Silicon Valley submarket

  • AUGUST ISSUE: Tech’s Top Towns

    The impact of technology industry clients on commercial real estate markets is a well-known phenomenon, but ironically, the term may be something of a misnomer.

    National 30 July 2014 19:58
  • Zurich Alternative Buys 174-Unit M-F Complex in Silicon Valley for $87M

    Zurich Alternative Asset Management has grabbed a premier apartment community in San Jose with a premier price tag.

    West 24 July 2014 17:02
  • Madison Acquires Stake in Two-Property Portfolio in California

    By Alex Girda, Associate Editor Two Bay Area properties were the object of a recent stake acquisition by private equity firm, Madison International Realty. The company has moved on the market for a share of a two-building portfolio owned by a closed-end fund sponsored by Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management for an undisclosed fee. According [...]

    San Francisco 16 October 2013 23:09
  • R&D Property Trades Hands in Santa Clara; Last Milpitas Mervyns Completes Portfolio

    As commercial development in Silicon Valley runs rampant with huge new projects, existing properties also continue to drive investor interest, recent deals show. Foster Enterprises recently acquired an R&D building in Santa Clara, while Shapell Properties completed the acquisition of the last vacant Mervyns store in Milpitas for a fee of $12 million.

    San Francisco 26 September 2013 06:42
  • Cassidy Turley Incorporates Western Region Affiliates into Firm

    Following a trajectory it set for itself three years ago when the firm first launched, Cassidy Turley has merged its former affiliates in Arizona, Colorado, Northern California and San Diego into the firm, and all are now fully owned by the commercial real estate service provider.

    San Diego 23 September 2013 14:24
  • Google Leases Office Campus at Former Mall in Mountain View, Calif., from Rockwood, Four Corners

    Google is leasing 500,000 square feet – the largest lease signed so far this year in Silicon Valley – at the former Mayfield Mall in Mountain View, which is being repurposed by Rockwood Capital and Four Corners Properties into Class A office space.

    West 13 September 2013 14:26
  • Sprawling Office Development Plan Submitted for San Jose by Local Real Estate Gurus

    San Jose, the largest city in the booming region of Silicon Valley is set to receive its most ambitious office project after local development team, Peery Arillaga, submitted plans for a massive development initiative. The large amount of appeal brought to the area by the booming tech market could back up the company’s new proposal. As Apple continues work on its spaceship-like HQ in Cupertino, and Google continues its shopping spree for both office space and housing in Mountain View, and other major Silicon Valley tech names such as Facebook and LinkedIn continue their respective expansions, Peery Arillaga seems to be making the right move.

    San Francisco 11 September 2013 22:06

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