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  • Natalie Snyder Bode Honored as CREW Dallas’ Outstanding New Member
    by Meg Costa We’re proud to announce that Natalie Snyder Bode, Director in Cushman & Wakefield’s Leasing Tenant Representation group, is the 2018 recipient of the Outstanding New Member award from CREW Dallas, the commercial real estate industry’s leading organization for women. Natalie received the award at a CREW awards luncheon... Read more »
  • A Dallas Landmark Gets Refreshed with a Head-to-toe Redevelopment
    One of Dallas’ most popular Uptown destinations is in the midst of a major refresh, breathing new life into the area for visitors, residents, property owners and tenants alike. Victory Park is easily one of the most recognized areas of Dallas. The neighborhood includes American Airlines Center and the adjacent AT&T... Read more »
  • Three of C&W’s Dallas Professionals Land on D CEO’s Dallas 500
    By Meg Costa D CEO’s annual Dallas 500, a list of the DFW’s most powerful business leaders, has once again honored several Cushman & Wakefield’s Dallas professionals. Managing Principal Ran Holman is among the region’s six top Commercial Real Estate Executives, and two of the top 12 brokers were from Cushman &... Read more »
  • Healthcare Consumerism is Remaking the Industry as We Know It
    by Matt Heidelbaugh, Executive Managing Director, Tenant Advisory Services When I was a kid, healthcare was a lot more centralized than it is today. If you became seriously ill or needed surgery, you went to the local hospital. After all, that was your only option. Today, you have a lot more choice in... Read more »
  • Proactive Strategies to Promote Tenant Satisfaction
    By Christy Means-Vasiliou Christy Means-Vasiliou, Managing Director of Asset Services in Dallas, shares her perspective on tenant satisfaction and working with demanding tenants. Christy’s comments were featured in the November/December issue of BOMA Magazine in the “Keeping Tenants Happy” feature article.  How do you proactively address more demanding tenants? You start at the... Read more »
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