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Intel: enhancing the office environment

Intel has a short online video showing how tech can enhance the office environment. It starts where an app tells the driver what parking spaces are available, sensors scan the employee, allowing access through security, the smartphone telling you which desk is yours for the day (or hour), and on and on. A little scary…

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Facebook is working on an expansion

Facebook is working on an expansion of its’ Menlo Park campus to include 1.75 million square feet of offices, 1,500 housing units, 125,000 sf of retail space as well as a cultural and visitor center. This Willow Campus will be open and accessible to the community. (Bay Area News Group, July 7, 2017)

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The one word to describe the San Francisco Bay Area commercial real estate market, encompassing office, multifamily and investments is “unbelievable”! Major office and apartment buildings are trading at record prices, office leasing is still robust although we have a lot of supply coming on-stream in San Francisco, and the big tech companies continue to…

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The Fourth Industrial Revolution

The Fourth Industrial Revolution: Self-driving trucks will create change in warehouse distribution design, aerial drones may be a partial solution to technology and distribution (BuiltWorlds has created a city in China where loading docks are on roofs to accommodate drones), not all distribution centers can be automated, and robotics is increasing productivity that bring the…

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Another Google expansion!

Google just announced its plans to build a new downtown San Jose office campus of between 6 and 8 million square feet. WOW! Google officially stated bringing anywhere from 15,000 to 20,000 employees to this campus, but at a “tech” ratio of 6/1000 density, this project could accommodate as many as 48,000 employees. Think of…

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