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CORPORATE OFFICE PERSPECTIVES | DECEMBER 1, 2017

The San Francisco office market continues to sizzle, with recent announcements of Dropbox signing a reportedly 15-year lease for 736,000 square feet of office space and Facebook leasing 432,000 square feet. Meanwhile, we have more than 1 million of vacant Walnut Creek office space, 700,000 square feet vacant in Concord and another 1 million feet…

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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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Factoids about Colliers International

Factoids about Colliers International (my company) you probably didn’t know … 396 offices in 68 countries on 6 continents, $2.6 billion in annual revenue, 2 billion square feet under management, and 15,000 agents, brokers and staff.

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Recent Santa Clara real estate convention updates

At the 27th Annual Convention and Expo of the Santa Clara County Association of Realtors, the Chief economist of the National Association of Realtors stated that during the past five years 350,000 jobs have been created in the San Francisco – Oakland metro area and another 200,000 jobs were created in the San Jose metro…

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Calculating And Containing Occupancy Costs

“I’d like to spend just a few minutes on an overview of this morning’s topic before introducing our distinguished panelists and getting into the heart of the program. Until recently, it’s been a tenant’s market, and how many of us, before, in a market with 30% vacancy through skillful and astute negotiations were able to…

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