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City picks finalists to develop massive housing site in South San Francisco

City officials in South San Francisco are narrowing the list of candidates vying to build out a 6-acre housing site in the city’s core.  The city put out a call for interested developers earlier this year that netted [Read entire story]

CBRE Group snaps up tech-focused San Francisco brokerage

With a star-studded roster of technology clients, San Francisco-based Custom Spaces sold itself to CBRE Group Inc. (NYSE:CBG), the Los Angeles commercial real estate behemoth. Terms of the deal weren't [Read entire story]

North Bay housing costs likely to spike after wildfires, economist says

With roughly 4,000 homes destroyed by wildfire, the North Bay has lost a sizeable chunk of its housing stock in what was already a tight home market. That loss is likely to boost home and rental prices immediately, said [Read entire story]

North Bay housing costs likely to spike after wildfires, economist says

With roughly 4,000 homes destroyed by wildfire, the North Bay has lost a sizeable chunk of its housing stock in what was already a tight home market. That loss is likely to boost home and rental prices immediately, said [Read entire story]

Longtime landlord busts the myth that Sand Hill Road has lost its luster

For the past five or six years, Gary Wimmer has been informed numerous times that Sand Hill Road is history. Irrelevant. Past its prime. Out to pasture.  Wimmer, who runs the Ford Land Co., the original developer and a [Read entire story]

Developers kick off 110 pre-fab homes, half-affordable, half-market-rate, in East Oakland next to Coliseum BART

The $53 million, 110-unit apartment complex will incorporate pre-fabricated apartments and townhomes in East Oakland. [Read entire story]

Stanford offers faculty luxury Palo Alto homes at discount prices, but there’s a catch

Stanford faculty can buy a brand new home at about half the cost of comparable homes in Palo Alto. [Read entire story]

Developers propose high-rise condo tower in San Francisco’s Tenderloin

The site of a Thai restaurant could become a 15-story condo tower in the middle of a rapidly changing part of the Tenderloin. [Read entire story]

$100 million Oakland empire built on EB-5 investor visas goes into decline

Oakland businessman Tom Henderson had grand ambitions to create 2,000 jobs and win green cards for 215 foreign investors in the process. Now it’s all unraveling. [Read entire story]

San Francisco investment sales up 73 percent in 2017 as investors drop $6 billion on Bay Area commercial real estate

Investor appetite for commercial real estate is strong as buyers ink $6 billion worth of deals during the first half of 2017. [Read entire story]

Here’s where apartment rents are still climbing — and dropping — in San Francisco

Even though rents have flattened on average in San Francisco, some neighborhoods — mostly on the outskirts of town — are still experiencing significant growth, according to Zumper, an apartment search [Read entire story]

How new state laws will help solve the Bay Area housing crisis

A number of housing-related state law proposals are moving forward — the first steps toward reforms and new funding sources. [Read entire story]

Why developers are taking longer to lease up new apartment buildings

With new apartment inventory doubling during the past three years, Bay Area landlords face stiff competition to win tenants. [Read entire story]

New owners revive Oakland’s iconic Tribune Tower

Harvest Properties promises to end the Tribune Tower's decade of unstable ownership to revamp one of Oakland's most recognizable buildings. [Read entire story]

Exclusive: Delta Dental inks deal for new San Francisco headquarters

After three decades in the same building at 100 First St. in San Francisco, Delta Dental plans to move its headquarters across the street. [Read entire story]

Menlo Park open to new housing on Stanford site — but no kids, please

Stanford University is close to securing approval for a development on 8.4 acres in downtown Menlo Park. [Read entire story]

Why Uber made a U-turn en route to Oakland (Video)

Uber's decision to buy instead of leasing office space in Oakland was a questionable move from the start. [Read entire story]

Oakland comes out ahead despite Uber’s exit

Since 2015, Oakland took a ride to prosperity in part thanks to Uber's commitment to the city. Will the ride continue? [Read entire story]

Why Uber made a U-turn en route to Oakland (Video)

News that Uber Technologies Inc. plans to sell its Oakland office property has upended its previously announced commitment and employee relocation to the city. Uber tempered that claim Friday, saying it could consider [Read entire story]

Exclusive: Uber looks to sell its massive Oakland office property

Uber is seeking to sell the former Sears department store it is rehabbing in Oakland and will vacate offices on San Francisco's Market Street to consolidate in Mission Bay. [Read entire story]