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Enough Deals to Go Around and Then Some

The Bay Area market continues to experience strong leasing activity, particularly in the northern Silicon Valley submarkets where high-quality, tech-focused space is available at more competitive rates and positive occupancy gains were posted for the 16th straight quarter.

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Tech Seeds Had No Place to Grow, Until Now

The proposed Woodland Research Park is envisioned as an innovation and technology hub where established and emerging companies can collaborate and grow in close proximity to research occurring at UC Davis.

If You Build Retail, They Will Come

Located in the historic district with a walkable plaza, Artist Walk mixed-use site near ACE and BART has 65% retail occupancy as the 185-unit community also commences leasing, learns in this EXCLUSIVE.

Assets with Fundamental Metrics and Growth Hit Bullseye

Several key Mid-Market projects have commenced and/or completed and properties that were vacant or underutilized are now filled with active tenants, which speaks to the economic goals put in place to revitalize the area, says Palmer in this EXCLUSIVE.

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Why the Need for Senior Housing is Growing

SAN DIEGO—With 10,000 people turning 65 every day for the next 19 years, lack of inventory will be a problem if developers don’t jump on it, SLIG’s Weston Harmer tells as the firm prepares to open a San Diego office.

HTA Closes on Duke’s Healthcare Dev. Platform

SCOTTSDALE, AZ—Joining Healthcare Trust of America is Duke Realty veteran Keith Konkoli, who will oversee the newly renamed HTA – Development business.

How Medical Users Are Getting Creative in a Tight Market

SAN DIEGO—The concept of timeshare space for smaller providers looking to cut overhead and avoid long-term lease commitments is starting to gain attention, C&W’s Travis Ives tells

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Waiting for That Growth Spurt

Without a doubt the cycle in winding down. At the same time there is a high level of uncertainty about economic policy. This could mean one of two very disparate things: The cycle might wind down faster than people expect. Or, this uncertainty and change will usher in a new phase of growth.

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