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Broker’s Report: Fremont Market Conditions ‘Advantageous for Tenants’

The Bay Area real estate landscape is much like a puzzle with different submarkets acting as individual pieces, each playing their own role in this dynamic economy. The Fremont submarket continues to remain favorable for tenants as slow leasing condition…
The Bay Area real estate landscape is much like a puzzle with differe… its kind to be built since 2000. Relating real estate forecasts to the weather http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2013/12/brokers-report-fremont-market-conditions-advantageous-tenants

Broker’s Report: Is Fremont a Retail-friendly Community?

Yes. But, as a commercial real estate broker specializing in retail leasing, I might have been uncertain about the answer just a few years ago. Major demographic shifts occurring over the past decade and new retail offerings not keeping pace resulted in F…
as a commercial real estate broker specializing in retail leasing http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2014/02/brokers-report-fremont-retail-friendly-community

Another Best Year for Silicon Valley

Having three “best” years in a row is no small feat, but the annual Cornish & Carey forecast event on January 21 provided an opportunity to reflect on the broad-based factors contributing to Silicon Valley’s success, and the corresponding hopefulness that…
e than in previous booms. Starting with the real estate data that Cornish http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2015/02/another-best-year-silicon-valley

Real Estate Opportunities for Makers and Small-Scale Manufacturing

When we first met Ilana Preuss from Recast City at the ULI conference in San Francisco last fall, we knew that Fremont could benefit from her expertise integrating manufacturing space for small-scale producers into revitalized neighborhoods. The following…
http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2016/08/real-estate-opportunities-makers-and-small-scale-manufacturing

ULI/PWC Real Estate Trends Report Suggests a “Long Glide Path to a Soft Landing”

The ever-present question about how long we can expect the good economy to last seems more pressing than ever. And where better to explore that question that at the Fall convening of the Urban Land Institute in Downtown Los Angeles? While this year’s ULI…
s ULI Real Estate Trends forecast doesn…positioned retail real estate assets. http://www.thinksiliconvalley.com/blog/2017/11/ulipwc-real-estate-trends-report-suggests-long-glide-path-soft-landing