Tag: Peninsula

Peninsula Market Update, 2Q 2014

| July 11, 2014 | 0 Comments
Peninsula Market Update, 2Q 2014

Our 2Q 2014 Market report and forecast for the SF Peninsula is available HERE.  My article on the Office market follows: At the midpoint of 2014, the accelerated tech-driven shows no signs of easing, as vacancies in the most sought after locations plunge to record lows and lease rates reach their highest point in over […]

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Peninsula Market update, 1Q 2014

| April 15, 2014 | 0 Comments
Peninsula Market update, 1Q 2014

  Our 1Q 2014 market report is available HERE. If you are a regular reader of our quarterly reports, you may notice some inconsistencies in the vacancy rate in a few submarkets– notably Palo Alto where, by our reports, the vacancy rate took a nose dive in the past 3 months.  This is due to […]

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Colliers Q4 2013 SF Peninsula Market Report and Forecast

| January 13, 2014 | 1 Comment
Colliers Q4 2013 SF Peninsula Market Report and Forecast

Our SF Peninsula Market Report and Forecast for Q4 2013 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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Peninsula Market update, 4Q 2013

| January 9, 2014 | 0 Comments
Peninsula Market update, 4Q 2013

Our 4Q 2013 market report will be released very shortly. My article on the state of the Office market follows: By any measure, 2013 was a great year for the SF Peninsula commercial real estate market. A substantial drop in the vacancy rate, coupled with steady rent growth and solid absorption has led to increased […]

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Top 10 SF Peninsula Commercial Real Estate Stories for 2013

| January 6, 2014 | 0 Comments
Top 10 SF Peninsula Commercial Real Estate Stories for 2013

What a year.  Here’s my take on the Top Commercial Real Estate stories for 2013 from the SF Peninsula: Yeah, Google. Again: Cutting the largest lease deal on the Peninsula this year wasn’t enough. Google’s major land grab in Palo Alto turned heads too.  Seems our favorite local search engine behemoth was one of the biggest players […]

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