Waronzof Associates, Inc. is a Los Angeles-based land economics and real estate consulting firm formed by Timothy Lowe in early 2000. The firm provides land economics and real estate consulting services to private, institutional and fiduciary clients in four service areas – Consulting, Complex Valuation, Litigation Support and Asset Management. The firm also provides green building appraisals and green building financial analyses.
Land economics is the study of land and its improvements in the context of its performance and productivity, profitability and utility for a specific use. A land economics perspective takes into account the context of surrounding community, marketplace and other environs as well as the role of the property or project in the business enterprise, agency or its community context.
Since formation, Waronzof has served a variety of clients, among them Latham & Watkins, Kilroy Realty Corporation, Rus, Miliband & Smith, Morrison & Foerster, California State Teacher’s Retirement System, Segerstrom Companies, Allen, Matkins, Leck, Gamble & Mallory LLP, Trammell Crow Company, Deloitte & Touche, Cygnion Corporation, the San Francisco Giants, the City of Tukwilla, Billet, Kaplan, Sokol & Dawley, City of Chula Vista Redevelopment Agency, the Worldwide Church of God, Sisters of Social Service, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Louisiana, the City of Long Beach Redevelopment Agency, Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum (HOK) and others.
Our experience in different venues, with a wide variety of clients and complex properties gives us a unique perspective and experience which our clients’ value. Waronzof’s four service areas cover the lifecycle of commercial property – from acquisition and development through management and operation until disposition or redevelopment.
The elements common to each of our service areas are the analytical tools of the real estate industry – property analysis, market analysis, real estate finance, operations, due diligence and strategy. These tools are fundamental to each area, but are used in different ways and contexts. Industry practices and the needs of differing clients dictate how, when and why evaluation and analysis is undertaken.
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