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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.

  • Capital City is Once Again Open for Business

    Capital City is Once Again Open for Business

    ROSEVILLE, CA—Compared to the prices in the Bay Area, Sacramento-area cities still have value and make for an appealing investment, with more than $1 billion of new projects and infrastructure underway.

  • Key Commercial Site Opens Up for Lease

    Key Commercial Site Opens Up for Lease

    IRVING, TX—The buyer was an unidentified limited liability corporation that already owned the class-A office building currently being marketed for lease, and via the sale, now owns the land, GlobeSt.com learns.

  • Energy Downturn Resilience Continues to Surprise Naysayers

    Energy Downturn Resilience Continues to Surprise Naysayers

    HOUSTON—Not only was 2016 a record-setting year for home sales, but the start to 2017 is already outperforming that pace, proving the city to be stable and strong, and higher demand than supply for upscale condos.

  • DFW Leads Nation in Demand For Industrial Space

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    DFW Leads Nation in Demand For Industrial Space

    DALLAS—As of last month, the industrial sector has registered 27 consecutive quarters of net occupancy gains, placing this up cycle among the longest ever, and is also among the strongest, with net absorption for the past three years.

  • Texas and Louisiana Ports Have Development Land

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    Texas and Louisiana Ports Have Development Land

    HOUSTON—The Port of Houston ranks as the top breakbulk cargo port in the US, but upon completion, Port Cameron in Lake Charles, LA will be the largest private energy services facility on the Gulf Coast.

  • The Future of Suburban Retail is Artisanal

    The Future of Suburban Retail is Artisanal

    SAN MATEO, CA—Bay Meadows’ team uses retail curation expertise to bring community-minded retail tenants as a way to differentiate this mixed-use community from the generic centers dotting many Bay Area communities.

  • Sale Sets New National Cap Rate Record

    Sale Sets New National Cap Rate Record

    DALLAS—Just Brakes stores were acquired by Pep Boys, led by investor Carl Icahn, with the record-setting property having an eight-year absolute NNN lease including a corporate guarantee and strong increases every five years.

  • 1915 Texaco Landmark Welcomes Guests Again

    1915 Texaco Landmark Welcomes Guests Again

    HOUSTON—The Texaco building is alive again for the first time since 1989, with the 1915 skyscraper that cemented the city’s economic significance being reborn as The Star, a 286-unit multifamily building.

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