SF office space is hard to come by. Here’s how to navigate the complex market.
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The potential for recession is on everyone’s mind but the SF Bay Area’s economy remains buoyed by construction and the booming tech industry and hotly anticipated IPOs—IPOs the likes of Slack, Airbnb, and Peloton that are expected to drive the price of real estate even higher. While newly minted SF millionaires will provide a huge influx of cash into the Bay Area’s economy, finding office space for your new or established business will be a continued challenge. The Bridge Group is growing our team just in time to help SF businesses get into the spaces they need for today and tomorrow.
We attribute our success to the clients and partners who provide us with on-going work and trust us with project referrals, as well as the hard-working professionals we’re proud to call our family. Since our last communication, we’re excited to announce that The Bridge Group has grown. Please join us in welcoming Justin Choy, Natalya Shimanovskaya, and Julia Dobroff to our team.
Did you know that we have the in-house expertise to handle ground-up construction projects? Jacqueline Almonacid, Sr. Project Manager, is teaming with Flad Architects and Turner Construction on a 15-story ground-up project in South San Francisco. Her role liaises between the general contractor and architect/consultants to prioritize constraint items and resolve open items for the architect.
Simplify the Search for Office Space
The Bay Area’s booming economy is fueled by the strong technology sector. Startups, pre-IPO companies, and established tech giants continually dominate the San Francisco and South Bay office markets. Demand outpaces supply and with an oversaturated leasing market, startups and other businesses struggle to establish new offices or relocated existing ones. We partnered with Robert Tasker of CM Commercial Real Estate to uncover hidden options for tenants in the market. Together, we offer advice on how to penetrate this crunched market.
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