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Silicon Valley Commercial Real Estate Reports

Navigating commercial real estate trends in Silicon Valley can be daunting. The market is large, can move fast and there is plenty of competition. So whether you’re in the market today or just want to keep up with the latest happenings, this page is for you! Below you’ll find the following resources to keep up with the latest trends and stats – feel free to download any or all of the following reports.

Current Market Conditions Report

If you want a high level overview of the current Silicon Valley commercial real estate market then this is the report for you.

It’s a single page “cheat sheet” broken down by asset type and submarket for a quick takeaway on lease rates and availability.

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Research & Forecast Report

If you want in-depth insights on the market and you’re up for a little more reading then this is the report for you.

This quarterly report is packed with the latest trends for Silicon Valley along with Colliers’ forecasts and dives in further by asset type – providing insights on recent transactions, research findings and stats.

We know you’ve got enough on your plate – which is why we selected the reports on this page to effectively keep you informed on the Silicon Valley CRE market without overburdening you. However, if you’re not finding what you’re looking for here, then feel free to contact me to discuss further – we have many resources available to source customized information and data to meet your needs.

MinnisCRE Glossary

Are you puzzled by or need a refresher on MinnisCRE terms or abbreviations? Then you’re at the right place. MinnisCRE’s glossary lists and explains the most commonly used terms in the industry and throughout the blog. This is the best place to refer back to and familiarize yourself with the various distinctions. If you would like something explained that is not listed here, then please contact me.

Glossary

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There are 3 names in this directory beginning with the letter C.
Class A Office
Modern, steel-framed low, mid or high-rise structures used predominately for office tenants.

Class B Office
Wood and steel mix framed low to mid-rise structures and older brick or concrete structures used predominately for office.

Critical Elements
As it relates to the office moving process, these are fundamental items to your business, if they were missing, damaged or not operational then it would greatly impact your ability to conduct business. These items typically require extra attention to detail, are difficult/expensive to replace, repair or relocate and may have longer lead times; and therefore, must be identified early in the move process in order to plan effectively. Supplemental consultants, personnel, permits or certifications may even be required.
Disclaimer: The views expressed on this website/blog are mine alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of my employer, Colliers International. The information furnished has been obtained from sources I deem reliable and is submitted subject to errors, omissions and changes. Although I have no reason to doubt its accuracy, I do not guarantee it. All information should be verified by the recipient prior to lease, purchase, exchange, or execution of legal documents.

Today’s environment requires collective creativity to overcome.

Let’s work together to source CRE solutions that address your concerns today without limiting your room for success tomorrow.