Anne ‘s commercial real estate career began in 1992 while serving as real estate investment consultant for the Academy of Art College, assisting Chairman Richard Stephens in the purchase and build out of six downtown San Francisco properties, totaling over one million square feet.
As an agent for Ritchie Commercial beginning in 2005, Anne’s clients on the listing side include: Clinton Reilly Holdings, Chronicle Books, The King Family Trust, Theodore Brown Architect and Georgiou Studios. She negotiated leases for Regent Pacific Management McClure & Feuer and Campbell, Demetrick & Jacobo and most recently, the move for Martha Angus, Inc. to the Shreve Building. Anne negotiated the sale of Jackson Square building for The Paganini Partnership to Byron Meyer & Co and a St. Francis Hospital Corridor building.
She represented both parties in lease negotiations for Chronicle Books’ retail suite to Ironside Restaurant, Clearpace Software’s move from the U.K. to San Francisco and Dr. Maria Holden’s move to the Flood Building..
Anne recently satisfied the search for $5 to $10 million investment property 1031 Exchange requirement. Her office listing in Jackson Square, North Waterfront and SOMA are getting a good deal of activity.
Prior experience includes a position as CBS Editorial Director, Dean of Students, UCSC and UCLA, a San Francisco Examiner columnist and weight loss consultant.
Anne includes community involvement in her activities; including the Edgewood Auxiliary, the San Francisco Ballet Auxiliary, the Jackson Square Association, the Institute for Classical Architecture and Art, Friends of UCSF Children’s Hospital and is a Friend of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
Anne has served on the March of Dimes Advisory Committee, the Breast Cancer Fund Committee and CPMC’s Little Jim Club.
Born in Sacramento, California, Anne attended the University of California at Davis, where she majored in International Relations and earned a masters degree in Political Science. While at UCD she wrote a column for The Sacramento Bee.