Companies interested in leasing, subleasing, purchasing or selling office space in the Bay Area

California Office leasing


Double-dipping – office Landlords generally have an annual rental increase, which in our region is a 3% per year rent bump, and there is also an operating expense pass-through increase, which usually takes the base year or first year of the lease as a benchmark and then the tenant pays their prorata share of any…

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A few weeks ago I presented a forecast of where our commercial real estate market is headed in 2018 and beyond at an event hosted by RINA Accountancy and Chicago Deferred Exchange Company. In summary, San Francisco has been off the charts, with 9.5 million square feet of gross office absorption, 2.2 million feet coming…

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Commercial Real Estate Forecast 2018

Presentation given at Scott’s restaurant by Jeffrey S. Weil, Colliers International on January 16, 2018 Referred Resources: Emerging Trends in Real Estate Walnut Creek development projects Building the Office of the Future Welcome to the Amazon Games Big, bold … and broken: is the US shopping mall in a fatal decline? Commercial Real Estate Outlook:…

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Take the Misery Out of Moving

There are several things you should know to make this major project go as smoothly as possible. Relocating a small business, even a two-person office, is a time-consuming job that requires careful planning. Although many people who have had to move would hesitate to wish such a fate on their worst enemies, much can be…

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Campsyte’s outdoor coworking space

It might not work in Phoenix during July or August when it’s 115 degrees, or in Minnesota in January, but in San Francisco Campsyte has launched its’ outdoor coworking space concept, turning underutilized parking lots into shared workstations, with printing, Wi-Fi, free  coffee and beer on tap, and for private meetings there are vintage trailers.…

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