CBRE names DFW exec to oversee new Texas-Oklahoma retail platform

 

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Looking to expand its regional retail brokerage platform following the acquisition of Dallas-based UCR last January, brokerage giant CBRE Group Inc. has named Daniel Taylor as managing director of retail for its Texas and Oklahoma division.

In his new role, Taylor has been tasked with leading the firm’s retail brokerage platform expansion in the region and create a line of cohesive services to retail clients.

“As a company, we have significantly enhanced our retail services through acquisitions of UCR last year and Philadelphia-based Fameco in 2013, among others,” said Michael Caffey, president of CBRE’s Texas-Oklahoma division, in a statement.

“Now we are putting regional leadership in place to support our sales professionals and to provide strategic, coordinated services for our clients across different markets,” he added.

In his time at CBRE, Taylor has been instrumental in building Dallas-Fort Worth’s retail business for the firm, officials said.

Mickey Ashmore, vice chairman of retail for CBRE-UCR, said Taylor has the energy and skills to put the firm into a market-leading position.

With Taylor leading the regional efforts, Ashmore will continue to focus on CBRE’s national retail service and branding efforts.

In the past few years, CBRE has acquired three retail real estate service companies throughout the United States.

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CCIM North Texas presents The 2016 Market Forecast with Mark Dotzour

 

Original Source CCIM North Texas Chapter Event

NTCCIM January Luncheon: Mark Dotzour 

DATE: 01/22/2016 (11:30 AM) – 01/22/2016 (01:00 PM)

ADDRESS: The Park City Club 5956 Sherry Lane, Dallas TX
“Three years ago Dennis McCuistion spoke to our group on why bankers should quit making real estate loans.  He is back and talking about what has happened since he spoke to us in September of 2007.  He will address stupidity, greed, crime, and poor public policy.  He’ll finish with a quick look at the future and his thoughts on real estate finance, inflation and how to save what’s left of the world.”

About Dr. Mark Dotzour

Dr. Mark Dotzour
Past Chief Economist and Director of Research
for the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University

Dr. Mark G. Dotzour (pronounced Dot sir) earned his Ph.D. in the Department of Finance at the University of Texas at Austin in 1987 and served as Associate Professor of Real Estate and Finance at Wichita State University for 10 years. As Chief Economist, he is currently doing market research to monitor how global and national trends are likely to impact residential and commercial real estate markets.

Prior to his academic career, he was president of Gleneagles Development, Inc.,
developing residential subdivisions in Wichita, Kansas. He also served as president of
Dotzour Inc., Realtors, which was a residential brokerage firm in Wichita.

He has been at the Real Estate Center since August 1997. Since then, he has published 93 articles in magazines and given over 1,250 presentations to more than 210,000 people. His research findings and comments have been published in the Wall Street Journal, Money Magazine, USA Today and Business Week and he was a guest on the Jim Lehrer NewsHour on PBS.

Dotzour regularly makes presentations at national and state conventions. His audiences
include residential and commercial real estate brokers, bankers, Chambers of Commerce, economic development organizations, homebuilders, construction and engineering firms, CPAs, wealth managers and foundations.

Dr. Dotzour and his wife LuAnn have been married for 39 years. They have two children
and two grandchildren. His father was a professional golfer. He grew up on the golf
course, but you couldn’t tell it from his current 15 handicap. He and LuAnn have spent a
lot of time prowling small bookstores all over America looking for old books about Wall
Street, economic history and science fiction.

CCIM North Texas January Luncheon

 

Contact Email: ntccim@madcrouch.com

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Security expert Michael Pritchard to ask CREW Dallas if members and guests know what to do when disaster happens [CREW Dallas]

PritchardMikeDALLAS – January 7, 2016 – Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Dallas members and guests will respond to the question, “When Disaster Strikes…How Prepared Are You?” The speaker will be Michael Pritchard, former Senior Vice President of Global Intelligence for Hunt Consolidated, and retired Special-Agent-In-Charge of the Dallas Field Office of the U.S. Secret Service. The open-to-the-public luncheon will be held on Wednesday,  January 20 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Park City Club, 5956 Sherry Lane in Dallas.

 

With responsibility for all matters concerning protection for Hunt personnel and assets around the world, Pritchard created several plans including a formal Disaster Plan with relocation sites (including Surviving the 21st Century manual) and a Business Continuity Plan (BCP).  He also strategically developed a strong foreign diplomatic security presence which includes oversight, design, and construction of all Hunt foreign operational sites and procedures.

Pritchard retired as the Special-Agent-In-Charge of the Dallas Field Office with the U.S. Secret Service and has served in numerous field offices as well as with the Special Operations Counter Terrorism (CAT) Team at the White House. He protected six U.S. presidents along with visiting foreign heads of state and conducted assignments in more than 53 countries.

“CREW members are eager to learn how to better prepare themselves and their companies ( including the assets of both) in the event of a disaster. Given both  the natural and man-made tragedies of the past year, this topic is extremely timely,” said Teresa Ereon Giltner, president of CREW Dallas and an attorney with Dykema Cox Smith.

The cost for the luncheon is $55 for pre-registered guests and $65 for walk-ins.  For more information, contact Kim Hopkins at 214/890-6490 or email khopkins@crew-dallas.org

ABOUT CREW DALLAS

CREW Dallas is a powerful network that creates success for women in commercial real estate.  For more information, visit www.crew-dallas.org.

For additional information,

Contact Marlene Glasser

mglassergalandwit.com

214-770-4960

ML REALTY PARTNERS FINALIZES PURCHASE OF INDUSTRIAL BUILDING IN DFW AIRPORT CORRIDOR

FOR: ML REALTY PARTNERS LLC
Contact: Kristy Wenz, kristy@endurallc.com
Endura Communications, LLC
773-458-3050

(Grapevine, TX) – Matthew G. Smith, Vice President of ML Realty Partners LLC, is pleased to announce the acquisition of a 58,775 square foot industrial building in Grapevine, Texas.

The single-tenant warehouse facility is 100% leased and located at 600 Westport Parkway.  The property’s ideal location offers immediate access to both Dallas and Fort Worth, with the eastern property line bordering Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.  The building’s flexible design includes a distinctive feature of approximately three and one half acres of secure, paved outside storage.

“600 Westport Parkway is a truly unique addition to our growing portfolio as it provides significant outside storage with dock high and grade level loading,” said Smith. “The ability to purchase within this Class A location also provides ML Realty Partners with a great long-term asset.”

Tyson Erwin of NAI Robert Lynn represented the seller in the acquisition.

About ML Realty Partners

ML Realty Partners is a real estate investment firm focusing on both the acquisition and development of industrial real estate in the Central United States.

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Kristy Wenz
Endura Communications, LLC
773-458-3050

 

READERS’ CHOICE: Biggest Commercial Real Estate News in Dallas/Fort Worth for 2015 [CoStar]

The Dallas/Fort Worth commercial real estate market continued to experience dynamic changes in 2015, and CoStar News was there to cover it for our subscribers, from the biggest deals and dealmakers, to the latest developments and market trends.

As the leading source of industry news, CoStar’s research analysts and journalists provided timely reporting and insightful views on the CRE trends and transactions throughout the year.

Here are the stories that you, our readers, considered to be the most interesting and newsworthy in the Dallas/Fort Worth market over the past 12 months. [CoStar]

 

To view the full article visit CoStar

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Woodmont Co. Hires Two in Fort Worth

FORT WORTH–The Woodmont Co. has expanded its management team, hiring Rebecca Galuppo as vice president of center marketing and Steven Sless as vice president of leasing.

Galuppo joins the team with more than 20 years of retail and commercial marketing experience. Most recently, before joining Woodmont, she served as director of marketing for Simon Premium Outlets. In her new role, Galuppo is “responsible for the overall marketing, management and implementation of programs that support the vision of The Woodmont Co. and the shopping center portfolio(s) represented with emphasis on enclosed regional malls and outlet shopping centers,” the firm says. [GlobeSt]

 

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NOVUS Brokers 444-Acre Trade in Denton

DENTON, TX–NOVUS Realty Advisors principals John St. Clair and Grant Brodeur recently completed the trade of a 444-acre tract of land in Lakeview Ranch in Denton.

This well-positioned investment property was purchased by FSA & S Collin County LLC from owner Canyon Energy Partners, who was represented by St. Clair, while Brodeur handled the transaction for the buyer.

Lakeview Ranch is an existing single-family home development located south of State Highway 380 along Lakeview Boulevard in the city of Denton. The new property owner plans to reposition the various tracts within the 444 acres and offer the entire tract or individual parcels for sale. Currently the land is zoned residential by the city of Denton with specific allowance for 40-, 50- and 60-foot single-family lots. [GlobeSt]

 

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