Lincoln Property Company (LPC) named real estate industry Brandon Wang as executive vice president. He will focus on managing the Northern California region for the company’s LPC West unit which spans the Bay Area, Seattle, Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego. Wang’s main responsibilities will include purchases, development, asset and property management, and repositioning of existing commercial, retail and mixed-use properties.
“Lincoln Property Company’s Western region platform is best-in-class and I’m excited to join a team that is centered on providing value-added services for its clients,” Wang said in prepared remarks. “John Herr has built an incredible portfolio over the past 25 years and I’m ready to help drive growth and expand Lincoln’s footprint even further. LPC has a tremendous West Coast team and I’m thrilled to join as the lead in the Bay Area.”
Brandon Wang will work alongside John Herr, who supervised all the activities for Lincoln in the region for more than two decades. The most recent project Herr worked on was the development and repositioning of two iconic buildings of San Francisco, 350 Bush Street and 500 Pine Street.
Previous NorCal experience
Before joining LPC West, Wang held a position at Kilroy where he served as senior vice president of investment and development for Northern California for six years. There, he oversaw the sourcing of new acquisition opportunities and every step of the acquisition process as well as development efforts, managing land purchases, entitlements, construction and project leasing.
“Brandon’s extensive experience with acquisitions, entitlements and development in the Bay Area is a huge asset to our team, and he is uniquely qualified to provide the highest quality service to our clients and partners,” said David Binswanger, senior executive vice president of LPC West.
Lincoln plans to grow its activities in the Bay Area. The company serves as the asset manager of the Transbay Transit Center, a regional transportation hub under construction in downtown San Francisco. The center, named the “Grand Central Station of the West,” will incorporate more than 100,000 square feet of retail space and a 5.4-acre rooftop park.
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