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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.

  • Shipyard is Largest Single-Owner Development

    Shipyard is Largest Single-Owner Development

    SAN FRANCISCO—Combined with its neighboring FivePoint development, the Shipyard will bring in new homes, have access to transit and ride share, and include numerous industries, retail and common space that will bring new life to the five-million-square-foot site, GlobeSt.com learns in this EXCLUSIVE.

  • First of its Kind Community Focuses on IDD

    First of its Kind Community Focuses on IDD

    WAXAHACHIE, TX—A new neighborhood, the Daymark Living community, was conceived, designed and built for people with intellectual and developmental delays, and the facility broke ground this week.

  • Despite Softness, Medical Base Remains Stable

    Despite Softness, Medical Base Remains Stable

    HOUSTON—A new portfolio offering represents an opportunity to own a five-building 505,000-square-foot office complex along 610 West Loop that is 93% leased and 58% occupied by medical tenants.

  • One Sansome Capitalizes on Bear Stearns Vacancy

    One Sansome Capitalizes on Bear Stearns Vacancy

    SAN FRANCISCO—The goal was to reposition One Sansome to meet today’s tenant needs, from high-tech startups to established regional consumer brands, with the result being a diversified leasing mix and more leasable space for increased ROI.

  • Supply Imbalances and Costs Explain Office Sales

    Supply Imbalances and Costs Explain Office Sales

    HOUSTON—Many have an interest to build, live and work closer to the CBD, however, Houston has high construction costs and a skills shortage, which is compounding the vacancy problem.

  • High-Caliber Tenants Go For New Brand

    High-Caliber Tenants Go For New Brand

    FORT WORTH—The growth of the West 7th area drove the decision to evolve the identity of the property to better distinguish the restaurants, stores and events, thus attracting more visitors and tenants.

  • Infill Sites with Cash Flow Ratchet Buyer Level

    Infill Sites with Cash Flow Ratchet Buyer Level

    CUPERTINO, CA—Creative single-tenant office assets boasting strong tenancies with the likes of Apple find buyer interest, even in the tightest submarkets, GlobeSt.com learns in this EXCLUSIVE.

  • CMBS Financing Options Seal the Deal

    CMBS Financing Options Seal the Deal

    THE WOODLANDS, TX—The solid performance of the asset along with institutional ownership helped attract many viable financing options and ultimately led to securing a competitive overall deal structure.

  • Where Are the Multifamily Hotspots?

    Where Are the Multifamily Hotspots?

    DALLAS—Surprise, surprise, Dallas is included in the list of several cities that have built to impress in post-recession times, with among the most apartment completions since 2010, according to RENTCafé.

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