1) Best practices for workplace innovation & integration
2) Markets primed for creative office growth: Fremont, North San Jose, Mountain View!
3) What companies are headed in and who is headed out in 2018?
4) How do companies “activate” office space? Thought leaders weigh in
5) How can you keep & attract the top talent? Tech companies push to attract and retain the best of the best!
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Silicon Valley Office Investment & Development
Where Can We Expect Office Investment & Development This Year?
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302 South Market Street
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Kicking off 2018 we have a few lingering questions: what companies are eyeing NorCal and where will they land?
2017 was a watershed year for the region as we saw companies like Amazon, Facebook, Google, Snap and Dropbox make major shifts in their commercial real estate portfolios. Our local reporter Julie Littman goes on to say, “Tech is dominating CRE activity not just in San Francisco, but also in Silicon Valley. The tech giants of the Valley, including Facebook, Apple and Google made plays for additional land and offices.” Tech is a key influencer in the NorCal commercial real estate market and with recent additions of the Salesforce Tower, Apple’s Mothership and Google’s proposed San Jose campus, that link may never be evident.
A critical component of the Tech work environment is their ability to stimulate company growth, but also attract the top talent. In Silicon Valley, there is a large talent pool and it is up to the Tech companies to leverage their innovative office layouts to keep their talent happy and welcoming Dennis Randal from Insight Realty goes on to say,“ Large floor plates and higher ceilings are becoming the norm regardless of whether the tenant has an open floor plan or not”
As we being to ramp up for 2018, let’s turn our attention to Silicon Valley office solutions and innovation. Who are the innovators in the space? What are their best practices? How can we improve upon our current office planning formats? Join us at our annual Silicon Valley State of Office event where we dive deep into the subject. Questions or Concerns? Drop A Line to Jeff.Arthur@bisnow.com