1) How is San Jose positioned to change as Google’s presence grows?
2) Office Rents: What tenants are preferring San Jose to Oakland/San Francisco?
3) North San Jose Update: With many projects coming online in that part of town, what will the effect be on office rents in places like Palo Alto, Milpitas & Sunnyvale?
4) Land! With land values reaching new heights in and around transit hubs, what does that indicate for suburban sprawl?
5) Tech: With young companies making moves in SoCal, is Silicon Valley losing the appeal for companies on the up and up?
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Moving into 2018 many owners, developers, brokers and contractors have speculated on where Silicon Valley was headed. Tech still has a very strong presence in the region and with projects coming online in North San Jose, the overarching trends indicated a successful 2018 with regard to net absorption. As we head into the middle of the year, I’d like to put forth the question: what’s the next big splash in San Jose and Silicon Valley and how do you quantify it? Is it Google’s proposed campus, is it the development pipeline in North San Jose or is it the growth we have seen in cities like Fremont and Milpitas?
We recently held a program where Jeff Birdwell, head of Sares Regis NorCal’s commercial division reflected, “I’ve never seen a time like this. The dot-com boom was something … It came and a few people did well, and there was a big crash afterward. This feels more sustainable.” If Jeff’s sentiments are correct we are going to see a strong cycle in the Valley. Jeff went on to say,“With hard and soft costs, building costs now range from $600/SF to $3K/SF, and enterprise tech companies are willing to spend the money.” It will be interesting to see how office rents react to all the moves we are seeing in the valley. Only time will tell!
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