Introducing the brand new CoreNet NorCal Sustainability Special Interest Group (SIG), led by Pierre Barral and Christina Weber. By Amy Bradac
Acquiring, building out and occupying commercial real estate space is an inherently complex undertaking. Whether you’re buying or leasing the building, as the owner you have a lot riding on the successful on-time, on-budget completion of the project.
LavaMaex is a nonprofit that teaches people anywhere how to bring mobile showers and other essential care services to the street, where our unhoused neighbors need them most. While providing its consulting services, LavaMaex also brings weekly mobile showers and other care services to the streets of San Francisco, Oakland, and Los Angeles. When those activities became unsafe
It’s no secret that projects of any scale can easily become more complex than initially thought. Whether the project is new construction or a renovation, it can be really risky for an owner to manage all of the components themselves. It might be out of their wheelhouse, or perhaps they don’t have enough time to
Our founder, Amy Bradac, is a mentor in the CREW Mates mentorship program through CREW SF. As a mentor, she was paired with a rising real estate professional, Michelle Dumont. Michelle was a collaborator within her firm, Steinberg Hart, to put together a guide on converting hotels to housing. We are happy to share Michelle’s
The four-leaf clovers pictured above are from my personal garden – not one, but TWO four-leaf clovers – definitely a good luck omen to be shared!! Read on for Vaxart, plastic bricks (!), and wellness tips.Cheers! Amy
In the December 2020 issue of Western Real Estate Business, Amy Bradac contributes a few of her predictions for the office market in the cover story “Optimism, New Habits Abound in 2021.”
The pandemic has brought many changes to the way the we do business. One of the biggest ways is how you use your office. Chances are, you have adapted your office footprint lately, which can involve transitioning to a new workplace, downsizing, solving for new safety procedures and protocols or totally decommissioning your office. Most
The pandemic has brought many changes to the way we do business, and how we use office space. Adapting your office foot print can involve transitioning to a new workplace, downsizing, solving for new safety procedures and protocols, or totally decommissioning your office.
In planning to return to the office, companies need to consider their options to make the workplace as safe and healthy as possible for returning employees. There’s no one-size-fits-all approach, but it doesn’t have to be a difficult process.