E-Commerce giant could employ hundreds at newly bought East Bay site By GEORGE AVALOS | firstname.lastname@example.org | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: April 1, 2020 at 7:35 a.m. | UPDATED: April 2, 2020 at 2:19 p.m. DUBLIN — Amazon has bought a big Dublin office building where it could employ as many as 1,000 or more people, paying nearly $50 million in … Continue reading $49.5 million deal: Amazon buys big Dublin office building amid East Bay expansion
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 San Francisco East Bay Area is experiencing a significant construction boom unlike past development cycles. To fuel that amount of new development the region is … Continue reading A True Value-Add Investor’s Take on the East Bay
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 to its sunny and crowded patio. Inside, the 10-seat counter remains packed and chatty while onions and burgers sizzle on a tiny grill. The line … Continue reading Closing Time. Why are so Many Sac Restaurants Shutting Down?
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 — or the state altogether — a Solano County landlord is now hoping to lure them. To capture some of the exodus, the Wiseman Co. plans … Continue reading North Bay landlord Seeks to Capture Piece of Bay Area Exodus with New Office Building
Fire, garbage and homelessness increasingly plague the Golden State. Traffic on the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. High housing costs in coastal areas have produced ever-longer commutes. Credit: Aaron Wojack for The New York Times By Conor Dougherty , Dec. 29, 2019 SAN FRANCISCO — Christine Johnson, a public-finance consultant with an engineering degree, was running for … Continue reading California Is Booming. Why Are So Many Californians Unhappy?
Just one year after joining TRI as executive vice president and manager of the company’s East Bay offices, veteran Edward Del Beccaro has been promoted to San Francisco Bay Area regional manager. By Lisa Brown | December 23, 2019 at 04:00 AM Ed Del Beccaro’s career in commercial real estate spans more than 40 years in the Bay … Continue reading Del Beccaro’s Recruiting Efforts Have Paid Off With Top Promotion
November 15, 2019 465 Tehama Street Activity remains hot in San Francisco’s central SOMA (South of Market) district as developers target the area for new opportunity. Buyers remain on the hunt for opportunities to reap the benefits, snapping up properties as they hit the market. Barry Bram, Principal of TRI Commercial/CORFAC International, recently represented sellers … Continue reading Central SoMa Development Opportunity Assets Sell for Combined $14MM
October 10, 2019 Dean Boerner, Bisnow San Francisco Reporter When Pacific Gas & Electric Co. broadened its shut-off map to about 600,000 customers Wednesday night, the utility company also added to the number of owners and property managers forced to enact emergency measures. It's a potential, but untenable, new normal for Northern California. "There has to be … Continue reading The New Normal? Bay Area Property Managers Reckon With Shut-Off Fallout
October 2, 2019 SAN FRANCISCO – Continuing a year-long trend of growth and service enhancement, TRI Commercial/CORFAC International is transitioning its San Francisco headquarters from their long-time address at 100 Pine in the Financial District to Stevenson Place at 71 Stevenson, a major client-owned building in the South Financial District. The move coincides with a strategic … Continue reading TRI Commercial Leases in San Francisco’s South Financial District
The neighborhood has avoided a plague of vacancies, but stability brings its own threats By Shwanika Narayan and Roland Li | Sept. 27, 2019 On most days, West Portal Avenue teems with shoppers. Parents with little children scuttle from Ambassador Toys to the public library. When thousands of daily commuters exit the century-old Muni station, they’re steps away from … Continue reading West Portal Worries