The New Normal? Bay Area Property Managers Reckon With Shut-Off Fallout

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

TRI Commercial Leases in San Francisco’s South Financial District

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

West Portal Worries

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

2019 TRI Companywide Meeting

Over 100 agents, property managers, and admin personnel turned out last week for our companywide meeting at the Falls Event Center in Roseville. TRI President, Thomas Martindale Walnut Creek Office Manager, Edward Del BeccaroTRI CFO, Andrew MurbachTRI Owner, Charles Wall Exciting developments were highlighted during President Thomas Martindale’s opening remarks, including the addition of the … Continue reading 2019 TRI Companywide Meeting

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