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At Keystone Commercial Brokerage we don’t just believe in buying and selling property. We want to give you the best customer service, the highest level of support for your real estate portfolio. We believe in listening to and guiding our clients during the whole process of buying and selling all types of real estate, from single-family homes to multi-unit residential and office space.

SILICON VALLEY COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE

At Keystone Commercial Brokerage we don’t just believe in buying and selling property. We want to give you the best customer service, the highest level of support for your real estate portfolio. We believe in listening to and guiding our clients during the whole process of buying and selling all types of real estate, from single-family homes to multi-unit residential and office space.

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UNDERSTANDING OPPORTUNITY ZONES

When the new tax bill was passed at the end of 2017, it contained numerous benefits for investors and businesses, and the tax treatment of real estate changed significantly. However, there is one aspect of the new tax bill that really hasn’t been getting much attention, especially in the Silicon Valley area – Opportunity Zones and Opportunity Funds.
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OPPORTUNITY ZONES IN SAN JOSE

Due to the relative wealth of the Silicon Valley area, finding Opportunity Zones for tax-preferred investment is challenging. Few communities have significant census tracts that fully qualify for the program. Except for San Jose Read more about how Opportunity Zones work here. As reported in BizNow, San Jose’s Opportunity Zones have the advantage of significant geographic diversity, and are comprised of various different types of assets, from residential to mixed use and industrial. This should attract interest from a variety of investors.
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SILICON VALLEY EXPERIENCES BOOM IN COMMERCIAL RE

A booming tech sector has led to steady grown in commercial real estate in Silicon Valley, as evidenced by decreasing vacancies and improving rents, according to a new report issued by Colliers International. At its Colliers Real Estate Trends 2019 conference, held in San Jose last week, Colliers reported that by the end of 2018, office vacancies were at the lowest point they have been since 2015. In 2018, vacancies were 6.6%, as opposed to 6.2% in 2015.
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ORCHARD CORPORATE CENTER SOLD FOR $47.79MM

A local private investor has purchased Orchard Corporate Center from South Bay Development Co. The 101,374-square-foot office campus in San Jose sold for $47.79 million, or approximate $471/sq ft. The properties at 2755 and 2777 Orchard Parkway are fully leased. Developed by South Bay Development Co in 2017, the Class A buildings are less than a mile from the Bonaventura light rail station, and span 5.3 acres.
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Low Vacancy Trend Continues in San Jose

Beginning in 2012, occupancy growth has been on a continued trend to outstrip supply. In 2019, that growth exceeded supply by a whopping 1 million square feet. In a report published by CoStar, occupancy in San Jose grew by 2.4 million square feet, yet supply only grew by 1.4 millions square feet. This squeezed vacancy rates to a low 8.4%, which puts the Bay Area near the lowest vacancy rates in the United States. Vacancy has been below the national average since the trend began in 2012. In addition to Silicon Valley, San Francisco and Seattle join the club with ...
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Nostalgic Cambrian Park Redevelopment Plans Spark Community Concerns

Responding to public comment and city officials' concerns, plans for the redevelopment of historic Cambrian Park Plaza shopping center have been revised to better reflect the needs of the community, including better amenities for pedestrians and bike traffic. Famous for its carousel display, the 17-acre site is being redeveloped by Weingarten Realty. Months of discussions and community feedback have led to a revision of the development plans, which are now drastically different from the original plans, according to Councilmember Pam Foley. In an interview with Foley, San Jose Spotlight reported that the changes will pay homage to the Plaza's history ...
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Moderately-Priced Apartment Community Grabs $400k/Unit Sale Price

It's not very common to find a multi-family community in the Silicon Valley area with rent below the regional average. One such property recently changed hands, sold by the investing behemoth Blackstone to the Teacher's Insurance and Annuity Association of America-College Retirement Equities Fund (TIAA-CREF). While the average rent nationally is around $1,355/mo, the tenants of the Silicon Valley area have been enduring some of the highest rents in the nation - currently averaging around $2,770/mo, according to CoStar. By contrast, Terra House, a 348-unit property, located at 4501 Snell Ave in South San Jose, has an average rent of ...
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Old Tinder Offices Get New Tenant

A new tenant has leased the Palo Alto office space previously occupied by Tinder. Globality, a technology firm specializing in artificial intelligence, will move into the space vacated by the dating app company. The entire three-story building, encompassing approximately 30,000 square feet, was leased by Globality. The property is located at 2555 Park Blvd. Tinder recently expanded to new offices in San Francisco. Globality was represented by Bo McNally and Rollins Stallworth of T3 Advisors. Landlord John Fog was represented by Ben Stern and Kevin Cunningham of Newmark Knight Frank. Keystone Commercial Brokerage serves the needs of commercial real estate ...
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