What We’re Thinking : tenant development

Place-Making San Leandro

Dean Samuels | , , , ,

What would the world be like if women were safe? What would a tech campus be like with internet speeds of 100 Gigabits per second? The answers to these questions may be more connected than expected, and both may be […]

THE Campus @ 3333 Attracts Tenants By Design

Dean Samuels | , , ,

In 2011, when Menlo Equities took a chance on developing an office campus in Santa Clara without a signed tenant, the market called it a risk. That risk paid off: in 2015,  Palo Alto Networks leased 752,000 square feet at THE […]

Repositioning Office Buildings for Curb Appeal

Dean Samuels | ,

Efforts to revitalize San Francisco’s mid-Market Street appear to be paying off. For years, the corridor loosely bounded by Sixth Street and Van Ness Avenue had the highest commercial vacancy rate in the city. Now, several major projects have been built or are […]

The Evolution of the Tech Campus

Russ Nichols | , , ,

As our relationship to work has changed over the past quarter century, so has workplace design. The evolution of corporate campus headquarters provides a dramatic example of this workplace shift. In our latest Thought Leader video, RMW architecture & interiors president Russ […]

Twitter, Mid-Market, and the Urban Tech Campus

Terry Kwik | , , , ,

Terry Kwik, Principal at RMW architecture & interiors, has spent a lot of time in San Francisco’s Mid-Market district over the past few years. That’s because Terry has been leading the design of the core and shell improvements to 1355 […]

Beyond Twitter

Terry Kwik | , , , ,

When Twitter signed a lease with Shorenstein Properties to take over 215,000 square feet of office space at the corner of Ninth and Market Streets, it was all over the headlines: by enacting a payroll tax exemption for the area, […]