Property Management Archives

Lincoln Property Co. wins International BOMA Award

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Lincoln Property Company (LPC)’s LEED Platinum Arizona Game & Fish (AZGF) Department Headquarters in Phoenix is among only 14 buildings from across the world to earn an International BOMA “The Outstanding Building of the Year” (TOBY) award at this year’s BOMA conference, held last week in Orlando, Fla. The TOBY awards are directed by the… Read More →

Lincoln Property Co. advances to international TOBY awards

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The Desert West Region of Lincoln Property Company (LPC) has advanced to the international “The Outstanding Building of the Year” (TOBY) awards competition for its management of the Arizona Game & Fish (AZGF) Department Headquarters in Phoenix. The awards program is directed by the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) and is the industry’s most… Read More →

HTA launches medical real estate data service

Healthcare Trust of America

Healthcare Trust of America, Inc. announced Tuesday that it is serving as the top level, founding partner for the launch of Revista, a new data service for medical real estate. Founded by former executives with the National Investment Center, Revista is creating the most comprehensive and accurate data and industry services focused on the characteristics,… Read More →

IREM seeks balance amid projected talent shortfall

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Certified Property Managers (CPMs) in the United States manage nearly $2 trillion in assets and 10.4 billion SF of commercial space. A significant amount of these CPMs are expected to retire in the near future without a generation of up-and-comers to replace them. The future would appear bleak to owners and investors seeking replacements from… Read More →

CoreNet Global makes space in a changing workplace

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To add value to a corporate end user, you have to learn to think like one. That starts with realizing a client’s No. 1 business isn’t real estate, says Colliers International’s Bill Littleton. The executive vice president of Colliers’ corporate solution group works with six national and global corporate end users and has 25 years… Read More →

The importance of educating the next generation of property managers

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Bret Borg, CPM, is the president of Borg Property Services and the 2014 president of IREM Chapter 47/Greater Phoenix. The local chapter has 300 members, 10 percent of which are industry partners made up of real estate support and service companies — a position that has what Borg calls a “substantial waiting list.” Borg has… Read More →

Alliance Residential Named No. 9 Apartment Management Co. in US

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Alliance Residential was recently named to the National Multi Housing Council’s (NMHC) 2014 NMHC 50 list of the nation’s largest apartment owners and managers. Moving up a spot from last year’s NMHC 50 ranking, Alliance is the 9th largest apartment management company in the nation with more than 71,000 units. Now in its 25th year,… Read More →

Irgens Expands Property Management Portfolio

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February 17, 2014 by in AZRE Magazine | Brokerage | Property Management

Irgens Partners, LLC recently announced its investment into Robert F. Knight & Associates, LLC, (K&A). In the new partnership, Irgens and K&A will each hold a membership interest in the company, which will continue to operate as Robert F. Knight & Associates, LLC. The company’s management portfolio will total more than 3 MSF of commercial… Read More →

Lisa Harryman Joins CPI

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February 6, 2014 by in Newsmakers | Property Management

Commercial Properties, Inc. announced Thursday the appointment of Lisa Harryman as director of property management. Harryman brings more than 30 years of commercial property, operations, association management and receivership services experience to the director’s position with Commercial Properties. As director, she is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of CPI’s property management division, and overseeing… Read More →

Trash Talk: BOMA to Launch Golden Dumpster Awards

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November 29, 2013 by in Business News | Property Management

BOMA Greater Phoenix announced it will launch the Golden Dumpster Awards, a sustainability program that promotes and encourages waste reduction and environmental efficiency. According to the City of Phoenix, city workers drive nearly 7 million miles to transport solid waste every year. The amount of trash sent to the landfill each year could fill Chase… Read More →

Containing Costs: BOMA Battles Cost Increases to CRE

Mark Covington, Exec QA, WEB

Mark Covington manages Building Owners and Managers Association International-Greater Phoenix’s office in the support of the association’s 310 local members who collectively manage more than 60 MSF of office, industrial, retail, medical and other commercial real estate in Metro Phoenix. “The commercial real estate industry contributes more than $1.8 billion annually to the Arizona economy,”… Read More →

All Systems Go: The Benefits of Integrated Building Systems

Phoenix Children's Hospital lobby

If the main air handling unit at Phoenix Children’s Hospital suddenly fails, another equally powerful chiller kicks in within seconds. Simultaneously, the medical complex’s high-tech control system sends an alarm to the 24-hour-monitored security panel and an alert to a facility technician’s hand-held device — essentially a text messaged work order to fix the downed… Read More →

Scott Peters: Impact of Affordable Care Act on Healthcare Real Estate

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Healthcare Trust of America, Inc., is a leading owner of medical office buildings in the U.S. with more than 13MSF of MOBs in 27 states. HTA has 1.2MSF of MOB in Arizona, making the company the largest manager in the state. Chairman, CEO and President Scott Peters sat down with AZRE to discuss the Affordable… Read More →

Forever Changed: Since recession, CRE owners drive property management issues

Lincoln Property Company’s Desert West Region manages 6 MSF of commercial space, including the 52-acre, 11-building Broadway 101 Commercial Park in Mesa.

A decade or so ago, commercial real estate property managers might be considered a generic lot. Not that they didn’t have a full roster of responsibilities. They kept the buildings looking spiffy, made sure the trees were trimmed and the elevators inspected, and they provided standard financial reports of income and expenses to often faceless… Read More →