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Monthly market snapshots for August

| August 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

Our research department has just released its monthly submarket snapshots for downtown Palo Alto,  Redwood City and San Mateo.   Despite a bit of a slowdown in the broader markets over the past quarter, all of these core locations remain solid. If you haven’t yet checked out our Q2 2012 Market Report and Forecast for the Peninsula, it can be found […]

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Colliers Q2 2012 SF Peninsula Market Report and Forecast

| July 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

Our SF Peninsula Market Report and Forecast for Q2 2012 is now available.  I would like to call your attention to the Office market report, which I authored. You can download the report HERE

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Core downtown markets remain tight

| July 12, 2012 | 1 Comment

Our Q2 2011 market report for the SF Peninsula will be out in a few days- and you can preview my article on the office market HERE. The downtown, rail-served downtown submarkets up and down the Peninsula are still major drivers.   Our various submarket reports show that downtown Palo Alto, Redwood City and San Mateo […]

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State of the local commercial real estate market, mid-2012

| July 12, 2012 | 1 Comment
State of the local commercial real estate market, mid-2012

Colliers International will be releasing its 2Q 2012 Market Report for the SF Peninsula region in the next several days. My article on the Office market follows: The San Francisco Peninsula and surrounding metro area continues its position at the lead of an improving national economy and commercial real estate market.    While the market, it […]

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New Gateway building for downtown Mountain View

| July 12, 2012 | 0 Comments
New Gateway building for downtown Mountain View

I’ve had a lot of friends ask me over the last few years, ‘what’s up with that old house next to Chez TJ?’  A dilapidated structure, adjacent to one of the best restaurants in Northern California as one of the first thing one encounters when entering a nice downtown is, well, a bit odd.  Combine […]

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