Industry News

Week of 12/15/13

Monday, December 16, 2013

San Francisco Business Times reports on "Residential real estate in five key events from 2013." (Torres, 12/17)

The Los Angeles Times reports that "Tesla Motors plans to debut cheaper car in early 2015." (Undercoffler, 12/15)

Week of 12/8/13

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Civil Engineering: The Magazine of the American Society of Civil Engineers reports that "Bay Bridge Demolition Begins." (Wilcox, 12/10)

San Francisco Business Times reports that "Google buys more Palo Alto land to expand potential campus." (Donato-Weinstein, 12/10)

 

Week of 12/1/13

Friday, December 6, 2013

San Francisco Business Times reports on the "The 10 major projects that are reshaping Oakland." (Torres, 12/4)

Week of 11/24/2013

Monday, November 25, 2013

San Francisco Business Times reports that "San Francisco home prices skyrocket 26 percent, experts talk bubble." (Torres, 11/26/13)

Civil Engineering: The Magazine of the American Society of Civil Engineers reports that "Small University Constructs Highest-Rated LEED Building" in Western Hemisphere. (Jones, 11/19/13)

Week of 11/17/2013

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Week of 11/3/2013

Monday, November 4, 2013

San Francisco Business Times reports that "Visa signs blockbuster lease at One Market Plaza" in San Francisco with a 111,000-square-foot-lease. (Dineen, 11/4)

Week of 10/27/13

Thursday, October 31, 2013

San Francisco Business Times reports that "Former Oakland Army Base kicks off $500 million first phase" in redevelopment project. (Torres, 10/31)

Week of 10/20/13

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Livescience reports that "Wastewater Disposal Linked to Oklahoma Earthquake Swarm." These small earthquakes are likely linked to fracking (wastewater disposal from oil and gas extraction). (Oskin, 10/23/13)

The Associated Press reports that "Work begins on Calif. bullet train, locals angry." Work has finally begun in Fresno on California's $68 billion high speed rail system. (Williams, 10/20/13)

San Francisco Business Times reports that "Developer turns two rundown Oakland hotels into housing." The $25 million project in downtown Oakland is now a combined building with 100 studios. (Torres, 10/22/13)

Week of 10/13

Monday, October 14, 2013

The Mecury News reports about Apple's new headquarters in Cupertino, CA in an exclusive sneak peek. The building will look like a spaceship and be environmentally sustainable, using 100% renewable energy. (10/11)

Los Angeles Times reports that "More than 1,000 old concrete buildings in Los Angeles and hundreds more throughout the county may be at risk of collapsing in a major earthquake, according to a Times analysis." (10/14)

San Francisco Business Times reports that "Property values rose over the last year in 51 of California's 58 counties, with big gains in the Bay Area." (Brown, 10/14)

Oakland's Coliseum City project could cost $2 billion (10/3)

Thursday, October 3, 2013

San Francisco Business Times reports that "Locking in a pair of new investors will ensure the $2 billion Coliseum City project — potentially the largest transit-oriented development in California — could become a reality, Oakland city officials said." (Torres, 10/3/13)

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