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  • Google Formally Submits Plans for 80-Acre Diridon Station Development 10/11/2019
    By Meghan Hall What has been years in the making is finally coming to fruition, and Google’s efforts for its talked about Diridon Station development have been solidified through the submittal of a formal project application to the City of San Jose. The proposal, submitted on October 10th, would redevelop nearly 80-acres, and shows slight […]
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  • Retail Double Whammy 10/11/2019
    By John Cumbelich The suburban shopping center business is not in crisis. But the simultaneous presence of two unsettling dynamics in the industry are unraveling once proven assets, and stunting new development. The first of these ailments is the interruption (or is it the termination?) of the anchor tenant roll-outs that were the single most important catalyst […]
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  • PSAI Realty Partners Buys The Atrium in Emeryville for $50.75MM 10/11/2019
    (EDITOR’S NOTE: According to public records filed with the county, the seller, Portland, Ore.-based Gerding Edlen, sold the property on September 18, 2019 to PSAI Realty Partners for $50,750,000, or roughly $401 per square foot.) Emeryville, CA – Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) is pleased to announce the sale of The Atrium located at 1650 65th Street. The 126,509 square foot […]
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  • In the Midst of an Urban Environment, Mason on Mariposa Strives to Create True Neighborhood Feel 10/11/2019
    By Meghan Hall Potrero Hill is one of San Francisco’s most popular neighborhoods, and with its mix of Victorian-era homes and condominiums and parks, is a bit of a break from the highly urban environment of downtown San Francisco. Related California, the developer behind the 239-unit Mason on Mariposa, hopes to provide its new residents […]
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  • Advancing Women in CRE: The CREW Network Celebrates 30 Years 10/11/2019
    By Meghan Hall Traditionally, the commercial real estate industry has been structured in such a way that incorporating new — and increasingly diverse — talent has been difficult. Knowledge of the industry and its workings are often passed down through interactions with those already in commercial real estate as opposed to educational institutions or youth […]
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