SAN FRANCISCO—“There are industries at the cusp of technological change—including education that will certainly be greatly affected by electronic distribution of content. San Francisco and the Bay Area will be at the forefront of all of these new advances.” That is according to Ken Rosen, chairman of Rosen Consulting Group and chairman of the Fisher center for Real Estate and Urban Economics, at a recent Cushman & Wakefield economic presentation held last week at the Four Seasons Hotel.

In attendance were nearly 500 people, including Joe Cook, Cushman & Wakefield‘s COO of US Markets, John Cushman III, co-chairman of Cushman & Wakefield’s coard and a crowd of primarily commercial real estate professionals from all corners of Northern California.

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