Christine Perez

Christine
Perez
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Perfect Timing for Class of '06
As commercial real estate evolves and becomes increasingly sophisticated, so too do the universities charged with preparing the next generation of brokers,
Fielding Offers
In early 2004, after three years of renovating high-end homes in Manhattan, David Gevers decided to return to the University of Southern California to
Ripe for Retail
Things don't always work out as planned. In the mid-1980s, Ross Perot Jr. began work on AllianceTexas, a 2,000-acre commercial park surrounding the world's
Drugstore Addiction
Drugstores are offering a healthy alternative for buyers of commercial real estate. Even as chains add new locations at a record pace, they're quietly
University Appeal
Developers and owners in the fiercely competitive multifamily arena are mining for gold by segueing into student housing. Three real estate investment
City Within A City Rising in Las Vegas
Bobby Baldwin, president and CEO of Mirage Resorts Inc. is tired of Las Vegas kitsch. We're about all themed out, he says. We've got Egyptians, pirates
Bold Vision for Big D
For nearly 20 years, the 1 million sq. ft. Mercantile Bank complex has hung like an albatross around the neck of the downtown Dallas office market, dragging
A Tale of Two Office Submarkets
Developing in Dallas isn't for sissies. The land of big cars, big mansions, big hair and big vacancy rates can test the grit of even the most seasoned
Galleria strip center sold
Chicago-based RREEF has acquired Galleria North, a 94,000 sq. ft. upscale shopping center at the northwest corner of Alpha and Noel roads in Dallas. The
Pocket of Prosperity
When Craig Hall began developing his first office building in Hall Office Park five years ago, there wasn't even a road that led to his 142-acre site
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