Lincoln Property Co. Promotes Megan Watkins to Associate Director of Management Services

Lincoln Property Company (LPC) Desert West has promoted Megan Watkins to Associate Director of Management Services.

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In her new role, Watkins will help direct LPC’s regional portfolio of more than 6 million square feet of office, industrial and retail space. She will also work with LPC leadership to expand the company’s already active regional property management footprint.

“Megan has an extremely positive presence and reputation – achievements she has earned through hard work, client commitment and a deep knowledge of the market,” said Lincoln Property Company’s Executive Vice President David Krumwiede. “She is a true reflection of the high standards of Lincoln Property Company, and a valued addition to our leadership team.” Based in Phoenix, LPC’s Desert West region has enjoyed a record 18 months, with more than $300 million in investment and development activity, and the addition of more than 1 million square feet of new property management assignments.

“We have grown – and continue to grow – from our superior results and stellar relationships,” said Watkins. “Lincoln has an outstanding pipeline of opportunities that I am excited and honored to represent.” For the past two years, Watkins has served as President of the Greater Phoenix chapter of the Building Owners and Manager’s Association, a leading organization of more than 300 local members providing education and advocacy for the commercial real estate industry.
During her 17-year career, she has been involved with the management of more than 1.3 million square feet of Arizona real estate, working closely with local and institutional clients, tenants, vendors and contractors, and implementing company-wide policies and procedures for property management, marketing and compliance.

She most recently served LPC as Senior Property Manager of Paradise Village Office Park, where she was instrumental in the renovation of the Class A Paradise Valley office project.

Watkins earned her Real Property Administrator (RPA) designation through the Building Owners and Managers Institute (BOMI) in 2008 and her Facilities Management Administrator (FMA) designation from BOMI in 2010.

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