"The 4 Benefits Of Urban Agglomeration"

The Market Urbanism Reports | September 27, 2019

The more cities grow, the more productive and prosperous they become.

Can urban areas grow too much? The answer is subject to people’s lifestyle preference, based on where they want to live and what tradeoffs in time and money they’ll accept. But according to one theory, the answer, economically speaking, is no.


"Oakland A Top Nationwide ‘Capital Magnet,’ ULI Report Finds"

BisNow | September 24, 2019

A new report has named Oakland and the East Bay to a list of metro areas attracting outsized amounts of capital across the U.S.

“…Oakland itself has almost 7,000 housing units opening this year, with thousands more in the pipeline, and the city has attracted the full attention of big-name tenants like Kaiser Permanente and Square. Kaiser announced plans earlier this year to build a $900M headquarters in Uptown, while digital payments company Square leased all 356K SF of Uptown Station down the road.”


"CRE To Trump: Penalizing Homelessness Isn’t The Answer"

BisNow | September 24, 2019

“A lot of our problems are self-inflicted. If the cities were serious about producing housing, they can have as-of right development for certain types of projects, they could zone areas close to transit for form-based approval,” Kennedy said.

“A large part of the problem is the failure of city governments to build more housing. We’re seeing a new kind of homeless individual, which is someone who used to be housed but is pushed off the housing ladder by the housing shortage caused by our economic boom.”


"Parking Reform Will Save the City"

CityLab | September 20, 2019

“…A flood of recent research has shown that parking requirements poison our cities, increasing traffic congestion, polluting the air, encouraging sprawl, raising housing costs, degrading urban design, preventing walkability, damaging the economy, and penalizing everyone who cannot afford a car.”


"Effects Of Housing Crisis, Homelessness Permeate State Of Living In The Bay Area"

CBS | September 16, 2019

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — The housing crisis has crept its way into every corner of life in California.

You see it on the street if you walk to work in the San Francisco or if you’re slogging through a super-commute to the South Bay. It’s personal–what could be more personal than your home? Or lack thereof?


"Beto Stumbles into a Good Point on Housing Policy"

National Review | September 10, 2019

…“The country as a whole would be better off if more Americans had more housing options close to their jobs”


"Why Can’t California Solve Its Housing Crisis?"

Rolling Stone | September 5, 2019

It’s the epicenter of the tech industry and the wealthiest, most progressive state in the union, but homelessness is surging — and no one can agree on how to fix it



"Smaller Apartments Are Doing Big Things For Developers"

BISNOW | September 4, 2019

In cities across the U.S., multifamily developers are finding that building less is doing more.


"Meet six members of the San Francisco Business Times Leadership Trust"

San Francisco Business Times | September 3, 2019

San Francisco, California, has been the birthplace of many inventions, dating all the way back to the 1800s. Today the city continues to build its reputation for business, making it not only a hub for innovation and collaboration but also home to some of the country’s most talented leaders.