Thank you for visiting the Silicon Valley web pages of Cresa. With offices in San Jose and Palo Alto as well as two regional offices in San Francisco and Emeryville, we are the Bay Area’s largest commercial real estate advisory firm specializing in tenant representation.
Despite these times of economic uncertainty, our local offices continue to flourish. As a real estate services partnership, we offer tenants users a stable, dedicated advocate that has no debt, increasing revenues, and a growing talent pool.
Our team provides strategic and customized real estate solutions for occupants, implemented through our global platform. Since we exclusively represent tenants, not landlords, we avoid potential conflicts of interest. Also distinguishing our firm is our commitment to ongoing corporate real estate services such as Strategic Planning and Project Management, which we integrate with Transaction Management.
We value our clients equally and have the flexibility to scale our services to meet their needs. Through our customized approach and comprehensive suite of corporate services, we provide the resources necessary to implement solutions, ranging from one-time local real estate transactions to management of entire global real estate portfolios.
Our clients, with portfolios ranging from 1,200 square feet locally to 12 million square feet globally, typically view our advisors as an extension of their internal resources.
Our team averages in excess of 15 years' experience within the real estate industry. We have expertise in numerous industries with the following areas of specialization:
The epicenter of the seventh largest economy in the world, Silicon Valley is home to some of the region’s most innovative and transformational companies, such as HP, Apple, Google, Intel, IBM, Facebook, Genentech, Oracle, Symantec, Adobe, Juniper Networks, Network Appliance, and Yahoo!
Our office market, consisting of over 200 million square feet, has seen increased velocity and dramatic tightening of space in suburban markets. In addition, rents have stabilized in some of the stronger submarkets such as Stanford Research Park and Mountain View, as Internet and social networking companies expand their workforces. Increasingly, tenants that have put off business decisions are now more focused on leveraging favorable market conditions, exploring options for upgrades, and locking in lower rents; For more details regarding our local market, please see the Palo Alto Tenant’s Guide.