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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.

  • Challenges are Manageable Due to Innovation

    Challenges are Manageable Due to Innovation

    SAN FRANCISCO—Despite decelerating job growth and constraints on office and apartment rent growth, the region remains a top choice for foreign and domestic investors, as well as an innovation source that will drive long-term demand.

  • What is the One Real Estate Bright Spot?

    What is the One Real Estate Bright Spot?

    HOUSTON—Defying national retail trends due to a diversified economy and population growth, Houston retail jobs jumped 5.1% during the last year, while average rents soared 3% to an all-time high.

  • Midtown Relocations and Renovations Hit the Radar

    Midtown Relocations and Renovations Hit the Radar

    DALLAS—AECOM is relocating its regional headquarters to Midtown’s Galleria Towers, which has recently been renovated by CBRE Global Investors, and Midtown is undergoing a $4 billion redevelopment.

  • Mixed Use to Accompany Premium Outlets

    Mixed Use to Accompany Premium Outlets

    LIVERMORE, CA—As ICSC RECon kicks off this week, a much-anticipated 115,000-square-foot mixed-use development adjacent to the San Francisco Premium Outlets is slated for completion in summer 2018.

  • First Bike Share Program Debuts in Frisco

    First Bike Share Program Debuts in Frisco

    FRISCO, TX—This program is a part of the park-wide enhancements that HALL Park has undergone during the past year and Hall hopes to encourage other area developers to adopt the amenity for traffic reasons.

  • Tenants Gradually Re-enter Market After Delaying

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    Tenants Gradually Re-enter Market After Delaying

    HOUSTON—The current leasing market has tenant improvement allowances at an average value that is beneficial to tenants in the market, reducing out-of-pocket costs for build outs, says JLL’s Fit-Out Guide.

  • Investor Combines Sourcing, Underwriting and Tech

    Investor Combines Sourcing, Underwriting and Tech

    SAN FRANCISCO—The business model pairs institutional capital with more than 100,000 registered investors, providing commercial developers with capital for multi-million-dollar commercial transactions.

  • B and C Grab Spotlight as Class-A Multifamily Struggles

    B and C Grab Spotlight as Class-A Multifamily Struggles

    HOUSTON—While class-A multifamily continues to struggle in lease up and vacancy rates, class-B and -C properties remained stronger performers; case in point being a $130 million loan for a portfolio of seven class-B multifamily properties.

  • Could Data Center Demand Top High Supply?

    Could Data Center Demand Top High Supply?

    PLANO, TX—Aligned Energy leased the first of three data halls in phase one and phase two will begin once demand dictates, however, a strong leasing pipeline is already in place.

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