Courtney Auther Van Loo Archives

The Monroe Building leases 100% of retail space

Photo: Conceptual images only, not a rendering/ The Monroe Building

Downtown Phoenix’s Monroe building—111 W. Monroe Street—is now 100% leased with an all local mix of street-level retail and restaurants. The ownership team at 111 W. Monroe, in concert with retail real estate brokerage team Courtney Auther Van Loo and Brian Kocour at Cushman & Wakefield carefully curated a dynamic mix of retail, creating an… Read More →

Cushman & Wakefield negotiates $2M sale

Fate Brewing  Rendering

Cushman & Wakefield of Arizona’s Retail Services Division negotiated the $2 million sale of 1312 N. Scottsdale Rd., which will be the new home of Fate Brewing Company. Brian Kocour and Courtney Auther Van Loo of Cushman & Wakefield represented the seller, SBI Leasing Inc. of Scottsdale. Scottsdale-based real estate investor Tom Frenkel was the… Read More →

The Luhrs endures: Adaptive reuse, retail breathe life into iconic downtown building

Luhrs, WEB

Nestled among the steel and glass high rises in downtown Phoenix, the Luhrs Building stands as a symbol of the iconic brick-and-mortar structures that once graced the inner city. As the City of Phoenix embraces the concept of adaptive reuse, the Luhrs Building, constructed in 1924 at a cost of $553,000, is part of this… Read More →

Cushman & Wakefield's Female Force Helping To Integrate The Industry

Cushman & Wakefield - Female Force

The commercial real estate services industry continues to be led predominantly by men. However, the field has significantly changed in the past 10 years as more women achieve success in this traditionally male-dominated industry. Nowhere is this more evident than Cushman & Wakefield’s Phoenix office, where 21% of the company’s local professionals are now women.… Read More →