San Francisco Leasing Comps: Companies Continue to Pay a Premium for Space in the Bay Area’s Top Submarket

By Meghan Hall , The Registry March 12, 2019 As a whole, the Bay Area has strong office leasing fundamentals, powered by years of consecutive job growth and high, consistent levels of institutional investment. However, the cream of the crop when it comes to office space is San Francisco; its reputation as a world-class city and … Continue reading San Francisco Leasing Comps: Companies Continue to Pay a Premium for Space in the Bay Area’s Top Submarket

Papenhausen Hardware Store Reopens in Pop-Up to Keep Workers Paid

Shwanika Narayan - Jan. 23, 2019 Exactly a year after Papenhausen went up in flames, the longtime San Francisco hardware store is back in business in a pop-up location a few doors from its original West Portal location. The temporary space on 2 West Portal Ave., which used to house the Peek-a-boo Factory children’s play … Continue reading Papenhausen Hardware Store Reopens in Pop-Up to Keep Workers Paid

7 Stills: An SFMade Success Story

As we mentioned in our previous post, SFMade is a great local organization, dedicated to rebuilding the Bay Area’s vibrant manufacturing sector. One of the big success stories of SFMade is Seven Stills, a thriving Bayview craft brewery and distillery, where talented brew masters explore the nearly miraculous transformation of beer into whiskey.  Due in … Continue reading 7 Stills: An SFMade Success Story

Be a #CRE Advocate, Not Just an Agent: SF Made

Be a #CRE Advocate, Not Just an Agent For TRI retail advisor Ross Portugeis, commercial real estate is about more than brick-and-mortar transactions. Ross is a passionate advocate for local entrepreneurs, and for sustainable growth of small business throughout the community. But these are challenging times in San Francisco’s overheated #CRE market and it takes … Continue reading Be a #CRE Advocate, Not Just an Agent: SF Made