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WIRE News through 11/27 Volume 9, Issue 97

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ACRE Alabama Cabinet News

Kelley Meyerriecks Joins Bradley’s Real Estate Practice

Brasfield & Gorrie Begins Construction on Orlando Health Lake Mary Hospital

Burr & Forman Adds 13 Associates Across Seven Southeastern Offices

Regions Bank Announces Anil Chadha as Controller; Brad Kimbrough to Retire in February 2022 Following Distinguished Career

Russell Lands: 10 Years Later

Alabama & The United States

AREC Meeting: New Commissioner Sworn In - Broker Supervision Rule Approved

Alabama REALTORSⓇ Attend National Conference in San Diego

Existing Home Sales Inch Up 0.8% in October

After hard times for renters, cities and states pass dozens of new protections

North Alabama - Huntsville, Florence, Gadsden, Muscle Shoals, Cullman

Beth Pippin Accepts Position as Property Manager with NAI Chase Commercial

Ohio steel company building $30 million plant in Athens, to hire 100

Growing Alabama Credit spurs $3 million investment at Etowah mega-site

North Central - Birmingham-Hoover, Anniston, Walker County

US Postal Service leases extra space to prepare for holiday rush

Birmingham manufacturing startup hiring 54 in $2.56 million project

Construction bid approved for new stadium and field house at Woodlawn High School

South Central - Montgomery, Auburn, Lake Martin, Phenix City
West Alabama - Tuscaloosa

Street named after fallen Tuscaloosa police officer

Chuck’s Fish Partnering with Habitat for Humanity to provide free meals

Wiregrass - Dothan, Enterprise, Troy, Andalusia

Downtown Dothan Books opens on Foster Street

Good Time Bowling coming to Troy

Gulf Coast - Mobile, Baldwin County, Gulf Shores

West Lake Road North opens for travel

Foley hopes to double Graham Creek Preserve with help from GOMESA dollars

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ACRE Cabinet Highlight



Marshanne Castro is General Manager for Corporate Office Properties Trust (COPT). She is responsible for overseeing the day to day operation and financial performance of COPT’s portfolio in Huntsville, Alabama consisting of the 468-acre master planned, mixed-use EUL project known as Redstone Gateway located at Redstone Arsenal, as well as the Class-A Office building located at 310 The Bridge Street.  The overall portfolio currently consists of over 650,000 square feet of Class-A office and retail space.

Marshanne has more than 20 years of real estate experience and has a proven record of leadership, problem solving, property management, business development, construction management, forecasting and financial planning.

Marshanne previously held the position of Vice President, Business Development and Retail for Graham & Company.  She earned The Certified Property Management designation from the Institute of Real Estate Management in 2004.

She is a member of the Institute of Real Estate Management; and serves as the President of the Board of IFMA North Alabama and is a member of the Board of Directors for BOMA North Alabama, and the local unit board of Sparkman Homes Boys & Girls Club.   She has served as Vice Chairman of the Boys & Girls Clubs of North Alabama Board of Directors, the State of Alabama Alliance Board for Boys & Girls Clubs, At Large Committee Chair for Women In Defense Tennessee Valley and is a founding member of 100+ Women Who Care of Madison County.  She currently is serving a two year term on the ACRE Advisory Board of Trustees.

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