The Desert West Region office of Lincoln Property Company, a full-service real estate firm providing development, investment, property management, receivership, leasing and construction management, announced the expansion of its property management division with five new staff members.

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Mark Stromgren, General Manager

Mark Stromgren, General Manager; Theo Ott, Property Administrator; Chuck Lhotka, Chief Engineer; Jim Hickenbottom, Building Engineer; and Val Grafitti, Building Engineer have joined LPC. These new staff members joined LPC with the award of the 470,000 SF property management contracts for two State of Arizona capitol mall office buildings: The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) and Arizona Department of Administration (ADOA).

“Our property management division continues to expand not only with additional staff, but with additional property management assignments in the Valley,” said Tammy Sidles, Director of Management Services for LPC. “Property management has always been one of LPC’s core services and strengths.”

“As former Opus employees, Tammy and I were involved in the development and management of these Class A office buildings, and we are excited to be working with the State of Arizona again,” said David Krumwiede, Executive Vice President, Lincoln Property Company.

The ADEQ headquarters is a 6-story, 292,684 SF building at 1110 W. Washington St. in Phoenix. The ADOA headquarters is a 4-story, 177,038 SF building at 100 N. 15th Ave. in Phoenix. ADEQ is a LEED Silver certified building and ADOA was built to LEED specifications. Both buildings won the BOMA Office Building of the Year TOBY competition in 2007 on the local and regional level and advanced to the International competition.

Lincoln’s Desert West Region, which includes Arizona, Nevada, Utah and New Mexico, is based in Phoenix and has been operating since 2001. Lincoln has developed 2.7 MSF, acquired 3.7 MSF and manages 5.5 MSF of commercial space.

Lincoln’s notable developments and investments include the LEED Platinum Certified Arizona Game and Fish Department Headquarters, Paradise Village Office Park, Broadway 101 Commerce Park and Camelback Square.

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