Lowry Mark McCaslin, former partner and general manager of Arcadia-based McCaslin Properties, has joined Maguire Thomas Partners, major downtown Los Angeles project developers, to assume responsibilities for the leasing and preleasing of nearly 4 million square feet of prime office space.
He will direct the leasing of the 2.5-million-square-foot Crocker Center; the preleasing of the planned 73-story, 1.3-million- square-foot Library Tower, downtown projects being developed by Maguire Thomas Partners, and the leasing of Plaza Las Fuentes, a 750,000-square-foot, mixed-use center in Pasadena.
He is the son of Lowry McCaslin, longtime Southern California developer. McCaslin Properties owns and developed the 73-acre McCaslin Business Park in Monterey Park.
Maguire Thomas Partners, ranking with the nation's largest investment builders, also is building 40-story, mixed-use twin towers in Philadelphia, called Commerce Square.