On the move at LPC, Quarles & Brady, Burch & Cracchiolo

Business News | 10 Apr |

Lincoln Property Co. promotes 3 in Desert West Region

Leading developer and property manager Lincoln Property Company (LPC) has promoted three within its Desert West development and leadership team: David Krumwiede, Nick Nudo and Justin Arnitz.

In his new role as Senior Executive Vice President, Krumwiede will continue to direct LPC’s award-winning metro Phoenix presence while also advancing a strategic multi-market expansion of LPC Desert West across its region of Arizona, Nevada, Utah and New Mexico.

Nudo has been promoted to Director of Real Estate, focusing on leasing for the firm’s Class A office and industrial space in the Desert West region. Arnitz, who advances from Real Estate Associate to Associate Director of Real Estate, focuses on LPC Desert West development and acquisitions, and collaborates with Nudo on property leasing efforts.

“This year marks the 20th anniversary of the LPC Phoenix office,” said Krumwiede. “It has been an honor to serve Lincoln over the past two decades and to establish – and continue to grow – our talented team and our high-quality, highly creative market presence.

Across his career, Krumwiede has managed the development and acquisition of more than 22 million square feet of space, including the development of almost 15 million square feet of Class A office, industrial, retail and mixed-use product.

Since establishing the Phoenix LPC office in 2001, Krumwiede has directed the development of 9 million square feet, the acquisition of 6 million square feet and has built a property management portfolio of more than 10 million square feet of owned and third-party Class A office, retail and industrial space across the Desert West region.

Recent landmark projects by LPC Desert West include development of the first two (of eight) Class A office buildings at The Grand at Papago Park Center in Tempe, Arizona; the Class A Lincoln Logistics 40 and Park303 industrial employment centers in Phoenix’s West Valley; and the Class A Waypoint and Union office projects at the confluence of Scottsdale, Tempe and Mesa, Arizona. Upon their disposition, Waypoint, Grand1, Grand2 and Lincoln Logistics 40 earned record-breaking sale prices.

Cumulative activity by LPC Desert West has earned the team numerous awards, including back-to-back 2018 and 2019 NAIOP Arizona Owner/Developer of the Year.

Quarles & Brady makes leadership transitions

The national law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP today announced two practice group leadership changes in its Phoenix office. Effective April 1, partner Jon Howard has been named Phoenix Business Law Practice Group chair and partner Lauren Stine has been named Phoenix Litigation & Dispute Resolution Group chair.
Howard succeeds Cathleen Yu, who has led the office’s Business Law Group since 2018. Yu will continue her role as national chair of the firm’s Investor Services Group. Howard serves on the executive committee of WESTMARC, a non-profit organization that aims to address important economic issues facing the West Valley of the Greater Phoenix region, and recently completed a two year term as its Chairman. He was also recently listed to Phoenix Business Journal’s “40 Under 40” and has been named to Southwest Super Lawyers – Rising Stars since 2018.

Stine succeeds John O’Neal, who has been the Phoenix chair of the Litigation & Dispute Resolution group since 2017. O’Neal will continue his commercial litigation practice and remain a leader at the firm. In addition to her new role, Stine is the current co-chair of the Health Litigation Group. She was featured as one of the “Most Influential Women in Arizona” by AZ Business Magazine and is currently listed in The Best Lawyers in America for Commercial Litigation. Stine received her Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Sciences and Juris Doctor degrees from Arizona State University. Additionally, she is a member of the board directors of The Sun Devil Club, a fundraising group for Arizona State University athletics.

Jennifer R. Delgado elected to ACLU of Arizona board

The law firm of Burch & Cracchiolo, P.A. announced Jennifer R. Delgado has been elected to the American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona (ACLU of Arizona) board of directors for a two-year term beginning April 1, 2021.  The ACLU of Arizona was formed and officially chartered by the national organization over 50 years ago, and since that time, has fought to defend individual rights in Arizona through litigation, legislation, and public education.

Delgado joined Burch & Cracchiolo in 2017 and focuses her practice on the representation of entrepreneurial individuals and companies in all areas of transactional business and real estate law.  Delgado received her undergraduate degree with honors from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and her law degree from Boston College.

Delgado is also a charter member of Local First Arizona and was recently appointed to the organization’s Business Coalition Advisory Council. Local First Arizona is a non-profit organization committed to community and economic development throughout Arizona by connecting people, locally-owned businesses, and communities, for meaningful actions that build a diverse, inclusive and prosperous Arizona economy.

 

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