Colleen Carey, a 20-year commercial real estate veteran in the Los Angeles Basin and the San Gabriel Valley, has joined the Pasadena office of Lee & Associates. Ms. Carey, previously with Coldwell Banker Commercial Advisors (now Colliers International) as Senior Vice President, has joined the office as a Founding Principal.
In this day of dwindling foot traffic in the face of rising online sales, brokers need to go the next step to ensure their clients’ brick-and-mortar success.
Mr. Wacht recently moderated a panel for Connect Media’s “Connect New York,” titled “East vs. West: A Seismic Shift in Manhattan,” wondering aloud whether the panel’s title was a misnomer and suggested that “Rebirth and Renewal” might be more appropriated.
Jaime Schultz sat down with Commercial Observer and talked about the path that took her from artist to retail broker and mediation teacher.
Steve Bass of Lee & Associates Illinois, who represented BOX Partners and Ken Franzese and John Cassidy, also of Lee’s Illinois office, represented Conor Commercial. The 385,300-square-foot industrial facility is located near the intersection of Galvin and Higgins Roads and situated on a 22-acre parcel within Northwest Corporate Park with direct access to I-90.
Principal Richard Abbitt of Lee & Associates West LA spoke to The Real Deal LA about the Westside Pavilion conversion and what it could mean to other struggling malls.
Tim Moore of Lee & Associates San Diego North represented the seller, in a purchase by Rexford Industrial Real Estate of 143,274 SF of industrial space within Rancho Del Oro Technology Park in Oceanside.
Outlook for product distribution looks good for the Southeast US, but there still are some challenges
Craig Viergever of Lee & Associates Atlanta says on the regulatory front, there’s sure to be some things that will impact the US shipping business, some good, some not so much. Nonetheless, Mr. Viergever calls it a mixed bag of regulation that is set against a promising outlook for the Southeastern industrial market.
Ventura County property is in the scopes of LA manufacturing industrial says Mike Tingus, president of Lee & Associates L.A. North/Ventura office, who tells GlobeSt.com: “It is a lot of small electronic and circuit board component manufacturers, aerospace users and commercial aviation users that are driving the market out here.”