Annette Means joined the Harrisburg Regional Office of High Associates Ltd. in 2000, after extensive experience in the real estate development industry.
Annette’s landscape architecture and development experience has been critical in the completion of numerous land transactions with companies such as Dunkin Donuts, Dollar General, SICO Company, High Associates, HR Weaver, Ressler Propane, Days Inn, Turkey Hill and 7-Eleven.
Annette has been responsible for a high leasing volume with companies such as Modjeski and Masters, Print-O-Stat, Accord Restoration, Dialysis Corporation of America, Canon Business Solutions, UPMC Pinnacle and Millennium Pharmacy. Utilizing her strong education and unique problem solving skills, she has successfully completed numerous difficult real estate transactions that required complex analytical abilities.
Annette received her Masters in Business Administration in Real Estate and Urban Development from the American University where she graduated in the top five percent of her class. She obtained her Bachelor of Science Degree in Landscape Architecture from Penn State University.
Prior to working in real estate brokerage Annette gained knowledge while a staff member of Harristown Development Corporation, a quasi-public developer of various projects within the City of Harrisburg. As Director of Development Services at Harristown, she managed various aspects of projects such as the Harrisburg Hilton and Towers, Strawberry Square, MARKET Square Improvement Project, the Whitaker Center for Arts and Science, the Fourth and Walnut Project and strategic planning necessary for a successful restaurant district. While at Harristown, she authored “Downtown Revitalization in Small Cities” which was published in the Urban Land Magazine.