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CORPORATE OFFICE PERSPECTIVES | FEBRUARY 1, 2017

A few weeks ago, I gave a Forecast 2017 presentation at Scott’s Walnut Creek restaurant. Bottom line is we are in a great shape for the most part, with the San Francisco office market still robust. Annual full-service rents range is from $75 to $110/square foot, and tech sublease space gets snatched up by other…

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CORPORATE OFFICE PERSPECTIVES | DECEMBER 1, 2016

The Millennials are coming on strong, and they want flexibility, freedom and fun; mobile devices rule, texting may be preferred to a phone call, collaboration, work hard, play hard, and who cares about having a workstation let alone a private office. Yet, office space is here to stay, in one form or another, as the…

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another Google purchase

Google recently paid $225 million for a 750,000 sf office complex in Mountain View where it has been leasing space since 2013. (Silicon Valley Business Journal, September 26, 2016)

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high-tech employees are taking space

How many employees does the combined workforce of Google, Apple, Facebook, and Salesforce have in the Bay Area? 100,000? 200,000? Facebook received final approval for the 58-acre development in Menlo Park for a 962,400 square foot office complex. Along with this, it will be a 200-room hotel and employee amenities one expects at a high-tech…

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LeEco? Wow!

It started with the huge announcement last week by Tesla with their 4.8 million square foot Fremont, California expansion. And now LeEco, a Chinese technology company, wants to beat out Apple, Google and Samsung by becoming a market leader in smart phones, big screen TVs among other things, even an electric car. They just spent…

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