Tag: San Francisco

Uber, Senior Living Team Up to ‘Drive’ Resident Mobility

Posted 07.15.2015 | Categories: Senior Housing/Assisted Living | No Comments

  A relatively new transportation innovation, San Francisco-based Uber first drove into the senior care space in October when it launched its uberASSIST offering. This brought the company’s signature service — which allows people to call for rides and pay automatically via smartphone — to seniors. Now, the $18 billion company is expanding those offerings by launching […]

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Transit: Top Four Markets for Real Estate

Posted 11.19.2009 | Categories: Transit Development | 1 Comment

Washington, D.C. ranks as the top market in the United States for real estate investment and development, which, in the current economic environment, means it is the least troubled. So says the 2010 version of Emerging Trends in Real Estate®, released this week at Urban Land Institute’s Annual Fall Meeting in San Francisco. The widely […]

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Student Housing: S.F. seeks a ‘super dorm’

Student Housing: S.F. seeks a ‘super dorm’

Posted 08.03.2009 | Categories: Student Housing | No Comments

When Menlo Capital Group Managing Partner Karan Suri decided to convert an empty former tourist hotel at 851 California St. to student housing, he knew there was a long-simmering need in San Francisco. But he had no idea how dire the situation was. Within a week, nearly half of the building’s 100 beds had been […]

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