The Community Opportunity to Purchase Act (“COPA”), introduced by San Francisco Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer, was unanimously co-sponsored and approved during an April meeting of the Board of Supervisors. The the act will amend the San Francisco Administrative Code to give certain qualified non-profit organizations both a right of first offer and a separate right of first refusal to purchase either multi-family rental properties (three units or more), or vacant lots zoned for three units or more.
University of California, Berkeley’s team, Golden Bear Real Estate, took home bragging rights, the coveted James W. Brecht Memorial Golden Shovel and a $2,000 check for charity compliments of Mechanics Bank at NAIOP SFBA’s 30th annual Cal-Stanford Real Estate Challenge Luncheon. The event, which was held on Thursday, April 25th at the Four Seasons Hotel in San Francisco attracted a sold-out crowd of over 400.
Cameron Falconer is passionate all things Hines. Just this month, he transitioned from Regional Partner in charge of Northern California to Chief Operating Officer of the company’s Global Capital Markets Group.