Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast Summer/Fall 2014: Tech Sector Continues to Drive Bay Area Commercial Real Estate

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An influx of tech workers, new companies, and flourishing companies in San Francisco and Silicon Valley is pushing commercial real estate demands up and spilling over to other Bay Area markets. Look up, you'll see a lot of cranes in this city. Will this growth continue?

Employment growth in Bay Area is two to three times national average.

San Francisco’s employment growth drives demand for warehouse, housing, and office See more +

An influx of tech workers, new companies, and flourishing companies in San Francisco and Silicon Valley is pushing commercial real estate demands up and spilling over to other Bay Area markets. Look up, you'll see a lot of cranes in this city. Will this growth continue?

Employment growth in Bay Area is two to three times national average.

San Francisco’s employment growth drives demand for warehouse, housing, and office space.

San Francisco’s commercial real estate demand is spilling over to the East Bay.

Download the 2014 Summer/Fall Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast Commercial Real Estate Survey: www.allenmatkins.com/ucla See less -

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