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Exclusive: Why Cisco is Shedding Massive Milpitas Campus

By Janice Bitters, Silicon Valley Business Journal   Cisco Systems is letting go of more than 471,000 square feet of leased office space split between three buildings in Milpitas as it spends millions of dollars on its San Jose headquarters. The decision to shed the space by the end of the year has prompted landlord Hudson Pacific [...]

By | April 1st, 2017|In the News|Comments Off on Exclusive: Why Cisco is Shedding Massive Milpitas Campus

Burlingame Point: The Peninsula’s Largest Office/R&D Development

By Blau Journal -  International acclaimed developer, Kylli Inc.’s full scale, ground up development project in the Bay Area: Burlingame Point, recently broke ground, on cue to become one of the largest office development sites in the history of the Peninsula real estate market. The Burlingame Point office/R&D campus is located at 300 Airport [...]

By | February 21st, 2017|In the News|0 Comments

Developer buys Peninsula Office Building and Fully Leases to Tech Firm

by Roland Li, San Francisco Business Journal   Harvest Properties and LaSalle Investment Management have purchased a vacant office and R&D building in Foster City and immediately leased the entire building to a tech firm. The price for the 126,345-square-foot property at 1149 Chess Drive was about $35.3 million, or $280 per square foot. [...]

By | February 7th, 2017|In the News|0 Comments

Drug Segment Could Be Next Retail Casualty

By Lisa Brown, Globe Street -  The retail drug industry is undergoing consolidation, however, with creative repurposing, the closures can often create opportunities for higher and better uses that are more congruent with today’s retail market, says retail expert James Chung in this EXCLUSIVE. James Chung was recently appointed [...]

By | February 2nd, 2017|In the News|0 Comments

Chinese Developer Breaks Ground on Massive Peninsula Office Project

by Janice Bitters, Silicon Valley Business Journal  A Chinese developer recently broke ground on a $300 million bayfront office project in Burlingame, as the Peninsula continues to see strong demand for new Class A space. Chinese developer Genzon Property Group bought the Burlingame Point site nearly two years ago and now plans to build 767,000 [...]

By | January 30th, 2017|In the News|0 Comments