JoBeth Prochaska, a real estate professional experienced in many aspects of commercial / retail real estate, is Senior Vice President - Development and Asset Management with the Houston office of Weitzman. In this position, Prochaska is responsible for overseeing the development of new and expanded retail centers in the greater Houston area, as well as overseeing asset management, including day-to-day operations, lease negotiation, management, finance, capital improvements and construction, for a portfolio of retail centers in the Houston area. Prochaska serves as the day-to-day decision maker on behalf of ownership clients on all project-related needs and regularly report to ownership on project performance. She current is directing development of Manvel Town Center, one of the largest-ever open-air projects planned for the Greater Houston area. Upon completion, Manvel Town Center will incorporate approximately 1 million square feet of retail and commercial space. As part of the Manvel development, Prochaska’s duties have included directing the creation of the Municipal Utility District for the site, as well as implementing capital improvements and infrastructure for the project. Her other duties include negotiating tenant leases and lease amendments from inception of LOI to lease signatures and other project-related duties. Prior to joining Weitzman, she worked in development for a retail developer.
Prochaska is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers and is active with Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW). She is president of the Pearland Municipal Management District No. 2 and a licensed Texas real estate broker. She volunteers at the Houston Food Bank and the Fort Bend Women’s Shelter and serves as a Girl Scout Troop leader.
Prochaska received a Bachelor of Science degree from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.