Lincoln Property Co. forms West Coast group

Daily Transcript Staff Report; March 7, 2017


Lincoln Property Co., which owns several large properties in San Diego County, announced Monday the creation of the LPC West division to foster the company’s growth along the West Coast.

Lincoln owns the 360,000-square-foot office tower at 600 B Street, and the Rio 9095, an 80,000-square-foot office building in Mission Valley.

Brig Black, who helped open Lincoln’s San Diego office in 2012, is being elevated to executive vice president for the San Diego region.

He recently led a repositioning of 600 B Street, a Class-A office tower in the heart of downtown San Diego’s financial corridor. The office building is now home to prominent law firms, technology, and media companies.

“When it comes to leasing, acquisitions, and development, Lincoln’s West Coast team is very much enhanced by forming one consolidated group,” Black said in a statement. “We now have the ability to manage and combine our collective relationships and contacts, providing the best possible service in San Diego and other key markets up and down the coast.”

LPC West will be led by veteran Lincoln executive David Binswanger, who spearheaded much of the company’s growth throughout Southern California during the past decade, according to a release.

“We are bringing our national resources and local expertise to a cohesive West Coast brand that will better serve our clients, acquisitions, and development,” Binswanger said in a statement. “As part of the new LPC West group, we are promoting several senior VPs to serve as executive VPs in every key city on the West Coast, from San Diego to Seattle.”

Lincoln Property has produced more than 130 million square feet of commercial space and over 212,000 multifamily residential units.