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Advocate: An Update on Legislative, Regulatory, and Political Issues Affecting Commercial Real Estate
June 22, 2017
Volume 23, Issue 6
UPDATE: San Francisco Lactation in the Workplace Ordinance
BOMA Members Advocate for the Industry - Major Industry Amendments Accepted
Thank you to Blake Peterson, Justin Sacco, Jim Collins and Many More!
 
Thanks to the involvement of BOMA San Francisco's Government Affairs Committee members - nearly all of our industry's suggested amendments to the San Francisco Lactation in the Workplace Ordinance have been accepted by Supervisor Tang and her staff. Take a a moment to review the details of the approved amendments.
 
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BOMA San Francisco and BOMA California Advocate for the Industry
California Commercial Real Estate Summit 2017
KEY ISSUE: Proposition 13 Protections
 
The goal of the California Commercial Real Estate Summit is to increase public policy and political awareness of state issues, and to foster collaborative efforts among business leaders from all sectors of California and their representatives in the State Legislature.  
 
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Proposition 13 Split-Roll Tax
The Economic Consequences
By Ken Cleaveland and John Bozeman, BOMA San Francisco
 
Please take a moment to read an article by BOMA San Francisco's Advocacy Team regarding the economic consequences of a Proposition 13 Split-Roll Tax.
 
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Building Facade Inspection and Maintenance Ordinance
Compliance Requirement Draft Now Available For Review
 
The San Francisco Façade Inspection and Maintenance bulletin that will implement the recently passed legislation requiring that building facades be inspected and maintained in a safe manner is now available. 
 
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What Makes a Competitive Amenity Package Today?
Take a moment to learn about Columbia Property Trust
 
Columbia Property Trust has set its Bay Area office properties apart by introducing exclusive, lifestyle amenities that have helped to drive leasing success.
 
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BOMA International Advocacy Update
Energy Efficiency Tax Incentives; Flood Insurance Reauthorization & Tax Reform Drags On
 
Please review this important advocacy update from BOMA International. 

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FEEDBACK REQUESTED: Transit Center District Plan Exterior Signage Interim Controls
May Become Permanent
 
We've been monitoring this issue and, recently, there is word from San Francisco's City Hall that the Transit Center District Plan exterior signage interim controls may become permanent. 
 
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ABOUT COLUMBIA PROPERTY TRUST
 

 
PREMIER ASSETS.
LOCAL TEAMS.
 
Columbia Property Trust is focused on markets with a track record of outperformance over the long-term. We have chosen to invest our capital and build our teams in New York City, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C. – markets that we believe will continue to outperform in the years ahead and will provide us with growth in funds from operations over time.
 
STRATEGY
 
FOCUSED ON VALUE CREATION AND INCOME GROWTH
 
Columbia Property Trust is focused on creating value in high-barrier U.S. office markets, while maintaining a strong balance sheet. Since 2011, we have undergone a significant transformation through opportunistic acquisitions and dispositions, shifting our focus from suburban and mostly single-tenant properties to predominantly CBD and multi-tenant properties. With our planned disposition program complete, today over half our portfolio revenues are derived from gateway markets, including New York, San Francisco, Washington D.C., and Boston, where our operations are led by strong local teams.
 
As an owner/operator, we strive to maximize returns through proactive management, creative leasing  and value-adding capital improvements, which results in strong rental rates and maintains high occupancy in our portfolio. We also seek to operate efficiently, responsibly and always in the best interest of our stakeholders. We are proud to have 76% of our buildings ENERGY STAR®-certified and nine of our buildings LEED®-certified, and we are pursuing certification for additional properties.
 
To learn more about our strategy please review our latest Investor Presentation. Click here to view Columbia Property Trust's portfolio. 

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ADVOCACY EVENTS
•  Government Affairs Policy Advisory Committee (GAPAC) Meeting
July 12, 2017
235 Montgomery Street (Russ Building), 7th Floor, San Francisco, CA
Please click here for more information.
•  Energy & Environment Committee 
July 19, 2017
Ferry Building, Port Commission Hearing Room, San Francisco, CA
Please click here for more information.
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Codes and Regulations Committee 
July 26, 2017
201 California Street, 2nd Floor Conference Room, San Francisco, CA
Please click here for more information.
• 
Emergency Preparedness Committee Meeting 
August 8, 2017
225 Bush Street, Montgomery Burns Boardroom, San Francisco, CA
Please click here for more information.
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