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
Credit Karma agrees to lease in new downtown Oakland office tower By GEORGE AVALOS | email@example.com | Bay Area News GroupPUBLISHED: April 10, 2019 at 1:54 pm | UPDATED: April 11, 2019 at 1:09 pm The Key at 12th project, including a new office tower and the historic Key System Building at 1100 Broadway in downtown Oakland, concept. A downtown Oakland office … Continue reading Credit Karma Will Expand to Downtown Oakland, Keep HQ in SF
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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
TRI Commercial Releases Findings in Q4 2018 Office Research Report Article Published: January 29, 2019, The Registry SACRAMENTO (January 28, 2019) – Sacramento witnessed a steady decline in vacant space during this most recent economic cycle and reported 10.16% at the end of 2018. The current vacancy rate is now in line with national vacancy for the first time since 2012. “The … Continue reading Sacramento Office Market Witnessed Steady Growth in 2018
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By Andrew Jaffe The U.S. office market is in a healthy state of equilibrium, with vacancies in the low teens and net absorption levels that are keeping pace with new development. But the solid state of the overall market isn’t shared equally across the board. Some cities, and some neighborhoods within cities, are attracting new residents … Continue reading Back-filling Office Space in Class B and C Locations