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Tenant Representation

We'll help you find the ideal office or industrial space for your Silicon Valley business, and handle your lease negotiations.

Our focus is on your success—lowering your real estate costs and risks while maximizing workplace flexibility and productivity. With a long track record representing both tenants and landlords, we understand what motivates each side in a lease negotiation.

Silicon Valley vacancy pushed higher in Q1 2018 as fallout from merger, layoff, and consolidation plans announced last year by several large networking and telecom companies finally hit the market. Vacancy increased to 19.4 percent, however, recent large block leasing will push vacancy back down once tenants occupy. 

Rent cost increases are driving more companies to look towards more tenant-friendly submarkets like North San Jose and Downtown San Jose. Both submarkets are gaining momentum with availability and rents still in a favorable range for cost-conscious firms.

Despite some consolidation, the Valley’s local technology sector is not slowing. Several large tenants are rumored to be circling, while mid-sized, full-floor tenants are trading up for nicer space. Average asking rents will stay stable for the first half of 2018, but the resurgence of large leasing activity could push rents past 2017 levels before year end.

We get to know you, your business and its goals. That information—paired with up-to-date real estate research, Silicon Valley market expertise and long-standing industry relationships—helps us develop an occupancy plan specific to your company.

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Silicon Valley vacancy pushed higher in Q1 2018 as fallout from merger, layoff, and consolidation plans announced last year by several large networking and telecom companies finally hit the market. Vacancy increased to 19.4 percent, however, recent large block leasing will push vacancy back down once tenants occupy.

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