Carrie Rossenfeld


Carrie Rossenfeld
Reporter

Executive Bio

Carrie Rossenfeld is a reporter for the West Coast region of GlobeSt.com and Real Estate Forum. She was a trade-magazine and newsletter editor in New York City before moving to Southern California to become a freelance writer and editor for magazines, books and websites. Rossenfeld has written extensively on topics including commercial real estate, running a medical practice, intellectual-property licensing and giftware. She has edited books about profiting from real estate and has ghostwritten a book about starting a home-based business.

  • Income Stagnation Holding Down Growth

    NEWPORT BEACH, CA—Income has not moved for the average American family in 35 years, which is holding down growth and increasing the need for affordable housing, say speakers at the ‘Best of the West’ real estate capital conference.

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  • Lenders Looking Hard at Tenant Financials

    CARLSBAD, CA—Office buildings that are losing long-term tenants have become a red flag for cautious CMBS lenders, Trepp LLC’s Sean Barrie tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE look at liquidating loans.

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  • Flexibility is Key on MOB Campuses

    NEWPORT BEACH, CA—Newport Heights Medical Campus, which will begin construction here this summer, will offer flexibility for large and small users for the long term, REDA’s Jason Krotts and Cypress West’s Bryan McKenney tell GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .

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  • Why Class-B Office is Hot in OC

    ORANGE COUNTY, CA—The brightening office market is spilling over into class-B properties, which are gaining investor attention because of their low vacancies and improving rents, C&W’s Jared Dienstag tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .

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  • Q1 Office Sales Top $453M in San Diego

    SAN DIEGO—The market is on track to top last year’s volume, particularly in the Carlsbad submarket, where more than 25% of the stock is expected to trade hands this year, according to CBRE’s Louay Alsadek.

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  • Urban Retail Space Units Selling Big

    IRVINE, CA—In keeping with the trend of Millennials moving into urban areas, a fair number of urban retail units are being plucked by investors, Auction.com’s Rick Sharga tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .

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  • Emerging Needs in Supply-Chain Management

    IRVINE, CA—Time in transit is always a key metric, but getting things in the right order and being able to forecast what’s needed are critical, C&W’s Kevin Turner tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE interview.

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  • Warehouse Market Strong for San Diego

    SAN DIEGO—Modern, functional space under 50,000 square feet is at a premium, and advanced manufacturers seeking larger space are increasing their demand, according to CBRE.

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  • Which SoCal Market Leads Office Absorption?

    NEWPORT BEACH, CA—Net office absorption in OC is outperforming that of every other market in the region, with 42% of the absorption in SoCal taking place here over the last three years, CBRE’s Kurt Strasmann tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .

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  • Why OC Office Users Are Expanding

    IRVINE, CA—As the office recovery continues, the pendulum is beginning to swing in the opposite direction from previously seen contractions to purposeful expansions, Stream Realty’s Blaine Annett tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .

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