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Lisa Brown

Lisa Brown

Editor, GlobeSt.com

Lisa Brown is an editor for the south and west regions of GlobeSt.com. She has 25-plus years of real estate experience, with a regional PR role at Grubb & Ellis and a national communications position at Marcus & Millichap. Brown also spent 10 years as executive director at NAIOP San Francisco Bay Area chapter, where she led the organization to achieving its first national award honors and recognition on Capitol Hill. She has written extensively on commercial real estate topics and edited numerous pieces on the subject.

  • Residents Get a Look Forward Before Build Out

    Residents Get a Look Forward Before Build Out

    SAN FRANCISCO—The Pacific is the only newly constructed residential development in Pacific Heights in decades, and would-be buyers have the ability to experience 360 degree views through headsets and two 70-inch touch screens.

  • Memorial City Units to Join Those Atop Hotel ZaZa

    Memorial City Units to Join Those Atop Hotel ZaZa

    WEST HOUSTON—The eight-floor 327-unit all-rental midrise building, adjacent to Memorial City Mall and clocking in at $57 million, is slated to open in the summer of 2019 after the luxury units atop Hotel ZaZa.

  • The Epic Looks to Retain Historical Nuances

    The Epic Looks to Retain Historical Nuances

    DALLAS—The project will feature an office building, residential tower and boutique hotel, which are set to transform the western end of Deep Ellum when completed in late 2019.

  • North Bay Multifamily Hits Record Per-Unit Price

    North Bay Multifamily Hits Record Per-Unit Price

    BELVEDERE, CA—The 22-unit apartment property, of which 16 feature private gardens and docks on the Belvedere Lagoon, was owned by the same family for almost 80 years and fetched the highest price for a West Coast development.

  • Investors Target Senior Housing as Population Grays

    Investors Target Senior Housing as Population Grays

    TOMBALL, TX—According to the Social Security Administration, a person turning 65 today will live well into his or her 80s, with 25% of those individuals’ lives extending past age 90, making senior housing a top priority.

  • Chisholm Trail Offers Affordable Alternative

    Chisholm Trail Offers Affordable Alternative

    FORT WORTH—In an area that is deemed very affordable and 10 minutes from downtown, the Chisholm Trail Ranch corridor has desirability for those working professionals such as nurses and pharmacists.

  • Culinary Breakout Concept is Four Years in the Making

    Culinary Breakout Concept is Four Years in the Making

    SAN FRANCISCO—Founded by husband and wife restaurateurs, China Live totals 30,000 square feet in two buildings, including a tea café, eight demonstration cooking stations, and retail space that offers specialized Chinese ingredients and kitchen items.

  • Multifamily Sales and Debt Originations to Stay on Track

    Multifamily Sales and Debt Originations to Stay on Track

    HOUSTON—Rents are still rising and stable, cap-rate spreads are healthy, the markets continue to grow, and even with the recent rise in interest rates, strong demand remains for the multifamily asset type.

  • DFW Has Edge with Diversified Economy and Geography

    DFW Has Edge with Diversified Economy and Geography

    GRAND PRAIRIE, TX—The metroplex has a well-diversified economy within the geographic center of the booming Sun Belt, which helps to fuel both economic and population growth–two vital multifamily pillars.

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