in the core Bay Area have left the region —