Archive for July 2022
The battle for talent: What today’s workers want in a job and a city
As employers fight for talent, new data shows what candidates are looking for in a job, a company and a community.
Private school Fusion Academy planning flex campus at Folsom’s Palladio
Folsom's Palladio at Broadstone shopping center is adding a different type of tenant to its offerings, which have primarily included dining, retail and entertainment.
Heller files proposal for revamped Tribute project in Midtown
Heller Pacific's long-planned Tribute building in Midtown Sacramento has returned with a revised proposal submitted to the city.
Manijeh Fata takes ‘acting’ off title at Film SF after new appointment
Fata previously served as "acting" executive director of Film SF, where she has worked since 2015.
Northwood Apartments in Arden-Arcade sold for $31.3 million
For the first time in its history — going back nearly 45 years — an Arden-Arcade apartment property has a new owner.
Metromile’s new owner Lemonade slashes dozens of San Francisco jobs
“Today’s actions were not what any of us expected," Metromile's CEO said in an email to staff following the layoffs.
Folsom Ranch moving toward more than just houses
When a big new housing development pops up, the questions from new residents come pretty quickly.
Exclusive: Imperfect Foods to depart S.F. warehouse, cutting 50 jobs
Imperfect Foods called the decision "difficult but necessary."
Michigan electric vehicle battery startup Our Next Energy expands into Fremont
ONE, which recently announced a partnership with BMW Group, says it was drawn to the Bay Area by its talent pool.
IHP Capital Partners, Anthem Properties team on two Placer County projects
Apart from land deals, IHP Capital Partners hasn't taken part in a Sacramento region housing project since the Great Recession.