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  • iRetail: The Dawning of an Age?
    By Chris Harden, Director Over the past couple of years, investors have become skittish of retailers and retail shopping centers susceptible to online retailing. In some instances, for good reason. The fear of the “Retail Apocalypse” is in full swing these days, and I can’t seem to read one major news... Read more »
  • 1-on-1: Bret Bunnett and Scot Farber
    by Christine Perez Our popular 1-on-1 series continues with corporate exec Bret Bunnett and commercial property sales guru Scot Farber, both of whom have learned to deal with the unconventional “one-t” spelling of their first names. Their wide-ranging discussion covers everything from the infamous “Bunnett brothers” and selling blue jeans in... Read more »
  • Dallas’ Booming Distribution Economy
    By David C. Smith Historically, Dallas is best known for its involvement in the oil and cotton industries. Today, it boasts a large and diverse economy that includes banking, telecommunications, technology, and healthcare, among other industries. The region also serves as a major distribution hub because of its size and central... Read more »
  • 1-On-1: Beth Lambert and Mike Wyatt
    by Christine Perez Our August edition of 1-on-1 pairs up two seasoned pros: Capital Markets guru Beth Lambert and Office Tenant Rep leader Mike Wyatt. They first met in the early 1990s—and there’s an interesting story behind that—but it was the merger of Cushman & Wakefield and DTZ that brought them... Read more »
  • Cushman & Wakefield Ranks No. 1 in Industrial Tenant Representation Locally, Nationally
    By Christine Perez Throughout North Texas and across the country, Cushman & Wakefield has a rich history of industrial real estate expertise. Clients have come to rely on that deep bank of knowledge—and transaction data reflects that. According to CoStar Group, Cushman & Wakefield’s industrial tenant rep team ranked No. 1... Read more »
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