Before attending law school, Craig Wendland worked as a biochemist in San Diego's flourishing biotechnology community. He graduated with honors from University of California, Berkeley, with a degree in molecular and cell biology, and then worked for pharmaceutical powerhouses Pharmingen, Inc. and Becton Dickinson.
The noted author and poet Maya Angelou was referring to romantic relationships when she said, "Without mutual trust and respect, there can be no love," but the same can also be said of business relationships. Just ask Glenn Friedrich, Don Mitchell and Russ Sande, managing principals of the San Diego office of CRESA, the largest commercial real estate firm in North America solely dedicated to tenant representation.
The multifamily segment of the commercial real estate market, seemingly recession-proof even during the economically troubled period of 2007-09, remains a bulwark for those investing in the San Diego market, according to Michael Kazemzadeh, senior vice president and regional manager for City National Bank.
Kim Holmes, one year into her job as business development director for community management firm N.N. Jaeschke Inc., is proud of her ability to forge relationships with residential real estate clients and industry partners alike.