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Following the devastating San Francisco earthquake of 1906, a young ambitious man named Colbert Coldwell joined the effort to rebuild the city. He started his own real estate company which has now become CBRE today.
The CBRE San Francisco office has a unique story among all the offices in the global CBRE network - not just because of our roots in the city. San Francisco and the immediate centers around the “Bay Area” region have come to represent one of the largest and most diverse engines of economic growth and influence in recent times. From tech startups to corporate headquarters, life sciences, industrial and logistics to a diverse range of Fortune 500 companies with a presence in Northern California, CBRE in the San Francisco and Bay Area plays a central role in providing commercial real estate solutions crucial for clients to operate and grow.
CBRE’s comprehensive service and delivery platform has set the benchmark for the real estate industry. By industry sector, we cover every sector critical to the success of the local and wider global economy. By business and service line, our offering comprises: Advisory and Transaction services including all aspects of brokerage for investor or agency, as well as occupier and tenant clients; Capital Markets; Property Management; Development Services (Trammell Crow Company); the leading provider of integrated facilities management Global Workplace Solutions (GWS); Investment Management; and Valuation and Advisory Services. Further details on each of these business lines are available on their individual dedicated section of this website.
Whether it is specific expertise from this office or from the nearest CBRE regional hub, our commitment to client service ensures we will deliver whatever real estate expertise is required.
We look forward to helping you meet your real estate objectives.
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In a new report from CBRE, the San Francisco Bay Area ranked second among the nation’s top life sciences markets for the annual percentage gain in office-to-lab conversions, up 266 percent from the first quarter of 2021.
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2022 U.S. Real Estate Market Outlook
Despite uncertainty from the omicron variant and other risks, a growing economy will fuel demand for space and increase real estate investment across all property types. Explore CBRE’s outlook for 2022.Read Report