Tag: Palo Alto

Bubble popping in downtown Palo Alto? No.

| December 17, 2012 | 1 Comment
Bubble popping in downtown Palo Alto?  No.

Our latest batch of monthly submarket snapshots is now available– click HERE to download Our Downtown Palo Alto stats are interesting enough that I’ve posted a little more drilled down version of our typical monthly snapshot.  A quick look at these stats shows a relatively drastic increase in vacancies and a corresponding dip in asking rates in what is […]

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Monthly update on the Peninsula and some key Submarkets

| November 6, 2012 | 0 Comments

I’ve just posted our latest snapshots for downtown Palo Alto, Redwood City and San Mateo to Opinion of Value’s Market Information page. While downtown Palo Alto registered what I consider an inconsequential bump in vacancy, these downtown cores have remained pretty stable over the course of the year. We’ve also just released our monthly snapshot […]

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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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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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TechCrunch: There’s No More Room In Silicon Valley

| June 27, 2012 | 1 Comment

Quite a bit of discussion in the market about the perceived competition between Silicon Valley and San Francisco for the title of Start-up Central.   An article in TechCrunch this week has continued the discussion but I think has created a false impression of where the broader Silicon Valley office leasing market sits at the moment. […]

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