Investors poured record amounts of money into digital health startups in 2017. That's according to a report by Rock Health, which also noted the Bay Area's outsize presence in the digital health arena. "California is still the main digital health hotbed, accounting for 41 percent of deals and overall funding in 2017," the report said. "The Bay Area in particular drives this metric with more $2-million-plus digital health deals than the next five regions combined."
The number of projects in Hayward is picking up steam, with over 1,700 residential units and 80,000 square feet of retail space that has been proposed, approved or under construction. The projects farthest along in the pipeline include a library at 888 C St., 60 apartments for seniors over on A St. and a 36,000-square-foot movie theater that's part of the Southland Mall, all of which are under construction.
Oakland retail vacancy is dropping and retail rents are climbing. With the Broadway-Valdez corridor on deck to add roughly 257,000 square feet of retail over the next few years, the city has ample space for retailers and is poised to succeed even in the face of ecommerce. But much of that depends on the residential offerings in the city and outside perception of places like East and West Oakland. In the past, large department stores downtown dominated the Oakland retail scene.
@timothydclark I like the concept of odds and evens but am afraid it will be paint by numbers, a la cthun. Most interesting thing to me is the start of game effect offered by those legendaries. That’s design space they haven’t used outside of single player, I believe.
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