Rhonda is a native to the San Francisco Bay Area and a weekend resident of Napa Valley. She has a deep understanding of urban hospitality-oriented environments, trends and psychographics. Her creative talents, real estate and technology experience deliver innovative solutions to Retail, Entertainment, Restaurant and Hospitality Real Estate.
Her recent high profile assignments include the new Golden State Warriors Chase Arena, Piers 1.5 to 5, and the Historic Pier 70 on San Francisco and City Center Bishop Ranch, a 300,000 SF retail project designed by Renzo Piano. Mixed-use, retail, and hotel clients include W Hotels, Pebblebrook Hotel Group, The Riverfront Napa, Ritz Carlton, Kimpton Hotel Group, JDV Hotels, Orton Development, Invesco, Hudson Pacific ADIA, and Viceroy Hotels.
Significant restaurant transactions include: Saison Hospitality, Delfina Pizzeria, Ferry Building Wine Merchant, Trick Dog, Michael Mina’s Test Kitchen, Michael Mina at Salesforce, Cavalier, Charles Phan’s Hard Water & Slanted Door, STK Steakhouse, Roka Akor, Crystal Jade, Bagatelle, Lucky Strike, Coqueta by Michael Chiarello, Left Bank, and Amber Dhara.
Rhonda’s recent transactions include SF’s Restoration Hardware flagship, The Lot Entertainment, Paper Source - Union Square, Bonobos - Union Square, Soul Cycle, Workshop Cafe, Eres, Wellendorff Jewelers, JCB Lounge at the Ritz Carlton, Max Mara, Leica Camera, T-Mobile flagship, Starbucks Reserve, Sprint flagship store, TD Ameritrade, eTrade, Chase Bank, Barry’s Bootcamp and Lucky Brand Jeans.
Rhonda is a consistent top producer in the country, honored as such for 15 plus years in a row at Terranomics/DTZ/Cassidy Turley (DTZ and Cushman & Wakefield merged in 2015). She has received recognition for several years for the top Restaurant Deals and Retail Deals of the Year. She was honored as one of San Francisco’s Most Influential Women three years in a row and was inducted into the Forever Influential Women three years in a row and was inducted into the Forever Influential Women in Business Hall in 2017. She has served on the Chainlinks National Retail Advisors Board, and is a past board member of the Financial Women’s Association. Rhonda has been featured in The Registry, SF Chronicle, SF Business Times, BISNOW and regularly in the Allen Matkins/UCLA Anderson Forecast.