Start Date: 1/14/2021 12:00 PM PST
End Date: 1/14/2021 1:30 PM PST
Venue Name: Virtual Meeting Space
BOMA Oakland/East Bay
2020 was a year full of change and uncertainty. As we begin 2021, we’re all curious about the business environment in Commercial Real Estate. Join us for our January Commercial Real Estate Market Update. Our panelists will provide valuable insight and market perspectives for office, industrial and retail. They’ll share the latest in leasing, tenant relations, vacancies and more. We’ve also invited US House of Representatives Eric Swalwell, he’ll share an election update with his perspective and the affects to the Bay Area.
Due to the continued limits on gatherings, we’re holding this event via Zoom. We’re planning some fun ways to keep you engaged during the session. Zoom fatigue be gone! In preparation of the session, let us know what questions you’d like to have answered. Here’s a quick form to share your areas of interest and/or questions for the panelists.
Thank you to our Platinum Partner Gidel & Kocal Construction being the exclusive sponsor for this event.
Members - $20 on/before end of day 1/5, $30 after early bird deadline
Non-members - $50 on/before EOD 1/5, $60 after early bird deadline
About the Speakers:
Eric Swalwell, US House of Representatives, CA 15th (Invited)
Danny Bartz, Director, Newmark – Office Focus
Tammy Choy, Goldman Ltd. — Retail Focus
Tammy specializes in retail leasing, representing both landlords and tenants in the San Francisco Bay Area urban environments. She is active in leasing within the rapidly changing Oakland market. Her expertise ranges from Downtown Oakland through the neighborhoods such as Piedmont Avenue and Rockridge as well as having the opportunity to merchandise a block within Oakland’s newest retail corridor, The Valdez Triangle. In addition to the Oakland market, her expertise includes prime retail streets within Alameda, Berkeley, San Francisco, and Walnut Creek. This market reach gives her exposure to “best in class” operators as well as the latest trends. She has worked on over 1 million sf of retail.
Bob Ferraro, CBRE – Industrial Focus
Bob Ferraro is regarded as the most distinguished Industrial and Logistics advisor in the East Bay and has lead multiple award-winning development, sales and leasing assignments for the most formidable developers/investors and occupiers in the industry. Focusing on consistently delivering best-in-class real estate services to his clients, during his +30-year career Bob has created the marketing strategy for many of the largest speculative industrial developments in the East Bay and completed more than 2,500 sale and lease transactions valued at over $2.2 billion. In 2018-2019 alone, Bob was involved in negotiations valued at over $1 billion on behalf of the owners & occupiers that he advises.
Mr. Ferraro serves as a marketing strategist, technical advisor and negotiator to well-respected clients such as Prologis, Overton Moore, Trammell Crow, Principal, Black Creek, Nuveen, Invesco & Duke Realty. Among the diverse array of transactions that Bob has been involved in, Mr. Ferraro has been the lead on some of the most significant deals in the East Bay industrial market including over 1.4 million SF in Livermore to Tesla and Draxel Maier on behalf of Trammel Crow, over 900,000 square feet of leases to Amazon in new developments in Hayward & San Leandro, a 330,000 square foot lease for Torani at the Marina Gateway in San Leandro on behalf of Overton Moore, 199,000 square feet to Google in a adaptive reuse project at Alameda Point, and 121,000 square feet at San Leandro Business Center owned by Principal.
Mr. Ferraro’s experience with representing food, logistics, consumer goods, health sciences, green technology bio-ag and telecommunications technology companies, such as Torani (330k), CEVA (323k), Friant (274k), Service West (252k), Gettler Ryan (200k), Parks Co. (189k), Shaw (125k), Mighty Buildings (75k), Therm-X (68k), Mendel Bro (60k), Siemens (54k), to name a few. Mr. Ferraro is a volunteer for the Dorothy Day House Berkeley organization, Bob and his wife, Janette, reside in Alamo with their three daughters.