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Blink Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Provide Tenant Convenience and Demonstrate Continued Environmental Stewardship
When *General Electric* Co. was looking to create a billion-dollar Bay Area software center, the global conglomerate did its homework, studying regional demographics, traffic patterns and the like.
Bishop Ranch would like to announce our new Referral Program- Refer a friend or colleague and we will reward you with $500
No one can dispute the dramatic economic changes faced by all companies in recent years. And current economic indicators seem to be pointing us toward continued upheaval. These changes have meant that companies must find the right size for their organizations and the right space to accommodate both their current needs and to best position them to react to change.
Joyce has relied on County Connection bus service for over ten years, and has a unique perspective on the transit “community” that extends beyond just getting to know people on the bus. “When you meet your co-workers on the bus, you get to know them in a much different way than if you were driving. On the bus people are people first, and this includes the operators. I can’t say enough about the great job they do – they’re always patient, professional, and safe.”
By Sophia Kazmi, Contra Costa Times 07/29/2011 It's the mantra in real estate. It could also be the mantra of the San Ramon Farmers Market.The spring move of the Saturday market from its old location at Forest Home Farms to Bishop Ranch breathed new life into the 4-year-old market, with more patrons coming for the weekly market's fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers, prepared foods and other items sold year-round.
Having signed two of the nation’s largest commercial real estate deals within the last 3 years, Bishop Ranch is now home to Bank of the West and Robert Half International. Looking back, it is amazing to reflect on the amount of team work and coordination involved from inking the deal, architectural designs, construction, and the host of vendors responsible for the physical move of thousands of employees. Though there were the occasional hiccups, everyone involved provided out of the box ideas that always solved the problem and, in some cases, improved on the original plan.