New + Notable

All of us at the Alexander Valley Film Society are heartbroken over the events affecting our community.

We will move forward with Movies to Benefit Fire Relief & Healing, adapting the film festival to serve as a fundraiser for relief and recovery from the fires that have devastated Sonoma County.  All dollars raised will support the
Community Foundation of Sonoma County’s Resilience Fund.

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MoMo’s American Bar & Grill is set to open its Walnut Creek location February 13th. Read more about the new restaurant in the San Francisco Chronicle’s Inside Scoop column.  Read more…

At Wire-to-Wire, we are passionate about philanthropy.

We support a variety of organizations across a multitude of missions. Some align with our personal interests and others fill, from our perspective, particularly important needs within our communities. Read more…

Savills Studley represented advertising agency in leasing 55,000-square-foot El Segundo location. More about El Camp can be found below and in WorkDesign Magazine’s project profile Read more…

This is a brilliant piece on how thoughtful design can deliver joy. An absolute must-read! Writer Mark Wilson moderated an event at SXSW called Designing Happiness. Its experts included Bruce Vaughn, former chief creative exec with Disney Imagineering; Gabby Etrog Cohen, senior vice president of PR and brand strategy at SoulCycle; and Randall Stone, director of experience innovation at Lippincott. Read more…

San Francisco’s commercial real estate market may be foretelling a slowdown in the city’s heated technology-driven economy, as reported by Bloomberg.  Read more…

As reported December 1 in GlobeSt.com.

Where are San Francisco Bay Area tech companies going to find enough office space to accommodate their immediate and explosive growth? The Peninsula is one option. Read more…

National real estate investor places long-term bet on the future of ‘DTLA’ as an emerging hub for technology and creative industries.   Read more…

Jamestown acquired San Francisco’s famed Ghiradelli Square in 2013 (read the transaction announcement here).  Read more…

As reported in the Silicon Valley Business Journal: A year after London-based Savills PLC acquired New York’s Studley Inc., the commercial real estate firm finally has a solid outpost in lucrative Silicon Valley. Savills Studley announced it had acquired Cooper Brady Partners, better known for more than 15 years as Cresa San Jose and Cresa Palo Alto.  Read more…