Alicia Esterkamp Allbin
Senior Vice President
Alicia Esterkamp Allbin has been a Senior Vice President at Pacific Waterfront Partners since 2002. Ms. Allbin is also Principal of AEA Development, LLC.
Ms. Allbin managed the $64M historic renovation project at Piers 1 1/2, 3 & 5. In addition to receiving approvals from over 20 different agencies, the project was listed on the National Register of Historic Places and secured nearly $12M in historic tax credits. Successful lease negotiations were achieved with prestigious tenants such as Bloomberg LP, Renaissance Technologies, and Geolo Capital. Ms. Allbin was also responsible for the retail strategy and tenanting which ultimately secured renowned restaurant tenants La Mar Cebicheria Peruana, Hard Water, The Plant Cafe, and Coqueta. The project was successfully sold in 2016.
In addition, PWP was engaged to secure and develop a location for the Pilara Foundation’s world class photography. Completed in 2010, Pier 24 now houses the largest collection of photography in North America. The renovation met the Department of the Interior’s Standards for Historic Rehabilitation and represents another major adaptive reuse on the waterfront.
Ms. Allbin has her M.B.A. from the University of San Francisco and has comprehensive experience in real estate development, entitlements, public-private partnerships, historic rehabilitation, leasing strategy, marketing, public relations, and communication. In addition, she serves on the Board of Directors for the Greenbelt Alliance, San Francisco Heritage and SF Made. Ms. Allbin was named a Legacy Member of the Most Influential Women of the Bay Area and is a member of Lambda Alpha International, SPUR, the Housing Action Coalition, the Bay Area Council, the SF Chamber of Commerce, ULI, and BOMA.