Real-Estate Mogul Awards

I just watched the Oscars. How about the Real-Estate Awards? I want to see the California Barrel CompanyLLC Story from start to finish. Why did they pick this name? Who are they? They are……….The Phantom of the Charge!

“As envisioned by California Barrel Company, the LLC which is leading the charge and includes Associate Capital and Meg Whitman as members,”

There’s only one way to read this script: the CBCLLC, is not Meg, or AC. Give us a human name, god-damnn it!

I see Seth Zachary escorting Meg Whitman on the red carpet. Quibi has made some mind-altering Real-Estate flicks, that have caused some folks to orgasm. Seth is wearing the best tux ever made, and Meg has sequined dress full of images of Tinkerbelle.

Associate Capital finally got their act together. They will be wheeling out their juggernaut surrounded by Victoria Secret models wearing barrels, with tame California Grizzlies on gold chains. Their theme song this year, is ………’Drill baby! Drill’.

John Presco

http://commissions.sfplanning.org/hpcpackets/2017-011878ENV_ARC.pdf

Meg Whitman Real Estate Investment Group Buying into SF Waterfront

The southern waterfront of San Francisco is very prized territory for the new wave of major developments cropping up around the city. One of the more valuable prizes is the 21-acre Potrero Power Plant site which was just bought by a surprisingly small, nimble investor group that is led by Associate Capital. The group also includes Meg Whitman, CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise and chairwoman of HP Inc., and her husband, neurosurgeon Griffith Harsh IV – according to an article in bizjournals.com.

The investor group (that beat out 10 other more well known groups) for the property clearly shows a new trend of the super rich getting involved in large real estate investment deals. Chris Foley, a condo marketing and research expert, made this observation of the ultra rich: “Ultra high-net-worth investors, from the tech industry and beyond, are looking for investments that might generate better returns than venture capital or the stock market.”

Super rich clients can put anywhere from $100,000 to $5 million into targeted real estate development with the deals providing cash flow, tax benefits and high returns compared to other investments.

The power plant property is particularly valued as that it can developed into a mixed use complex. According to Foley the power plant is “one of the last premier large-scale development sites in San Francisco.”

https://kasarealestate.com/plans-massive-new-waterfront-development-revealed/

As envisioned by California Barrel Company, the LLC which is leading the charge and includes Associate Capital and Meg Whitman as members, the overall development would yield up to 2,700 dwelling units; 220 hotel rooms; 600,000 square feet of office space; 700,000 square feet of R&D and PDR; over 100,000 square feet of retail (including a new grocery); and parking for around 2,600 cars and 1,700 bikes with a dedicated bike land down 23rd Street.

Except for one 30-story building on the western side of the site, which is roughly the same height as the existing boiler stack along the bay, the other 18 proposed buildings range from 65 to 180 feet in height.

https://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2010/10/29/building-sign-reads-f-meg-whitman-and-carly-fiorina/

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS 5) — In an already nasty election year, outspoken San Francisco defense attorney Tony Serra has unfurled a huge banner in front of his building near busy and tourist-heavy Broadway and Kearny streets in North Beach, stating “F*** Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina.”

Serra told CBS 5 he was upset at the amount of money being spent by the wealthy Republican candidates in their efforts to get elected California governor and U.S. Senator.

Meg Whitman Real Estate Investment Group Buying into SF Waterfront

The southern waterfront of San Francisco is very prized territory for the new wave of major developments cropping up around the city. One of the more valuable prizes is the 21-acre Potrero Power Plant site which was just bought by a surprisingly small, nimble investor group that is led by Associate Capital. The group also includes Meg Whitman, CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise and chairwoman of HP Inc., and her husband, neurosurgeon Griffith Harsh IV – according to an article in bizjournals.

http://docs.ppsmixeduse.com/ppp/Docs_Received_from_DEIR_to_NOD/2018_1024_0000174.pdf

Billionaire Meg Whitman, who was the Republican nominee for California governor in 2010 and lost to Jerry Brown, is backing Democrat Antonio Villaraigosa for governor in 2018.

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, “Whitman, the billionaire former eBay CEO who spent $144 million of her own money on her failed run in 2010, is co-hosting a fundraiser Thursday night for Villaraigosa in Silicon Valley.”

A source close to Whitman told the Chronicle, “Meg has endorsed Antonio because, although she is a Republican, she believes he’s the best candidate for the job. Meg believes that Antonio is stronger than (Lt. Gov.) Gavin (Newsom) on both the economy and education, which are both important issues.”

 

In the last couple of years, such crowd-sourcing has been used to raise money for candidates, but this could be one of the highest-profile efforts to use social media for pure political purposes.

“These types of nuggets of information have always been out there about a candidate and discussed,” said David Weinberger, a researcher at Harvard University’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society. “But this type of site creates a centralized location for them to be collected.”

Visitors to the site – who must provide an e-mail address before gaining admission – are largely free to post what they’d like about the former CEO of eBay and first-time political candidate. Monitors of the site are particularly looking for nuggets to pop into sections titled “eBay Stories, Meg History and Meg Sightings.”

 

https://www.sfgate.com/politics/joegarofoli/article/Site-asks-public-to-share-dirt-on-Meg-Whitman-3270705.php

The investor group (that beat out 10 other more well known groups) for the property clearly shows a new trend of the super rich getting involved in large real estate investment deals. Chris Foley, a condo marketing and research expert, made this observation of the ultra rich: “Ultra high-net-worth investors, from the tech industry and beyond, are looking for investments that might generate better returns than venture capital or the stock market.”

Super rich clients can put anywhere from $100,000 to $5 million into targeted real estate development with the deals providing cash flow, tax benefits and high returns compared to other investments.

The power plant property is particularly valued as that it can developed into a mixed use complex. According to Foley the power plant is “one of the last premier large-scale development sites in San Francisco.”

https://kasarealestate.com/plans-massive-new-waterfront-development-revealed/

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  1. Reblogged this on Rosamond Press and commented:

    Once again I saw this coming.

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