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.

  • How the Hotel Sector Can Achieve Growth

    IRVINE, CA—Trouble abroad means foreign travel is expected to decrease, plus the sector is reaching a maturation point that limits room-rate growth. Auction.com’s Anthony Falor and Peter Muoio tell GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY where opportunities lie for hotels.

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  • Retailers Have Greater Access to Capital

    SAN DIEGO—Shop owners and other entrepreneurs have better access to investment capital than they had only two years ago, Capstone Advisors’ Alex Zikakis tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE look at the Carmel Mountain Ranch retail market.

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  • Small Firms Gain Ground in Industrial

    IRVINE, CA—Entrepreneurial firms that occupy between 1,500 square feet and 3,000 square feet are increasing their leasing activity, a testament to overall improvements in the economy, BKM’s Matt Stephenson tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .

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  • The Biggest Shift in Apartment Management

    SAN DIEGO—Companies involved in multifamily are focusing more on class-B product and value-add deals than ever now that the capital spigots are more open to purchasing and renovating these properties, ConAm’s Julie Brawn-Whitesides tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .

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  • Behind Imperial Beach’s Big Comeback

    SAN DIEGO—Multifamily sales-price growth in this submarket has grown 79% between 2012 and 2015 and the vacancy rate is below 2%. DTZ’s Will Creagan tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY what’s causing this market to wake up.

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  • Why Brick-and-Mortars Rule for Back-to-School

    IRVINE, CA—Click-to-ship just isn’t part of the back-to-school experience, causing consumers to choose brick-and-mortars over online shopping for these purchases, JLL’s Holly Rome tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE look at the firm’s recent report.

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  • Creating a ‘Versatile Workplace Community’

    LA JOLLA, CA—Irvine Co.’s recently completed One La Jolla Center offers tenants the flexibility, physical amenities and lifestyle workplace modern office tenants are craving, the firm’s Doug Holte tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY during our recent walkthrough of the property.

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  • Is “Main & Main” Losing its Edge?

    LA JOLLA, CA—Many retail tenants no longer find it necessary to pay the price premium to be in high-profile locations and shopping centers or urban markets, NGKF’s Randee Stratton tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY in this look at what these tenants seek.

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  • What Towne Center Redux Brings to La Costa

    CARLSBAD, CA—The 123,000-square-foot Beacon La Costa will offer locals a gathering spot with outdoor dining options and upscale retail this submarket has been waiting for, Linwood Ventures’ Scott Schonfeld tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY .

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  • Work Backwards for Career Success

    IRVINE, CA—Begin with the end in mind in order to wind up where you want to be careerwise is the advice Stillwater’s John Drachman would give to other young professionals starting out in CRE, he tells GlobeSt.com this EXCLUSIVE interview.

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