3900-N-Dallas-Parkway

3900 N. Dallas Parkway
Tracked Down the Right Tenant

You can’t work here if you just want to answer the phone. With a 20% stock vacancy rate, buildings in Dallas do not get leased simply by fielding sign calls. At 3900, my team and I wore out the phones and tracked down every deal that was breathing. We ended up backfilling the major vacancy by submitting an unsolicited proposal. When you’re targeting the right users, adding a little hustle always generates results.

MacArthur Ridge I

MacArthur Ridge I
Played for All the Marbles – and Won

There is nothing more engaging than helping a client develop a high-stakes plan and then executing it successfully on their behalf. This is what we did for an institutional landlord that made a big bet based on our advice that an expiring single-tenant lease could be renewed at top-of-market rates. We had to be positively certain of any consolidation opportunities within all 13 of the tenant’s other existing Metroplex facilities, and we had to know inside and out all present and forward vacancies in the market where the tenant could move. Our client was able to move forward with absolute clarity that resulted from our market intelligence. 254,000 square feet later, the landlord had a long-term lease at attractive economics with an investment-grade tenant.

Connection Drive

Connection Drive
Executed a Big Idea

I understand the market, know the players well, and love executing big real estate ideas. This deal leveraged all three attributes. In the end, my team and I pulled together an off-market and tri-party transaction, relocated a Goldman Sachs-subsidiary (Archon) into 150,000 square feet, and restructured Nokia’s 604,000 square-foot existing lease.