Monthly Archives: September 2013

BRE Properties Hosts Mentorship Group

The mentorship group, led by Lisa Stipkovich, former Executive Director, Anaheim Redevelopment Agency,  got an inside look at what their fellow protégé, Ben Mayberry, Director of Asset Management and Strategic Reinvestments, BRE Properties, does at his “real job.”  The group met at BRE Properties’ The Havens Apartment Homes in Fountain Valley, Calif., with Mayberry giving the group “apartment asset management 101.”  The reinvestment process begins by pouring over a portfolio of apartments, looking for a property that isn’t meeting its potential.  Once a property is identified, Mayberry really starts to … Read More

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BULLISH ON ORANGE COUNTY MULTI-FAMILY HOUSING MARKET

When asked which market in SoCal boasts strong investment potential, Keynote Panel  Speakers at the ULI’s Multifamily Housing Conference Bob Hart, TruAmerica Multifamily, (center) and Mike Schall, Essex Property Trust (right) go with OC and LA markets, respectively.  Smaller, efficient unit sizes with little innovative additions like adding USB ports, common area amenities with pet-bathing stations add value to MFH today.  

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ULI Multi-Housing Premier Annual Program – a special thanks to our event sponsors!

“Manufacturing Yield… From The Outside In” Thursday, September 12th 7:30am to 10:30am Pacific Club 4110 MacArthur Blvd. Newport Beach, CA 92660 Register Now! PROGRAM SPONSORS: PLATINUM   BRONZE Architects Orange Meyers Research LLC Shea Properties SILVER Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Management Services Lincoln Property Company Northwestern Mutual Real Estate Investments TCA ARCHITECTS The Shopoff Group In-Kind

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ULI understands that the quest for community and identity

ULI understands that the quest for community and identity fosters an increasing concern for the quality of the public realm and urban design that creates place. Inspired community design stands the test of time and retains its value through generations, thus making place and the quality of the public realm of significant and continuous concern. The Placemaking Initiative Council has been exploring these issues surrounding quality places, including the intrinsic nature of what makes a great place, what cultural aspects of daily life inform place, how does authenticity and artfullness … Read More

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