BRENNA LACEY
Vice President


Brenna Lacey has over 25 years experience in the Arizona commercial real estate market. She has been a retail specialist her entire career and is recognized throughout Arizona and the Southwestern United States as a top retail broker.

Active professionally and in the community, Brenna has moderated and participated in several speaker panels for the International Council of Shopping Centers and Pima County Research Council, has won the CCIM Forecast Competition four years in a row, and prides herself on her many longstanding client and broker relationships in the shopping center industry.

Brenna had the distinction of leasing Tucson's first official "power center" as well as several of its "specialty centers". Her expertise includes all phases of retail real estate work, from land sales, to project preleasing and leasing, to investment sales. She enjoys the creative process involved with development teamwork and has been highly successful working with new project development and retail land sales.

Professional Highlights/Affiliations
Volk Company Top Producer Seven Years
Coldwell Banker Commercial Top Five Producer
CCIM Forecast Competition Winner 1995, 2001, 2002, 2003, and 2004
Arizona ICSC Conference Co-Chair 1990 and 1991
Pima County Real Estate Research Council
    Board Member 1999-2004
    Membership Chair 2000-2002
    Speaker at Annual Meeting 2000, 2001, 2008
President, Women at the Top (1997-1998)
CREW Tucson Chapter Member since 2004
REAP (Real Estate and Allied Professionals) Co-Chair - 2000-2002

Projects (Partial List)
Tucson Place, NWC First Avenue/Wetmore (Wal-Mart, OfficeMax) - 300,000 SF
The Plaza at Williams Center, SWC Broadway/Craycroft (Upscale specialty) - 40,000 SF
Northmall Centre, SWC Stone Avenue/River Road (Steinmart, Cost Plus, Comp USA) - 170,000 SF
Thornydale Crossing, Thornydale/Costco Drive (Home Depot, Pads) - 36 acres
Fiesta Mercado, City of South Tucson (Food City) - 100,000 SF
Paloma Village, SEC Skyline/Campbell (Upscale mixed-use specialty project.) - 40,000 SF
Steam Pump Village, Oro Valley ((Home furnishings, retail and restaurants) - 200,000 SF
Madera Marketplace, Sahuarita (Wal-Mart) - 300,000 SF
Arizona Pavilions, SWC Cortaro/I-10 (Wal-Mart) - 250,000 SF
River Crossing, NEC River/La Cholla (Bashas) - 125,000 SF

Community Involvement
Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Volunteer and Board Member (1983-1988)
    Recipient of President's Award 1987
Hillel Foundation, University of Arizona, Board Member (1990-1992)
Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona (1987- 2010), Board Member
Jewish Community Foundation of Southern Arizona, Board Member 1990-2010
    Vice President/Secretary 2000-2004
    President 2004-2006
MOCA (Museum of Contemporary Art), Advisory Board (2009-    )

Education
University of Arizona - Tucson, AZ - Business Major (Personnel Management) 1972-1976
Hogan School of Real Estate, Tucson - CCIM - Coursework
Arizona Department of Real Estate - Agent License