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Harvest rode Oakland market up before sale

When Harvest Properties Inc. teamed up with Prudential Real Estate Investors to buy 555 City Center in Oakland in 2013, the developer saw opportunity. The 20-story, nearly 500,000-square-foot Class A office tower was in a prime location – just two blocks from Oakland’s 12th Street BART Station.

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LaSalle, Harvest JV Buys $35M SF Mixed-Use Asset

San Francisco—Harvest Properties and LaSalle Investment Management have acquired 1149 Chess Drive in Foster City from Whitney Investments and Woodstock Development for about $35.3 million, or $280 per square foot. Mike Moran, managing principal of Cushman & Wakefield, represented Harvest and LaSalle.

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Exclusive: Developer buys Peninsula office building and fully leases to tech firm

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.

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While Oakland office renovations abound, new construction remains stalled

In one sense, downtown Oakland’s office market is a busy place: Developers are eagerly snapping up old, historic buildings and renovating them into creative space. Rents continue to rise sharply, and an influx of tenants, many from San Francisco, have driven vacancy rates down to a microscopic 3.2 percent. In another sense, there’s very little happening […]

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Will rising construction costs choke the Bay Area’s development pipeline?

There’s no question that Bay Area contractors and developers are feeling the crunch of the overheated construction market – to the point that some developments have been put on hold. The biggest problem, they say, is that demand for subcontractors far outweighs supply, which is driving costs to unsustainable levels.

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