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Publication: Curbed San Francisco Date: January 3, 2014 Thompson Dorfman Development has finally released clear renderings of what’s really going up at the corner of Bush and Divisadero. Construction at their 2655 Bush Street residential development is already well underway,...
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Publication: San Francisco Business Times Date: May 31, 2013 While institutional players have dominated the recent Bay Area apartment boom, local developer Thompson Dorfman Partners LLC is beefing up with 1,200 units in its pipeline.The firm, founded by principals Bruce Dorfman...
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Nearly 1,200 new Bay Area units under way Publication: Business Journal Date: May 6, 2013 MILL VALLEY — Thompson Dorfman Partners, LLC,  said it plans to spend $500 million in the next three years building multifamily and mixed-use developments in...
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Publication: San Francisco Business Times Date: April 12, 2013 Multi-family housing construction is coming back on the Peninsula Wood Partners recently broke ground on a $43.7 million apartment community of 111 units in San Mateo. The 2.4-acre site at 2090...
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500 homes, retail for old paint plant are dusted off after a decade’s delay Publication: San Francisco Business Times Author: Blanca Torres Date: April 12, 2013 A pair of developers are restarting development of a former Sherwin-Williams paint factory in...
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More housing options in Walnut Creek are on the horizon. Publication: San Francisco Business Times Author: Blanca Torres Date: September 24, 2011 I wrote a story for today’s print edition about a mini-retail boom in the works in Walnut Creek,...
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Publication: San Francisco Business Times Date: September 9, 2011 After years of sluggish condo sales, many developers with projects that are finished, entitled or somewhere in between are looking at becoming apartment landlords. One of the latest projects to join...
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Publication: San Francisco Business Times Author: Blanca Torres Date: April 1, 2011 Downtown Walnut Creek has done a good job attracting shoppers. Now it’s shifting focus to a new demographic: apartment dwellers. The East Bay city has a pipeline of...
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Since the 2008 housing meltdown, pickings for new construction condos in the Bay Area have been slim. And in central Contra Costa County near Walnut Creek, they’ve been even slimmer. With most new developments going rental or being shelved altogether, it’s...
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  Original article HERE via: MULTI-HOUSING NEWS...
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