Tag: California

Top 10 Markets to Watch: Multifamily Outlook


Since the Multifamily sector seems to remain a hot topic a month into the new year, we decided to take PwC’s “Top 10 Markets to Watch” and analyze the outlook of multifamily for each individual market. Disclaimer: While the order of…

Commercial Real Estate Week-in-Review


Week-in-Review for January 16th – 22nd Microsoft Seeks to Buy, Expand Longtime Silicon Valley Campus: Microsoft Executive Vice President Qi Lu announced Thursday for plans to renovate and expand its 15 year long standing campus in Mountain View, CA. Expansion plans…

Industry Spotlight: Santa Clara University Purchases $25 Million Building in Neighboring City


Deal: Santa Clara University has purchased a 132,000 square foot building in San Jose for $25 million this past week. The online retailer Zazzle Inc. has occupied the building since 2010 and has a lease running until August 2017, making the…

Top 10 Most Expensive Streets in America


Today we are focusing on the top 10 most expensive streets in America as listed by JLL. 10. Newport Center Drive (Orange County) With an average rent priced at $51.72 per square feet, Newport Center comes in at number 10 on the…

Top 10 U.S. States with the Most Private CRE Offerings


SEC Regulation D, as instituted a couple years ago under the authority of the JOBS Act, has certainly changed the CRE investment landscape. Crowdfunding and upstart traditional funds alike are having a significant impact on which projects and which markets…

Commercial Real Estate Videos of the Week

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Independent Lodging Congress Preview… Elizabeth Braman of CRE crowdfunding platform Realty Mogul discusses her company’s approach to hospitality capital (part 1). Farmland REIT Gladsone Land on how the company is weathering California’s severe drought:

National Spotlight: Huge Influx of New Resi Inventory in SoCal


National Spotlight: Huge Influx of New Resi Inventory in SoCal  Place: Ventura County, CA, north of Los Angeles Project: California-based agriculture and real estate development firm Limoneira plans to capitalize on strong LA-area residential demand with the development of as many…

Don’t Panic! Okay, Maybe Panic a Little Bit


On Tuesday, as I’m sure many of you know, a 4.0 earthquake struck the San Francisco Bay Area. Other than some hairline cracks in plaster walls, and maybe a few agitated house pets, the damage, thankfully, was minimal.  Since it occurred at 6:49…

Top 10 Least Millennial-Friendly Markets in the U.S.

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Bloomberg published an article a while back that highlighted the U.S. cities “where millennials can’t afford a home.” Before I touch on that article, I want to draw your attention to another article that came out recently, this time in the Huffington…