Tag: Mountain View

Groundbreaking for major Mountain View redevelopment

| August 24, 2011 | 3 Comments
Groundbreaking for major Mountain View redevelopment

The San Antonio Shopping Center has been a noteworthy part of the Mountain View landscape for decades, and, according to some, in the 1970’s was the highest volume retail center in the area. Major Department stores of the day shared the open-air mall with the memorably kitschy cuckoo-clock laden Menu Tree food court. Times change, […]

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New Report on Mountain View Submarket

| August 3, 2011 | 1 Comment

Mountain View has of late received national attention as a hub for start-up activity.  You can find my latest report on current conditions in this key submarket HERE.

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Town and Gown

| August 3, 2011 | 0 Comments

Last week, the Wall Street Journal ran a brief article focused on the City of Mountain View and their relationship with Google.  The interactions between city hall and the largest employer in town are perhaps a bit more complicated than usual given Google’s handful of ground leases of city-owned dirt. I frankly find the article […]

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Colliers International’s 2Q 2011 Market Report for the SF Peninsula

| July 28, 2011 | 0 Comments

Colliers International is pleased to release its 2Q 2011 Market Report for the SF Peninsula region. I hope that you find this information of value and would call your particular attention to the Office market overview, which I authored. Highlights: The Office vacancy rate for the Peninsula dropped nominally in the last quarter to 13.14%. […]

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Mid-year market review: My Office Market update for 2Q ’11

| July 21, 2011 | 1 Comment

Colliers will be releasing its 2Q 2011 Market report for the SF Peninsula shortly.  My article on the Office Market can be found below: The market recovery continues on the San Francisco Peninsula as we cross the mid point of 2011, and the Bay Area economically outperforms the rest of the nation.   Not only has […]

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