Entries by Taylor Cotton


2013 – SF BUS. TIMES April 8, 2013 Published in: San Francisco Business Times Author: Ron Leuty Think constructing a building on a college campus is simply a matter of snatching state funding, hiring the lowest-bid design and construction team and moving in faculty, staff and students? Think again. Putting up the $165.5 million, 237,000-square-foot […]

Renderings Revealed for Trident Center Expansion

2012 – URBANIZE LA January 23, 2017 Published in: Urbanize.LA Author: Steven Sharp West L.A. office complex to add 120,000 square feet of office and retail space. An initial study published by the Los Angeles Department of City Planning offers a sneak peak at the proposed expansion of West L.A.’s Trident Center. The mid-rise office complex, which […]

OC Gets its 1st Permanent Food-Truck Lot at The MET Costa Mesa

2017 – OC WEEKLY March 14 2017 Published: OC WEEKLY Author: Cynthia Rebolledo OC Gets its 1st Permanent Food-Truck Lot at The MET Costa Mesa While the SanTana City Council is trying to ban taco trucks (#carneasadaisnotacrime), the city of Costa Mesa is welcoming Orange County’s first permanent food truck park at The MET, a […]

California Architects: Keeping Up with a Shifting Landscape

2016 – California Buildings News September/October 2016 Q & A with Michael F. Malinowski California Architects: Keeping Up with a Shifting Landscape Q & A with Michael F. Malinowski President of American Institute of Architects, California Council and President of Applied Architecture Inc., Sacramento Q What are the biggest public affairs challenges architects face from […]


2016 – OCBJ Jan. 4, 2016 Published in: Orange County Business Journal Author: Mark Mueller REAL ESTATE: Sale likely biggest office deal of 2015 The new owners of MetroCenter at South Coast are planning a major renovation project of the office complex, with an expectation of turning the Costa Mesa site into one of Orange […]


2016 – BOMA July 2017 Published in: BOMA International Magazine When I was still in college, I had plans to put my degree in economics to good use by starting a career in financial advising. However, a wise older friend who worked in the commercial real estate industry told me something that really struck a […]


2016 – BOMA July 2017 Published in: BOMA International Magazine First and foremost, I want to share how honored and thrilled I am to serve as the chair of BOMA International for the coming year—one of the youngest, in fact, of BOMA’s long and storied history.  Let me tell you a little bit about myself: […]


2016 – BOMA June 27, 2016 Published in: Bisnow Author: Amanda Marsh, Bisnow NJ https://www.bisnow.com/national/news/property-management/meet-your-next-boma-chair-brian-harnetiaux-61808 Like many executives in property management, McCarthy Cook & Co SVP of asset management Brian Harnetiaux fell into the industry’s lap by happenstance. McCarthy Cook Upon graduating from UC Davis in 1998, he considered going into financial advising and interviewed […]