Woodinville-based Aboda is expanding as fast as the region’s population. The company announced today that it will open an office in San Francisco serving the Greater Bay Area, including Oakland, Emeryville, Pleasanton, Palo Alto, Mountain View, Walnut Creek, and San Jose.

The Aboda warehouse in Woodinville. The company announced in April that it will open a new office in San Francisco. Photo by Rachel Coward.

The Aboda warehouse in Woodinville. The company announced in April that it will open a new office in San Francisco. Photo by Rachel Coward.

“There are a lot of similarities and synergies between the Greater Seattle area and Northern California,”Robyn Joliat, vice president of global client services and new market development, said in a statement. “Our current customer base and property management partnerships up north allow us to open the San Francisco market with existing relationships and partners that know Aboda and have done business with us for several years.”

With the rate of growth in the Puget Sound, it’s no wonder Aboda also has experienced record growth. Since the company moved to larger warehouse and operations space in October 2015, it also opened an operations office in Portland and entered into a management contract for a high-rise building in Rochester, Minnesota.

In all its work, Aboda’s goal has been simple; to offer quality services and create a fun and unique experience for guests as they transition to a new community.

Tyler Smittle. Photo courtesy Aboda.

Tyler Smittle, Aboda general manager for the Bay Area. Photo courtesy Aboda.

“San Francisco continues to be a top market to watch,” Lee Curtis, president of global housing management, said in a statement. “Northern California is a key location where we will now continue our world-class delivery system for corporate housing that is the envy of the industry.”

The San Francisco office will be lead by Tyler Smittle, a San Francisco native with more than 20 years of hospitality management experience.