Month: June 2019

SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLEJULY 6, 2018 Two blocks north of Oakland’s 19th Street BART Station are a shuttered burger stand, a public parking Garage and short commercial buildings. The barren site at 2100 Telegraph Ave could turn into one of the largest developments the city has Seen. Named Eastline by its backers, the 1.57 million-square-foot office […]

SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS TIMESOCTOBER 15, 2018 Developer Lane Partners and investor Goldman Sachs want to build 2 million square feet of new office or lab space in South San Francisco. Menlo Park-based Lane Partners is close to submitting a formal proposal for the $1 billion development after a year of crafting a concept and acquiring […]

SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS TIMESNOVEMBER 15, 2018 Four years ago, many outside investors considered Oakland a no-man’s land, but Lane Partners saw potential. The firm jumped in with an ambitious plan to turn an aging Sears department store into a tech hub. Lane paid $24 million for the property in 2014, then turned around to sell […]

ASSOCIATION OF SILICON VALLEY BROKERSMARCH 4, 2016 Nearly 400 commercial real estate industry leaders attended the 40th Annual ASVB Awards Banquet on Thursday, March 3, 2016 at The GlassHouse in Downtown San Jose.  This event recognized the prior year’s achievements of Silicon Valley commercial real estate brokers in a number of award categories.  Lane Partners […]

SILICON VALLEY BUSINESS JOURNALMAY 15, 2015 A Chinese real estate executive has paid north of $600 per square foot to acquire a Sunnyvale office project fully leased to Apple Inc., as Asian investment continues to ramp up and evolve in Silicon Valley. Lane Partners last week sold 500 and 501 Macara Ave. to a limited […]

SILICON VALLEY BUSINESS JOURNALJUNE 18, 2015 Lane Partners and capital partner Walton Street Capital took a risk back in 2010 when they bought a collection of buildings — the former Maxim Integrated Products campus — in Sunnyvale. After all, the real estate market was still in recovery mode as the economy lumbered out of recession. […]

SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS TIMESSEPTEMBER 22, 2015 Uber Technologies Inc. will open a large office in Oakland, taking all of the workspace in the refurbished Sears building that will open in two years, according to a source with knowledge of the deal. The deal gives Uber all 330,000 square feet of the building. Uber made the […]

SILICON VALLEY BUSINESS JOURNALMAY 22, 2015 Google Inc. snapped up a couple buildings in Mountain View, adding to its holdings south of Highway 101 near the Sunnyvale border. Google paid $18 million for the property at 880 Maude Ave. and 420 Clyde Ave., public records show. The building on Maude is about 20,000 square feet […]

SILICON VALLEY BUSINESS JOURNALMAY 16, 2016 The seller in the latest deal was a joint venture of Lane Partners and Pimco. The family office of Eric and Wendy Schmidt will build a new Menlo Park office building after acquiring a fully approved development site steps from the downtown Caltrain station. The Schmidt’s family office on […]

SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS TIMESJANUARY 25, 2017 The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative has leased 102,079 square feet in a new project in Redwood City, in one of the largest office deals signed last year in the Peninsula. The philanthropic organization founded by Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan took the full […]