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Bay Area Home Sales Slow, Except In San Francisco

Bay Area Home Sales Slow, Except In San Francisco

While Bay Area home sales were down 12.9 percent on a year-over-year basis last month, the slowest March in terms of sales volume since 2008, recorded home sales were up 8.2 percent on a year-over-year basis in San Francisco as contracts in a number of new condo buildings started... Read More »

Massive 31-Acre Tech Campus In San Jose Approved, But For Whom?

Massive 31-Acre Tech Campus In San Jose Approved, But For Whom?

A ten-building tech campus with over 2 million square feet of office space and room for 10,000 employees has been approved to rise on a 31-acre parcel in North San Jose, bordering Highway 101 along Brokaw Road, a half mile from the San Jose airport. While developer Peery-Arrillaga says... Read More »

Google Owns Over 10% Of Mountain View And Plans To Expand

Google Owns Over 10% Of Mountain View And Plans To Expand

Including 42 acres upon which Google has proposed to build a 1.2 million square foot Bay View campus (click to enlarge), Google now controls 250 parcels in Mountain View and owns over ten percent of the city’s taxable property, all of which The Verge has mapped. Google’s stated plans... Read More »

Silicon Valley’s Biggest Tech Campuses As Self-Contained Cities

Silicon Valley’s Biggest Tech Campuses As Self-Contained Cities

The premise: With tech workers flocking to San Francisco seeking the urban environment that Silicon Valley lacks, what might it look like if a few of the largest tech campuses south of San Francisco replaced their parking lots and select open spaces with enough high-density housing to support all... Read More »

Bay Area Million Dollar Homes Sales Jump, East Bay Jumps The Most

The number of California homes that sold for a million dollars or more rose to 39,175 last year, the highest level since 2007 when the number totaled 42,505, but 28 percent fewer than the all-time high of 54,773 in 2005. A quarter of the sales were all-cash transactions. In... Read More »

Bay Area Commercial Boom: San Francisco Second To Santa Clara

Spending on commercial real estate construction activity around the Bay Area this year is expected to top the record $6 billion mark set in 2000 and could reach as high as $6.7 billion by the end of 2013. The Bay Area County with the most commercial construction activity is... Read More »

Bay Area Rents Climb, East Bay Jumps 10 Percent In 3 Months

While the vacancy rate for apartments throughout the Bay Area has ticked up from 3.1 to 3.9 percent, according to Cassidy Turley the average rent has ticked up from $1,851 to $1,897 a month, two percent below its first quarter peak of $1,941. The average rent in San Francisco... Read More »

What Would You Do With 57 Acres 20 Minutes From SF And SFO?

What Would You Do With 57 Acres 20 Minutes From SF And SFO?

A twenty minute drive south from the heart of San Francisco and twenty minutes from SFO, a 57-acre parcel overlooking the Pacific Ocean in Pacifica is on the market with a “suggested offering price” of $6 million and offers due by November 15. The marketing notes an “opportunity for... Read More »

Silicon Valley Rents Remain Up But Pressure Is Building

The average monthly rent for an apartment in a complex with 50 or more units in Santa Clara County remains up 8.1 percent year-over-year with rents in San Jose averaging $2,105 a month, up $26 in the third quarter. With a backlog of new developments hitting the market in... Read More »

Apple’s iCon-ic Campus 2 Approved By Cupertino’s City Council

Apple’s iCon-ic Campus 2 Approved By Cupertino’s City Council

The Cupertino City Council has unanimously approved Apple’s plans for the 175-acre Apple Campus 2, at the center of which the circular 2.8-million square foot “iCon” building designed by Foster + Partners will rise. Having already been endorsed by Cupertino’s Planning Commission, the former Hewlett Packard (HP) campus site... Read More »