Tag: Palo Alto

Market Update for June

| June 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

We don’t aggregate data for the Peninsula market area on a monthly basis, but our research team does provide great snapshots with some data that I find useful.  A few highlights, and links to our current reports: San Mateo County is essentially the Peninsula minus its strongest submarkets (Palo Alto and Mtn View).   Without […]

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Addition to the downtown Palo Alto landscape

| May 24, 2012 | 0 Comments
Addition to the downtown Palo Alto landscape

It’s never a surprise to see a controversy swirling around a development project in Palo Alto, particularly in the downtown core.  The new Gateway building approved on the border of the downtown area was certainly no exception.  The Lytton Gateway project will bring a high-end, modern office building to a site that has long housed […]

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This months snapshot of key submarkets

| May 4, 2012 | 3 Comments

Once again, our research staff has delivered some very useful snapshots of some important local submarkets.  Downtown Palo Alto was really where the local market recovery started a few years back– but rents there have show no growth there in over six months, despite virtually no vacancy.  This market has almost certainly topped out. Downtown […]

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1Q 2012 update on the SF Peninsula Commercial Real Estate Market

| April 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

We will be releasing our Market Report for 1Q 2012 shortly.  My article on the Office Market follows: It would not be realistic to expect the San Francisco Peninsula commercial real estate market to open 2012 at the same fevered pace seen during the prior year.  The local market – very much in keeping with […]

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Does Palo Alto have the appetite to eat its last industrial pocket?

| February 14, 2012 | 0 Comments
Does Palo Alto have the appetite to eat its last industrial pocket?

The City of Palo Alto is in the early stages of studying the potential redevelopment of a pocket of small industrial buildings (end of the article covers the proposal I’m referencing here) on the south corner of town- one of the last little islands of industrial properties in that city. No doubt inspired by the […]

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