Barbara Lloyd, CCIM, a Senior Vice President at NAI Horizon, has been appointed to the City of Tempe Development Review Commission.
Lloyd, a member of the NAI Investment Services Group, will serve as an alternate member of the commission for a 3-year term. The commission comprises seven members and three alternates. Alternate members serve at the commission hearing whenever a regular member is unable to attend or must decline due to conflict of interest.
“I am honored to be selected,” Lloyd said. “As a resident of Tempe for more than 20 years, I am excited to be part of the process to provide meaningful input towards Tempe’s future development.”
Lloyd is an active member in the community. She is incoming chair of Tempe Neighbors Helping Neighbors, secretary of Tempe Community Action Agency, board member of Landings Credit Union and co-chair of the Clark Park Farmers Market, a local neighborhood community garden and market collaboration.
Lloyd has been in commercial real estate since 1997 and has closed deals totaling more than $200 million and has sold and leased more than 1.5 million square feet of commercial and investment properties.
The Development Review Commission holds public meetings and hearings to provide analysis and recommendations to the Tempe City Council regarding general land use policies and applications where the commission has recommendatory power and renders final decisions.
At least three regular members of the commission and one alternate member must be currently practicing in the fields of architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, land use law, real estate, or engineering. Commission members are residents of Tempe.