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Ten Capital targets tech for vacant Berkeley office building

Ten Capital Management is looking to flip 2015 Shattuck Ave., a seven-story, 50,000-square-foot office building in downtown Berkeley, into a hub for tech companies. The investment firm, with offices in San Francisco and [Read entire story]

Private preschool leases historic Mid-Market building in San Francisco

A new private pre-school is joining San Francisco’s Mid-Market revitalization. LePort Schools, a private school operator, is opening its first Northern California facility at 50 Fell St. The company, based in Orange [Read entire story]

Lovely debuts automatic rent payments

Lovely, the apartment rental search site, is expanding its footprint into offering an electronic rent payment service. The San Francisco company, launched in 2011, started with a focus of making apartment hunting [Read entire story]

Lovely debuts automatic rent payments

Lovely debuts automatic rent payments

Lovely, the apartment rental search site, is expanding its footprint into offering an electronic rent payment service. The San Francisco company, launched in 2011, started with a focus of making apartment hunting [Read entire story]

Heitman snaps up Parkside Towers in Foster City

Chicago investment firm Heitman is the new owner of Parkside Towers in Foster City, a 400,000-square-foot office complex it bought from Harvest Properties and Invesco Real Estate. Terms of the Heitman deal were not [Read entire story]

Heitman snaps up Parkside Towers in Foster City

Heitman snaps up Parkside Towers in Foster City

Chicago investment firm Heitman is the new owner of Parkside Towers in Foster City, a 400,000-square-foot office complex it bought from Harvest Properties and Invesco Real Estate. Terms of the Heitman deal were not [Read entire story]

Bridge Housing kicks off Oakland project near Lake Merritt

Bridge Housing kicks off Oakland project near Lake Merritt

Affordable-housing developer Bridge Housing started construction on AvéVista, a 68-unit apartment building at 460 Grand Ave. in Oakland — one of several projects the developer expects to break ground on this [Read entire story]

Another developer dives into industrial market with building in Fremont

Another speculative industrial development is coming to the East Bay. Panattoni Development Co. and partner Principal Real Estate Investors plan to tear down a 51,162-square-foot facility on 9.3 acres to make room for a [Read entire story]

Another developer dives into industrial market with building in Fremont

Another developer dives into industrial market with building in Fremont

Another speculative industrial development is coming to the East Bay. Panattoni Development Co. and partner Principal Real Estate Investors plan to tear down a 51,162-square-foot facility on 9.3 acres to make room for a [Read entire story]

S.F. condo prices higher than houses, at least for January

S.F. condo prices higher than houses, at least for January

If you’re looking for a deal on a new home in San Francisco, forget about buying a condo. The median price for a condo or tenancy-in-common unit in San Francisco hit $950,000 in January, a 24.6 percent year-over-year [Read entire story]

First tenant buzzes into Signature Development’s the Hive in Oakland

First tenant buzzes into Signature Development's the Hive in Oakland

Impact Hub Oakland is the first tenant to move into the Hive, an office, retail and housing development that Signature Development Group is building in Oakland. Impact Hub, a co-working community, took 16,000 square [Read entire story]

Downtown Hayward sports new retail leasing, new streets

The opening of Big 5 Sporting Goods in downtown Hayward last November signaled more than a national retailer kicking off another store — it showed that the city’s efforts to breathe life into its downtown were [Read entire story]

Downtown Hayward sports new retail leasing, new streets

The opening of Big 5 Sporting Goods in downtown Hayward last November signaled more than a national retailer kicking off another store — it showed that the city’s efforts to breathe life into its downtown were [Read entire story]

Downtown Hayward sports new retail leasing, new streets

Downtown Hayward sports new retail leasing, new streets

The opening of Big 5 Sporting Goods in downtown Hayward last November signaled more than a national retailer kicking off another store — it showed that the city’s efforts to breathe life into its downtown were [Read entire story]

How other tech hubs compare to San Francisco

The tech sector is launching booms in different cities throughout the country — not just in San Francisco — in nearby places like San Jose and Oakland and farther cities like Raleigh, N.C., Seattle, Boston and [Read entire story]

How other tech hubs compare to San Francisco

How other tech hubs compare to San Francisco

The tech sector is launching booms in different cities throughout the country — not just in San Francisco — in nearby places like San Jose and Oakland and farther cities like Raleigh, N.C., Seattle, Boston and [Read entire story]

Ramsell Corp. sells Oakland headquarters to San Francisco investor

Ramsell Corp. sells Oakland headquarters to San Francisco investor

Ramsell Corp., a provider of medical and drug rehabilitation services, recently sold and leased back a 27,099-square-foot building in at 200 Webster St. in Jack London Square in Oakland. The buyer, San Francisco-based [Read entire story]

Westcore Properties locks in four industrial leases in the East Bay

Westcore Properties inked four deals totaling more than 100,000 square feet of industrial leasing in the East Bay. The San Diego-based investor owns 2.5 million square feet of commercial space in the Bay Area including [Read entire story]

Westcore Properties locks in four industrial leases in the East Bay

Westcore Properties locks in four industrial leases in the East Bay

Westcore Properties inked four deals totaling more than 100,000 square feet of industrial leasing in the East Bay. The San Diego-based investor owns 2.5 million square feet of commercial space in the Bay Area including [Read entire story]

Equity Residential loves Emeryville and Berkeley "cool factor"

Equity Residential loves Emeryville and Berkeley "cool factor"

Construction crews are busy hammering away on the Parkside, a 176-unit apartment building at the corner of Hollis and Powell streets in Emeryville. Developer Equity Residential expects to start leasing units this summer [Read entire story]