(Commercial Executive Magazine - September, 2020) The second quarter economic numbers emanating from COVID-19 were truly disheartening, but commercial activity is already restarting which sets the stage for a growth renewal in the back half of the year.
(REBusiness Online - September 3, 2020) Lincoln Property Co. has acquired Access Park, an industrial campus in Kaysville and the company’s first acquisition in Utah.
(Connect Commercial Real Estate - August 31, 2020) The Desert West region of Lincoln Property Company was named NAIOP Arizona’s Owner/Developer of the Year for the second year in a row.
(AZ Big Media - August 25, 2020) Commercial real estate’s leading annual awards, the Best of NAIOP, were presented virtually for the first time because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
(AZ Big Media - June 23, 2020) Exactly eight months from its groundbreaking, Lincoln Property Company and Harvard Investments have placed the final beam at Union Building One.
(Western Real Estate Business - May, 2020) David Krumwiede, Executive Vice President comments on the sharp rise in demand for Industrial/Distribution space.
(Phoenix Business Journal - June 1, 2020) Here's what building owners and managers with property in downtown Phoenix and Old Town Scottsdale are doing to protect workers and buildings from further vandalism.
(AZ Big Media - May 25, 2020) Ramping up a strategic expansion effort, the Desert West Region of Phoenix-based Lincoln Property Company has purchased its first-ever asset in Nevada. Called Hughes Airport Center.
(REBUSINESS ONLINE - May 22, 2020) Located near McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas, Hughes Airport Center features 425,752 square feet of industrial space spread across six buildings.
(Glendale Independent - Apr 14, 2020) NAIOP Arizona Owner/Developer of the Year Lincoln Property Company (LPC) joined with local dignitaries and guests to break ground on the first building at Park303
(AZ Big Media - Mar 27, 2020) In Arizona, the evolution of commercial real estate development isn’t found in brand new residential towers in Central Phoenix or 1 million-square-feet warehouses in the West Valley. The future of commercial development is going on in...
(AZ Big Media - Mar 7, 2020) NAIOP Arizona Owner/Developer of the Year Lincoln Property Company (LPC) joined with local dignitaries and guests today to break ground on the first building at Park303, a major industrial master-planned development that at build-out will...
(Phoenix Business Journal - Mar 7, 2020) Lincoln Property Co. has begun construction on the first phase of Park303 in Glendale, a master-planned industrial development that will contain 4.5 million square feet of space at buildout.
(AZ Big Media - Jan 27, 2020) Lincoln Property Company has sold the historic Luhrs Building to Provo-based PEG Companies. PEG plans to renovate 92,000 square feet of the 108,000-square-foot Luhrs Building into a stylish upscale hotel.
(AZ Big Media - Jan 23, 2020) Lincoln Property Company has won a “The Outstanding Building of the Year” (TOBY) award for its management of The Grand – the first of eight Class A office buildings that LPC is developing at the 60-acre Grand at Papago Park Center...
(AZ Big Media - Jan 22, 2020) The theme of the 13th Annual IREM-CCIM Economic Forecast was “The Real Scoop.” Judging by the comments of economists and industry panelists, the message that resonated was “Phoenix and Arizona are on fire.”
(AZ Big Media - Jan 22, 2020) A bold strategic vision and new board members kick off 2020 for AZCREW.
(AZ Big Media - Jan 7, 2020) Over the past 15 years, the City of Glendale has invested more than $400 million in infrastructure improvements to create a world-class environment for businesses large and small to thrive.
(REBusiness Online - Jan 2, 2020) Tokyo-based MUFG and SAP occupy Grand 1, a 219,212-square-foot Class A office building located within The Grand at Papago Park in Tempe, Ariz.
(Western Real Estate Business - Dec, 2019) Office, industrial and multifamily players feel good about their respective Western regions as we inch toward 2020, though that doesn't mean they aren't weighing a few concerns.