Silicon Valley Weekly News Blast - October 14, 2014

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CBRE Global Investors buys another $116.6 million in Sunnyvale properties
Continuing an acquisition spree in Sunnyvale's Moffett Park business district, CBRE Global Investors has paid more than $130 million in recent weeks to pick up a string of buildings, bringing the investment manager's total spend in the submarket to more than half a billion dollars so far this year.

Donato-Weinstein, Nathan: "CBRE Global Investors buys another $116.6 million in Sunnyvale properties". 10.13.14
CBRE Global Investors buys another $116.6 million in Sunnyvale properties (10.13.14)

Intuit breaks ground on sleek new Mountain View building
In what Mountain View leaders called a model for future high-tech office projects in the city, Intuit Corp. officially broke ground on 2600 Marine Way — a sleek, 185,000-square-foot building and the company's first ground-up construction project on its North Bayshore headquarters campus.

Donato-Weinstein, Nathan: "Intuit breaks ground on sleek new Mountain View building". 10.6.14
Intuit breaks ground on sleek new Mountain View building (10.6.14)

Taylor Morrison snaps up San Jose land for 180+ units
Making its biggest land acquisition so far in San Jose, Taylor Morrison Home Corp. has acquired an 8-acre chunk of dirt in the developing Montecito Vista area where it has plans to build out 184 townhomes. Scottsdale, Ariz.-based Taylor Morrison (TMHC) paid about $32.5 million, or roughly $176,600 per buildable unit, for the land, according to public tax records.

Donato-Weinstein, Nathan: "Taylor Morrison snaps up San Jose land for 180+ units". 10.13.14
Taylor Morrison snaps up San Jose land for 180+ units (10.13.14)

San Jose proposes $17-per-foot developer impact fee to fund affordable housing
Following the lead of neighboring Mountain View, San Jose city staff have recommended a fee on developers to fund affordable housing, proposing a rate significantly lower than an earlier-suggested maximum $28-per-square-foot fee.

Hepler, Lauren: "San Jose proposes $17-per-foot developer impact fee to fund affordable housing". 10.6.14
San Jose proposes $17-per-foot developer impact fee to fund affordable housing (10.6.14)

Downtown Mountain View's 303 Bryant St. sells for record price
A German investment fund has just paid what could be a record price for an office building in downtown Mountain View, signaling that foreign capital is now seriously betting on assets outside of traditional gateway markets such as New York, Tokyo and London.

Donato-Weinstein, Nathan: "Downtown Mountain View's 303 Bryant St. sells for record price". 10.6.14
Downtown Mountain View's 303 Bryant St. sells for record price (10.6.14)

Developers jockey for city-owned sites in downtown Morgan Hill
As Morgan Hill begins to narrow the pool of applicants hoping to buy and rebuild up to four city-owned development sites downtown, six development teams have made it through to the next round.

Donato-Weinstein, Nathan: "Developers jockey for city-owned sites in downtown Morgan Hill". 10.10.14
Developers jockey for city-owned sites in downtown Morgan Hill (10.10.14)

ITU signs for big new building on North First Street
Facing a big bump in student enrollment, downtown San Jose's International Technological University has signed a lease for a much larger headquarters campus as it expands its program offerings and services. The 20-year-old private, nonprofit institution signed an 11-year lease at 2711 North First St. The 76,500-square-foot building is three times as large as ITU's current leased space at 355 W. San Fernando St.

Donato-Weinstein, Nathan: "ITU signs for big new building on North First Street". 10.8.14
ITU signs for big new building on North First Street (10.8.14)

New apartments planned for old car-rental lot in San Jose's SoFA district
San Jose's South First Area is in line for another significant apartment development. Core Development Co. last week submitted a formal proposal for a 105-unit project at 598 S. First St., a key corner where South First meets Reed St.

Donato-Weinstein, Nathan: "New apartments planned for old car-rental lot in San Jose's SoFA district". 10.10.14
New apartments planned for old car-rental lot in San Jose's SoFA district (10.10.14)

East Bay Industrial Leasing Picks Up Steam
Leasing of existing industrial properties in the East Bay increased recently with the closing of new transactions totaling more than 251,000 square feet in Union City and Oakland. Chef’s Warehouse has signed a lease for 117,420 square feet for an industrial property located at 1250 Whipple Road in Union City.

Peterson, Jon: "East Bay Industrial Leasing Picks Up Steam". 10.9.14
East Bay Industrial Leasing Picks Up Steam (10.9.14)

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