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Colliers International:   Q3 2015 Top Office Metros Snapshot

Colliers International: Q3 2015 Top Office Metros Snapshot

| November 5, 2015 | 0 Comments

Collier International has released its newest office research product -The Top U.S. Office Metros Snapshot. This one page document serves as a quarterly summary of the largest 10 U.S. office metros (Manhattan, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Dallas, the San Francisco Bay Area, Houston, Atlanta, Los Angeles County, Boston and Seattle. Key Findings include: Metro office vacancies […]

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Peninsula Market Update, 3Q 15

Peninsula Market Update, 3Q 15

| October 19, 2015 | 0 Comments

Our 3Q 2015 Market report and forecast for the SF Peninsula is available HERE.  A preview of my article on the Office market follows: The office vacancy rate on the Greater San Francisco Peninsula (includes San Mateo County, Palo Alto, Mountain View, and Los Altos) continues to find new historic lows, closing the third quarter of […]

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Peninsula Market Update, 2Q 2015

Peninsula Market Update, 2Q 2015

| July 10, 2015 | 0 Comments

Our 2Q 2015 Market report and forecast for the SF Peninsula is available HERE.  My article on the Office market follows: At the midpoint of 2015, the seemingly bottomless tech boom has placed the local commercial real estate market in its strongest position in a generation.    Lease rates continue to defy gravity and users find […]

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Best CRE lease in Mountain View this year

| June 24, 2015 | 0 Comments

The impending demolition of a small path-of-development industrial building isn’t something that is going to pop onto everyone’s radar. But given the pending redevelopment of their existing building, I was  glad to hear about the Pear Avenue Theatre’s upcoming relocation. A serious and often underappreciated downside of a strong market is the very pronounced negative impact on non-profit organizations […]

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SF Business Times: Sublease Tsunami

| May 29, 2015 | 0 Comments

Cory Weinberg of the SF Business Times has been tracking the pipeline of office space available via sublease for a while– and with good cause, as this is a great bit of data that can indicate the future direction of a market. In his latest blurb, he outlines the recent spike in Sublease space seen […]

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