Charlotte has over ten years experience in commercial real estate in Portland. She has negotiated countless leasing and sales transactions and enjoys the challenge of implementing complex urban redevelopment projects while serving the diversity of stakeholders involved in shaping Portland’s commercial centers. Charlotte successfully represents adaptive reuse, transit oriented developments, mixed use and historic rehab projects, in addition to representing the business owners who give them life. Developer, owner/user and investor sale transactions also make up a significant amount of Charlotte’s time.
What is your favorite part about being a commercial broker?
It’s a joy to help building owners, real estate investors, developers and business owners meet their sales and leasing goals and support their contributions to Portland’s ever changing urban fabric.
Where are you from and what do you like best about Portland?
I moved to Portland from Massachusetts after graduating from Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT. Portland is a wonderful city to raise a family in – there is easy access to the great outdoors and a never ending list of wonderful restaurant, bars and food options to dive into.
What is your most memorable Urban Works deal?
Helping Portland’s entrepreneurs secure the right location for their business is extremely rewarding. It was great to see Fire on the Mountain land a great location on NE Fremont for another restaurant and the start of their brewery.
Where do you take visiting friends/family?
Sauvie’s Island is a must for a visiting friends and family – a beautiful spot so close to the city center. The Columbia River Gorge and the Oregon Coast are fun day trips for out of town guests. And of course going to one of Portland’s many local coffee roasters, breweries, distilleries and/or wineries!