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.

  • Is Carlsbad Next for Office Growth?

    CARLSBAD, CA—Davlyn Investments purchases a 74,807-square-foot office property here, a market that’s ‘next in line to enjoy the economic growth already seen throughout the country,’ according to director of office acquisitions John Hale.

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  • Expert Strategies for Self-Storage Success

    LADERA RANCH, CA—SmartStop’s H. Michael Schwartz tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY that clustering assets in similar areas provides incremental benefit to the properties in a sector that’s attracting new investor groups.

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  • People are Staying After 5:00 in DTSD

    SAN DIEGO—The Downtown submarket is becoming a destination as the area undergoes a wave of urbanization and outreach to the community, SVA Architects’ Bob Simons tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE interview.

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  • Why Heritage Believes the Market is Frothy

    SAN DIEGO—The spread between value-and stabilized property returns is abnormally high, which is why this 10-year-old firm looks to add value for higher cap rates, its principals tell GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE story.

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  • The New Normal for Office Fundamentals

    IRVINE, CA—With higher sales volumes and a wealth of financing activity expected as 10-year loans mature, Auction.com’s Peter Muoio tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY we may be seeing an echo of the mid-2000s.

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  • Mission Valley Hilton Completes $12M Redux

    SAN DIEGO—Changes encompass the lobby, a brand-new on-site restaurant, public spaces throughout and upgrades to the hotel’s 350 guest rooms to offer a ‘unique, upscale offering and a premier option for business and leisure travelers.’

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  • Seabright Townhomes Make Their Debut

    COSTA MESA, CA—Brandywine Homes’ 26-unit community at 2019 Anaheim Ave. here is created after the developer demolished an existing 18-unit apartment complex to build it in this week’s wrap-up of deals.

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  • Redevelopment is About Preservation, Reinvention

    LOS ANGELES—Adaptive re-use and redevelopment are ways to preserve the value of a property in addition to responding to what the marketplace wants, say speakers at RealShare Los Angeles’s ‘Re-use and Redevelopment’ panel.

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  • Entitlement Process Adds Risk to MF Development

    LOS ANGELES—The multifamily sector is still going strong and rent growth is accelerating, but developers should still exercise caution, say speakers at last week’s RealShare Los Angeles’ ‘Multifamily Momentum’ panel.

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  • Affordable-Housing Project Gets Bankrolled

    SAN DIEGO—Wakeland Housing and Development Corp. has closed on $52 million of construction lending from US Bank for Atmosphere, a $79.3-million affordable and supportive housing development Downtown.

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