About This Thought LeaderThe Allen Matkins - UCLA Forecast twice a year gives an outlook on the state of commercial real estate development in California. It touches on the office, multifamily and industrial sectors and gives takes on the Los Angeles, Bay Area, San Diego and Inland Empire Markets.
Cautious Optimism for CA CRE
LOS ANGELES-Commercial real estate in California is doing well, but there is cautious optimism for the development future of the office sector, according to the Allen Matkins/UCLA Forecast for Winter/Spring 2013.Read More
California Development Climate Keeps Improving
LOS ANGELES-California's commercial real estate market continues to improve. Once again we bring you the Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast that surveys industry experts (and GlobeSt.com readers) on how they see development shaping up in years to come. According to the survey, all major office markets in the state are tightening. Silicon Valley and San Francisco continue to lead the way, but markets in the southern part of the state are seen improving as well. The report also focuses on the industrial and multifamily sectors of the industry in the state. Developer sentiment in these areas is favorable as well. Click below to view the full report.Read More
Get the Latest on CA Development Trends
California development is definitely looking better than it did a couple of years ago. The most recent Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast showed that more than half of the real estate professionals they surveyed had some stage of commercial real estate development plans in the pipeline. Right now the hottest market in the state is the Silicon Valley because of the strong technology industry that region is known for. Additionally, Los Angeles and San Diego have a positive outlook as well. The Bay Area's East Bay will take some time to recover, though. Click below to view the full report.Read More
About Allen Matkins - UCLA Forecast
Allen Matkins real estate attorneys are widely recognized for their expertise in all manner of real estate transactions. Nearly half of the work our firm performs revolves around real estate matters. The real estate group, with roughly 120 attorneys, is the largest such department of transactional real estate lawyers in the nation. Each of these attorneys devotes their expertise and time to real estate-related matters. Given the depth of experience that our real estate lawyers possess, the range and breadth of our industry contacts, and our understanding of the varied marketplaces in which our clients do business, we are uniquely able to bring a "market-aware," result-oriented approach to our clients' real estate transactions. The value we add to each transaction results in a high level of client satisfaction.