News & Awards

News & Awards.

TMG Partners has won awards for many projects
including honors for “Best Mixed Use,”
“Best Office,” and “Best Historic Rehabilitation”.


September 28, 2010
TMG Partners

Zynga employees to relocate to 270,000 square foot space at 699 Eighth Street, a TMG Partners Development

September 22, 2010
San Francisco Business Times

TMG Partners has named Tom Stubbs as development partner, a position he previously held at the company before taking an eight-year hiatus to build a successful winery.

July 9, 2010
San Francisco Business Times

Continental Development Corp.

June 23, 2010
Soma Grand


May 13, 2010

Yahoo Inc. won approval Tuesday night from the Santa Clara City Council's 7-0 vote for the construction of its 3-million-square-foot campus here.

May 1, 2010
ULI Magazine

"What models of public/private cooperation for town center development will be the most relevant when the economy recovers?"


November 16, 2009
San Francisco Business Times

A joint venture between San Francisco-based TMG Partners and the Related Cos.

September 1, 2009
Urban Land magazine
August 14, 2009
San Francisco Business Times

TMG Partners has been named by Alameda County Superior Court as the receiver for three Emeryville buildings owned by a subsidiary of Houston-based Hines Interests.

May 15, 2009
San Francisco Business Times

San Francisco condo developers are seeing a sharp increase in sales as buyers rush in to take advantage of low interest rates and recession-friendly bargains that in many cases are 30 percent below

May 4, 2009
Switchboard blog from Natural Resources Defense Council

While at the AIA convention (I'm not an architect but still want to be one when I grow up) last week, I attended a presentation on the redevelopment of the Marketplace site in Emeryville, Californi

May 1, 2009
San Francisco Business Times

At the height of the real estate boom in November 2006, TMG Partners and partner AGI Capital pulled off a major coup: a $100 million capital windfall from CalPERS that could be leveraged into $400

April 2, 2009
San Francisco Chronicle

Builders and planning groups fear that lenders are drawing conclusions from the financial meltdown that will stunt the growth of high-rise housing, even after the economy recovers.


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