On Thursday, February 18, 2021, NAIOP Silicon Valley hosted a virtual panel: PropTech and the Impact on Commercial Real Estate presented by Brad Greiwe, Co-Founder & Managing Partner, Fifthwall; Brad Hargreaves, Founder & CEO, Common, and Edward Wagoner, CIO, JLL Technologies. PropTech is technology that powers the digital transformation
NAIOP Silicon Valley will host our annual Brokers Panel on Wednesday, March 24, 2021, from 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM. Always one of NAIOP Silicon Valley’s premier informational events, our panel of thought-leaders from Silicon Valley will discuss their views on commercial real estate leasing trends over the past
The first lawsuit against a commercial local eviction moratorium was filed in Los Angeles County the week of January 18. Iten v. County of Los Angeles seeks to end LA County’s commercial eviction ban. The Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF) represents Howard Iten, the commercial property owner and plaintiff in the case.
2020 brought some unique challenges to the CRE market including work stoppages, design and development changes needed to meet concerns related to COVID-19, and a level of uncertainty of what 2021 may bring to the commercial real estate industry, as cities and counties continue to slowly get back to
The Chapter partnered with the Santa Clara County Assessor’s Office to hold a virtual Property Tax Workshop on January 21st for owners of commercial property to discuss Prop 8 and potential adjustment to market values.
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California regulators are proposing new regulations relating to Solar on new construction and installation of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations in parking lots. Agencies are still gathering information, data, and asking for suggestions from industry and advocates alike.
California’s $500 million small business relief grant applications were released on December 30 and are set to close on January 13th at 11:59 PM. The California Small Business Relief Grant will provide $5,000 to $25,000 grants to eligible small businesses that have been affected by COVID-19.