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Home Depot plans to reduce electricity usage

Home Depot will be taking 50 of its stores and installing 1,000 solar panels on each roof, which is expected to reduce electricity by 30-35%, and six of these will use Tesla Power packs to store and dispatch additional power. (Buildings, October 1, 2017)

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CORPORATE OFFICE PERSPECTIVES | AUGUST 1, 2017

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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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 | OCTOBER 1, 2015

This month, on October 11th, marks the beginning of my 40th year of leasing and selling San Francisco East Bay office space and buildings. I’ve seen so very many brokers come and go, leave brokerage for the lure of huge profits in development or, conversely, job security and salary in banking or other related fields,…

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