Month: September 2014

Vote Yes on M And Help Save Menlo Park !

We are concerned about the misleading information from the Stanford No on M campaign. We want to reiterate, unequivocally, that Yes on M is essential to protect our quality of life and save our neighborhoods from additional traffic. Two large office projects – nearly…

Epic Buildings You Need To See In Your Lifetime {Photos}

The first buildings were built some 12,000 years ago.We’ve come a long way since then — creating temples to our gods, houses for our operas, and museums for our art that rival nature’s beauty. Here are 21 buildings you need to see before you…

Understanding Alibaba And Amazon In Just One Chart

Jeff Bezos created a chart that sums it up well China’s Alibaba Group is becoming a serious threat to Amazon.The e-commerce giant made its debut friday in one of the largest public offerings of all time. The IPO was priced at $68 per share, giving…

Hillsborough’s Storied Estate Sells for $22,800,000

The Hillsborough Tudor estate has hosted at least four US Presidents(Nixon, Ford, Reagan, and Bush), as well as British prime minister Margaret Thatcher and King Hussein of Jordan. With 12 bedrooms and 15 bathrooms (that’s 12 fulls and 3 halfs), it was probably rather…

Resurgent Redwood City !!

  Redwood City is “Deadwood City” no more. The Peninsula town has shed its old nickname with a downtown renaissance marked by enhanced public areas, more entertainment and shops—and now, a large boost in multifamily housing construction. “Redwood City is on fire,” said Brett Weber,…

237-Acre Montecito California Estate With A Secret Underground Pub~$125 Million

Like its own small town. A 237-acre estate in Montecito, California, known as Rancho San Carlos One of the largest residential properties in the area, Rancho San Carlos has views of the surrounding mountains and ocean, as well as 11 homes on the property, a…