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May 5, 2017

Apartments, retail to replace old Mervyn’s headquarters in Hayward
Appeal citing threat to nearby grocers is denied

The Hayward City Council unanimously approved 476 apartments and 80,500 square feet of commercial space on the 11.5-acre site. Dollinger Properties, of Redwood City, plans to build two six-story apartment buildings.

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April 30, 2017

Office/retail project planned for Parkinson’s Institute site
A 150,651-square-foot, four-story research and development office complex will come to Almanor Avenue after a Sunnyvale City Council vote on April 18.

The project by Almanor Ventures LLC and Chang Architecture will also include a five-level parking garage, public outdoor space with a recreation area and 2,500 square feet of retail space. There will be a public open-air deck area at ground level with seating.

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March 20, 2017

Sunnyvale’s Peery Park could see new office building with public outdoor space
A new development is in the works for Sunnyvale’s major industrial area, known as Peery Park.

On March 13 the planning commission unanimously voted to recommend the city council give developers the go-ahead to build 150,651-square-foot, four-story office and research and development offices with a five-level parking garage, public outdoor space and 2,500 square feet of retail.

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March 9, 2017

Hayward: Development at old Mervyn’s site gets initial OK
Proposal for 476 apartments, commercial spaces heads to City Council

HAYWARD — A plan to build retail spaces and luxury rental apartment towers at the long-vacant Mervyn’s headquarters site in downtown Hayward is one step closer to advancing after city planning commissioners gave it their stamp of approval.

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March 11, 2016

Why these retailers flocked to new north San Jose shopping center
Redwood City-based Dollinger paid about $23 million for the land in November 2014

We all know the storyline about retail right now: When it comes to tenants, it's all about food, food and more food, with non-food tenants becoming as rare as hen's teeth.

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October 14, 2015

PCCP Provides $48.5 Million Loan for Sprouts @ Brokaw
PCCP Provides $48.5 Million Loan for Construction of Sprouts @ Brokaw in San Jose

San Francisco, Calif., October 13, 2015 – PCCP, LLC announced today that it has provided a $48.5 million senior loan to Dollinger Properties for the development of Sprouts @ Brokaw in San Jose, Calif.

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Apr 30, 2015

Grocer sprouts up at Dollinger's San Jose retail center
There's a reason Brokaw Plaza has a new name: Sprouts @ Brokaw

Dollinger Properties, the Redwood City-based developer, has signed a Sprouts Farmers Market to its new 150,000-square-foot retail center at East Brokaw and Oakland Road in San Jose.

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Apr 30, 2015

Sprouts grocery headed to tech-oriented North San Jose
Sprouts has signed a lease to become the anchor tenant of a new retail center planned near the intersection of Interstate 880 and Brokaw Road

The quest to transform north San Jose into a technology village complete with high-tech companies, workers, residents and shoppers is getting a boost with a new lease by Sprouts Farmers Market, an organic and natural foods grocer.

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April 23, 2015

New Development: Brokaw Plaza
South West Corner of Brokaw & Old Oakland | San Jose

Brand New Retail Development in severely underserved North San Jose market. Slated to break ground Q3 2015. 145,000 SF of Grocery Anchored Lifestyle Center. Junior Anchor, Restaurant and shop availabilities. Please contact Damon P. Scholl for more information.

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April 2, 2015

Second try to redevelop former Mervyn's HQ in East Bay moves forward
Dollinger Properties envisions 584,184 square feet of residential and 80,000 square feet of retail space at 22301 Foothill Blvd

A new developer has filed plans to revive the dormant former headquarters of Mervyn's department store in Hayward, after a previous proposal was rejected by the city last year.

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November 18, 2014

Dollinger aims for retail repeat with North San Jose buy
The Redwood City-based company last week acquired 14 acres of land at the corner of East Brokaw and Oakland Road

Two years after opening a new retail center in North San Jose to significant success, Dollinger Properties is getting ready for a repeat — and the developer is not going far afield.

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January 16, 2013

TIAA-CREF Buys Mountain View Shopping Center
133,000-square-foot Charleston Plaza shopping center at 2400 Charleston Road in Mountain View

New York City-based TIAA-CREF has acquired the 133,000-square-foot Charleston Plaza shopping center at 2400 Charleston Road in Mountain View, accepting an initial yield, or capitalization rate, of approximately 5 percent, according to industry sources.

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November 5, 2012

Dave Dollinger Endows USC Real Estate Progem
Dollinger provides $10 million naming gift for USC Price program

USC has received a $10 million gift from David Dollinger to endow the USC Price School of Public Policy’s Master of Real Estate Development (MRED) degree.

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July 20, 2012

Broker: Valley Shopping Center May Sell Below 5 Percent Yield
A Mountain View shopping center developed in 2006 that is a stone’s throw from Google Inc.’s campus may trade based on a yield of 5 percent or less

The 133,000-square-foot Charleston Plaza, now up for sale, is fully leased to a collection of national tenants, all of which committed to their space before the center’s completion and none of whom secured rent concessions.

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July 18, 2012

Colliers Retained to Market Sought-After Mountain View Asset
Colliers International has been retained as the exclusive marketing agent for Charlston Plaza

SAN FRANCISCO, July 18 2012– Colliers International has been retained as the exclusive marketing agent for Charlston Plaza, an approximate 132,590 square-foot community retail center in Mountain View. The trophy class property is owned by Dollinger Properties. Colliers International’s retail investment specialists Kevin Van Voorhis, Jay Gomez, and James Kaye, in San Francisco will market the property for sale.

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January 24, 2010

Asian retail center going up in North San Jose
Veteran developer Dave Dollinger hopes to begin building an Asian retail center in North San Jose this summer

Dollinger is working with John Luk of Milpitas-based GD Commercial to demolish the two office buildings at the corner of Oakland and Brokaw roads and start construction on the 102,000-square-foot retail center he is calling the Silicon Valley International Plaza.

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April 20, 2008

Credit crunch slices competition for big commercial buys
The credit crunch is making it much tougher for leverage-loving real estate investment outfits to finance commercial property purchases

The credit crunch is making it much tougher for leverage-loving real estate investment outfits to finance commercial property purchases. But that's not necessarily bad news for multi-investor fund managers, pension realty advisors and real estate investment trusts (REITs).

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November 5, 2006

Charleston Plaza redefining retail patterns in Mountain View
Cash registers are humming at Charleston Plaza, Mountain View's new retail development along Charleston Road, confirming the city's hunch that retail was just what it needed

Opened in August, the plaza is fully occupied with four flagship retail tenants -- Bed Bath & Beyond, Best Buy, Pet Smart, and REI, filling 120,000 square feet of retail space. A smaller adjacent building now houses a nail salon, SuperCuts, a deli, Starbucks, Chipotle restaurant, and a barbecue restaurant.

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August 20, 2006

Developers bet on older buildings with eye on turnaround
Despite what a cynic would call creeping blight, sharp-eyed developers are finding value among the droves of aging and often vacant industrial buildings that pepper the Santa Clara County landscape

Dave Dollinger of Dollinger Properties in Redwood City has acquired nearly a million square feet of research and development buildings in Silicon Valley since 2004. While Mr. Dollinger says that he buys properties based on their current financials, he also is attuned to prospective opportunity.

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July 26, 2005

REI to open in Mountain View
Recreational Equipment Inc., a retail chain started in 1938 by a group of mountaineers, plans to open a store in Mountain View next spring

Seattle-based REI, which now also sells camping gear and other outdoor equipment, said July 26 its newest store will employ about 55 full- and part-time staff. The 30,500-square-foot store will be a part of the new Charleston Plaza retail development being built on the site of an old industrial park by Dollinger Properties, off of U.S. Hwy 101 at Charleston Road.

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