Transwestern Doubles Size Of San Jose Office, Lands 500k SF In New Property Management Deals
Transwestern just doubled the size of its San Jose office to 4k SF due to significant growth across its property management, leasing and investment sales portfolios. Transwestern boasts 15% year-over-year growth for its leasing portfolio, 83% growth in investment sales volume and has landed 500k SF in new property management assignments over the last three months.
Transwestern’s Silicon Valley team, above, includes associate Joe Delistraty, SVP and senior director Ed Mendence, assistant property manager II Donna Silva, research coordinator Adrianna Boursalian, executive assistant Serena Butler, VP of management services Jeanette Manrique, senior managing director Edward Del Beccaro, commercial real estate broker Anna Macquillan Rose, property manager Brian Chavez, and VP of industrial and R&D Allen Valdellon.
“The expansion of our San Jose space will allow our team to collaborate more freely and increase our overall productivity,” Edward says. “Our Silicon Valley presence is a vital component of our Bay Area growth.”
Transwestern’s Bay Area Management Services VPs Dave Rock, Christine DuCote, Amanda Monroe and Jeanette Manrique, above, attribute part of their property management success to the Transwestern Experience strategy.
The strategy has resulted in increased tenant satisfaction. The approach incorporates ideas around creating a positive experience, connecting internal and external service, breaking industry stereotypes and building passion around purpose.
Transwestern has grown its team significantly since its initial acquisition of an existing East Bay team of 17 brokers in 2012. The firm now employs 50.