Tri-Valley Real Estate Breakfast Webinar: How Remote Work is Transforming the Tri-Valley

By Hoge Fenton | 02.10.2021 | Real Estate and Land Use

The pandemic has brought the remote workforce concept into the mainstream, and working remotely on a daily basis is here to stay. This trend may have a deep and long-lasting impact on the Tri-Valley’s residential and commercial real estate markets.

Families and businesses may move to the Tri-Valley, as it offers a high quality of life and access to San Francisco and Silicon Valley. Families and businesses are also leaving California altogether. The trends may affect the Tri-Valley residential and commercial real estate markets for years to come.

Join Hoge Fenton and Innovation Tri-Valley Leadership Group for the Tri-Valley Real Estate Breakfast webinar on March 2, 2021, from 8:00 – 9:00 am. We will hear from our panelists on how the remote work trend has impacted Tri-Valley’s work dynamic, residential, and commercial real estate markets.

Meet Our Panelists 

Ellen Kamei is the Mayor of the City of Mountain View, and serves as an Area Manager in External and Legislative Affairs for AT&T, Inc. Ellen is responsible for the planning, coordination, and implementation of critical AT&T legislative, regulatory, and community objectives in the Northern California Bay Area specifically Alameda, Santa Clara, and San Mateo counties.
Joshua Hitchcock is the Senior Vice President and Director of Leasing at Bishop Ranch by Sunset Development Company. Prior to joining Sunset Development in 2015, Mr. Hitchcock spent 12 years at Equity Office Properties where he managed all leasing and marketing in the Silicon Valley and San Francisco markets.
Brian Lagomarsino specializes in sales and leasing of office property representing Buyers, Sellers, Tenants, Landlords, and Developers. Mr. Lagomarsino’s strength is in clearly understanding his client’s needs and in delivering creative and effective solutions with an unsurpassed level of service and integrity.
James Paxson has served as Hacienda’s General Manager since 1995. He manages all programs operated on behalf of investors and owners of property within Hacienda including Development and Planning, Infrastructure Management, Security, Transportation, Environmental Monitoring, Amenities and Community Relations. Mr. Paxson also serves on the East Bay Economic Development Alliance.
Gina Piper, born and raised in Pleasanton, knows her way around our community and the real estate industry. Her 26-year history of hard work, unsurpassed service and dedication to her clients’ needs has earned Gina a strong reputation. She consistently ranks amongst the top agents in the Tri-Valley.
Assemblywoman Catharine B. Baker represented the 16th Assembly District from 2014 through 2018 and will be moderating our discussion. She is now Special Counsel at Hoge Fenton, where she advises businesses and non-profits. Catharine also practices election law, advising non-profits and both partisan and non-partisan organizations on election matters

This information is provided as an educational service by Hoge Fenton for clients and friends of the firm. This communique is an overview only, and should not be construed as legal advice or advice to take any specific action. Please be sure to consult a knowledgeable professional with assistance with your particular legal issue. © 2021 Hoge Fenton

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