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Carrie Rossenfeld

Carrie Rossenfeld

Carrie Rossenfeld is a reporter for the San Diego and Orange County markets on GlobeSt.com and a contributor to 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.

  • Is San Diego Ready for Multi-Story Warehouses?

    Is San Diego Ready for Multi-Story Warehouses?

    No, but the prime industrial overlay zone that was enacted by the City a few years ago will help to preserve certain sites here for future redevelopment into multi-story industrial, JLL’s Andy Irwin tells GlobeSt.com.

  • An Office Tower Redux and the Mission Valley Plan

    An Office Tower Redux and the Mission Valley Plan

    The former Valley Corporate Center will be transformed into Tower 591, with flexible open-floor plans, activated indoor/outdoor areas and upgraded common areas including a new café and fitness center, the Casey Brown Co.’s John Kenney tells GlobeSt.com.

  • Problems With Succession Planning

    Problems With Succession Planning

    There is undoubtedly a void in second- and third-generation offspring wanting to take over the family business, but there is also a huge void of CRE executives ages 40 to 50 since the recession flushed them out, executives tell GlobeSt.com.

  • More Than Interest Rates Impacts Home Sales

    More Than Interest Rates Impacts Home Sales

    A gradual rise in mortgage rates won’t change homebuyers’ decision to buy a home; there are many other factors that go into that decision, says First American Financial Corp.’s Mark Fleming.

  • Add Some Green to Your Senior-Housing Loan

    Add Some Green to Your Senior-Housing Loan

    Walker & Dunlop’s recent structuring of Fannie Mae’s first Green Rewards loan backed by a senior-housing property paves the way for more loans of this type, Jeff Ringwald and Bill Jackson tell GlobeSt.com.

  • Diversification Attracts Buyer to 11-Building MXD

    Diversification Attracts Buyer to 11-Building MXD

    The McFadden Center, a 184,737-square-foot retail, industrial and office complex here, sells to Horowitz Group, which was seeking an investment with dependable, diversified cash flow, GlobeSt.com learns EXCLUSIVELY.

  • Trend Toward Workforce Housing Remaining So

    Trend Toward Workforce Housing Remaining So

    TruAmerica acquires Pacific Shores, a 264-unit multifamily asset here, for $90.5 million and plans a multi-million-dollar capital-improvement plan for the property, keeping rents affordable for working families.

  • Will Your Wholesale Club Store Become a Fulfillment Center?

    Will Your Wholesale Club Store Become a Fulfillment Center?

    One club company plans to downsize its real east estate footprint, converting a fraction of stores into e-commerce fulfillment centers. GlobeSt.com speaks with CBRE’s Kurt Strasmann about what this means for retail CRE.

  • Positive January for the Housing Market

    Research

    Positive January for the Housing Market

    Housing starts are up and foreclosure activity down for the first month of 2018, indicating a strong start for the sector, ATTOM Data Solutions and First American Financial Corp. say.

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