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Help a Vet by Donating your Suit to the “Interview Attire Workshop”
Community / non-profits

Help a Vet by Donating your Suit to the “Interview Attire Workshop”

Dear friends, Please join me in supporting St. Anthony’s efforts to help veterans re-enter the workforce by donating your new or gently used suits, sport coats, slacks, shirts, ties, belts and shoes. I’m sure we all have some great clothes collecting dust in our closets, so here is a GREAT opportunity to put them to … Continue reading

PHOTOS: Transbay Transit Center Hardhat Construction Tour
Development / Events / Green / Sustainability

PHOTOS: Transbay Transit Center Hardhat Construction Tour

To call the new $4 billion Transbay Transit Center development anything less than spectacular would be a gross understatement. The sheer magnitude and scale of the project is staggering and the cutting edge building and engineering processes being implemented will make your head spin. The Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA) which oversees the project, generously … Continue reading

San Francisco’s Mid Market and the “Twitter Effect”
Development / Leasing / Technology

San Francisco’s Mid Market and the “Twitter Effect”

So who’s to thank for surging rents in San Francisco’s Mid Market corridor? The technology sector, naturally, whose epicenter has steadily been migrating from Silicon Valley to downtown San Francisco.  Operating the business to be closer to the tech talent pool is a trend that represents a shift in the thinking behind where a company decides … Continue reading

What I Learned While at 42Floors
Cool new things we love / Leasing / Technology

What I Learned While at 42Floors

Yesterday, I wrapped up a one-month consulting position with San Francisco-based 42Floors.com. As a tenant rep advisor that’s passionate about commercial real estate and technology, I jumped at the opportunity to join the team and get a feel for what it’s like to work within a fast paced startup in the midst of SoMa’s exciting technology … Continue reading

Moving Your Network to New Office Space
IT / Relocations / Tips

Moving Your Network to New Office Space

By: Morgan Spake President, AGC Moving to a new office means moving your internet and phone connections. There is a process called “Network Due Diligence” that answers the question, “Will my network function at the new office?” and addresses items related to cost, risk mitigation, fail over, and current contract obligations that need to be … Continue reading

The Truth About Green Offices
Green / Sustainability / Tips

The Truth About Green Offices

As a San Francisco-based commercial real estate broker who specializes in helping office tenants create healthier, more energy-efficient work environments, it’s exciting to see the progress we’ve made in moving these issues to the forefront of the discussion.  The moniker “green” has gone from being “hippy”, to trendy, to en vogue, to cliché and now it’s … Continue reading