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Carrie Rossenfeld

Carrie Rossenfeld

Carrie Rossenfeld is a reporter for the West Coast region of GlobeSt.com and Real Estate Forum. She was a trade-magazine and newsletter editor in New York City before moving to Southern California to become a freelance writer and editor for magazines, books and websites. Rossenfeld has written extensively on topics including commercial real estate, running a medical practice, intellectual-property licensing and giftware. She has edited books about profiting from real estate and has ghostwritten a book about starting a home-based business.

  • The Building Industry’s Most-Pressing Legal Issues

    The Building Industry’s Most-Pressing Legal Issues

    IRVINE, CA—From CEQA and GHG legislation to building moratoriums and ballot-box zoning measures, the building industry has a full plate of issues to work on, BIA/OC’s Adam Wood tells GlobeSt.com.

  • Employment Diversification is Changing OC Real Estate

    Employment Diversification is Changing OC Real Estate

    IRVINE, CA—The healthcare and life-sciences industries have been expanding their presence in Orange County, creating a more diversified economy that positively impacts the real estate market, JLL’s Jeff Ingham tells GlobeSt.com.

  • New SD Office Deliveries Could Slow Absorption

    New SD Office Deliveries Could Slow Absorption

    SAN DIEGO—With some 300,000 square feet of new buildings set to deliver all over San Diego County, absorption might be dampened, but overall the market is looking healthy, Colliers’ Derek Applbaum tells GlobeSt.com.

  • Enticing Retail Customers to Stay

    Thought Leadership

    Enticing Retail Customers to Stay

    OAKBROOK, IL—Shopping-center owners and management companies are expanding their marketing efforts beyond direct mail to expand their websites, social media and other VIP programs, Mid-America’s Marget Graham tells GlobeSt.com.

  • How Tech Has Had a Disruptive Impact on CRE

    How Tech Has Had a Disruptive Impact on CRE

    IRVINE, CA—Real estate investors are beginning to integrate with the tech startup community in innovative ways, Ten-X’s Nathan Dever tells GlobeSt.com in this roundup of expert opinions on tech’s influence on the industry.

  • Mission Valley Plan Will Create an Urban, Walkable Community

    Event Coverage

    Mission Valley Plan Will Create an Urban, Walkable Community

    SAN DIEGO—By breaking down large blocks into smaller, more densified spaces and playing up to the strengths of the San Diego River, the submarket is undergoing a major transformation, say speakers at yesterday’s CREW lunch event.

  • How OC Office Can Withstand Future Downturns

    How OC Office Can Withstand Future Downturns

    NEWPORT BEACH, CA—Orange County’s incubation of medical-device companies, technology firms, biomedical research and other high-growth industries will continue to provide diversity in OC’s economy and stabilize the office sector, CBRE’s Carol Trapani tells GlobeSt.com.

  • Are 3PLs Next Demand Driver for Last-Mile Delivery Sites?

    Thought Leadership

    Are 3PLs Next Demand Driver for Last-Mile Delivery Sites?

    LOS ANGELES—Amazon is considerably ahead of all other retailers in terms of developing its own delivery network, but third-party logistics companies are the next significant occupiers of this space, C&W’s Ben Conwell tells GlobeSt.com in advance of I.CON: Trends and Forecasts.

  • Using TIC Ownership for Maximum 1031 Tax Benefits

    Event Coverage

    Using TIC Ownership for Maximum 1031 Tax Benefits

    HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA—Setting up a TIC well in advance of making a 1031-exchange transaction will legitimize it as a business decision rather than merely a means to avoid taxation, helping investors avoid red flags to the IRS, speakers at the IMN Multifamily Forum say.

  • How An Oceanfront Development Process Unfolds

    How An Oceanfront Development Process Unfolds

    DEL MAR, CA—Zephyr and the Robert Green Co. will work to develop the 16-acre stretch of oceanfront land that sits on the bluffs above Dog Beach here via a collaborative process with the residents and business owners in Del Mar and Solana Beach, Brad Termini tells GlobeSt.com.

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