San Francisco is now the first city in the U.S. to require green roofs and/or solar panels on new construction projects.
Canadian Apartment Magazine
As part of an ongoing property aggregation strategy with partners Veritas Investments, Inc. (Veritas), Ivanhoé Cambridge has acquired 11 multi-residential properties in San Francisco, California. Together, the acquired properties represent a total investment of $190-million U.S. This brings the number of American properties jointly owned by the partners to 20.
The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) will complete its first investment in San Francisco office real estate with the partial purchase of a Class