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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.

  • Enough Deals to Go Around and Then Some

    Enough Deals to Go Around and Then Some

    The Bay Area market continues to experience strong leasing activity, particularly in the northern Silicon Valley submarkets where high-quality, tech-focused space is available at more competitive rates and positive occupancy gains were posted for the 16th straight quarter.

  • LBJ Corridor Benefits from I-635 Upgrade

    LBJ Corridor Benefits from I-635 Upgrade

    Brinker is putting its longtime LBJ Freeway headquarters on the market as it prepares to move to a new build-to-suit at Cypress Waters in the spring of 2019 and will do a sale-leaseback until its departure.

  • Loan Funding Comes Down to the Wire

    Loan Funding Comes Down to the Wire

    The purchase contract required a closing in less than 30 days with no extensions and there were several challenges to be overcome during that period, but funding took place by the last day of the contract.

  • Tech Seeds Had No Place to Grow, Until Now

    Tech Seeds Had No Place to Grow, Until Now

    The proposed Woodland Research Park is envisioned as an innovation and technology hub where established and emerging companies can collaborate and grow in close proximity to research occurring at UC Davis.

  • Despite Loss of Tenant, Platinum Building Has Panache

    Despite Loss of Tenant, Platinum Building Has Panache

    A recent drop in occupancy did not deter lenders from aggressively pursuing a refinancing opportunity at 717 Texas to the tune of $163.5 million, demonstrating continued investor and lender interest.

  • What Do Tertiary Cities Offer Investors?

    What Do Tertiary Cities Offer Investors?

    Due to labor and workforce pressure in metro areas such as Dallas and Houston where wages have increased, tertiary cities may get interest from manufacturers seeking a lower cost of doing business.

  • If You Build Retail, They Will Come

    If You Build Retail, They Will Come

    Located in the historic district with a walkable plaza, Artist Walk mixed-use site near ACE and BART has 65% retail occupancy as the 185-unit community also commences leasing, GlobeSt.com learns in this EXCLUSIVE.

  • Retailer Merges Two Locations into BEDQuarters

    Retailer Merges Two Locations into BEDQuarters

    The decision to consolidate headquarters into a 130,000-square-foot space located at 10201 S. Main St. was spurred by the firm’s growth, along with a strategy to align its brand identity with the culture.

  • Hidden Ridge to Give Way to Live Work Play

    Hidden Ridge to Give Way to Live Work Play

    The new office building’s address will be 777 Hidden Ridge, at the northwest corner of Hidden Ridge and John Carpenter Freeway, and represents the first phase of Verizon’s new Hidden Ridge development.

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