Research

Center for Community Innovation Research

Final Report: Industrial Land and Jobs Study for the San Francisco Bay Area

Karen Chapple, Evelyne St.-Louis, Sarah Ritter, Ángel Ross, Elizabeth Mattiuzzi, Mitchell Crispell, Erin Lapeyrolerie, Rebecca Coleman, Abigail Cochran

Industrial Land Supply and Demand

Karen Chapple, Sarah Ritter, Angel Ross, Elizabeth Mattiuzzi, Erin Lapeyrolerie, Evelyne St.-Louis

Memo #1, Industrial Land Supply and Demand, investigates trends in industrial demand and supply, current space and occupancy patterns on industrial land, and distribution of businesses across industrially zoned land.

The Conversion of Industrially Zoned Land

Karen Chapple, Somaya Abdelgany, Mitchell Crispell, Sarah Ritter, Evelyne St.-Louis

Memo #2, The Conversion of Industrially Zoned Land, assesses 1) how much of the region’s industrially zoned land has already been converted, 2) how much is likely to be converted in the near future, and 3) whether there is likely to be sufficient industrially zoned land in the future.

Assessing the Impacts of Changes in Industrial Employment on Job Quality and Commuter Patterns

Karen Chapple, Evelyne St.-Louis, Angel Ross

Memo #3, Assessing the Impacts of Changes in Industrial Employment on Job Quality and Commuter Patterns, analyzes the economic and transportation impacts from future projected changes in industri­al land and jobs across the nine-county Bay Area region.

Assessing The Effectiveness Of Industrial Zoning Designations In The San Francisco Bay Area

Karen Chapple, Evelyne St.-Louis

Memo #4, This Technical Memo analyzes the effectiveness of different industrial land (IL) zoning classifications at fostering employment growth.

What Do Businesses Want?

Karen Chapple, Evelyne St-Louis, Abigail Cochran, Rebecca Coleman, Elizabeth Mattiuzzi

Memo #5, What Do Businesses Want?, surveys Bay Area businesses to evaluate why businesses want to locate on industrial land, what role their business plays within the regional economy, and the challenges they experience.