HOUSTON – (Realty News Report) – Veteran real estate broker H. Dan “Danny” Miller has formed HDM Realty Advisors, a commercial firm based in Houston. In recent years, Miller had been senior managing director of capital markets at JLL and HFF. Over his career, Miller has been involved in the disposition of $4 billion (33 million SF) of income properties. His deals have included the $340 million sale of 1400 Smith, a 50-story office tower formerly known as the Enron Building. Miller recently handled the sale of One Sugar Creek Center, a 194,000-SF property acquired by Tampa Bay Bucs co-owner Kevin Glazer in an all-cash deal. A graduate of LSU, Miller began his career at CBRE in 1975.
Last year, long-time Houston broker Rudy Hubbard left JLL and started RH Interests.
Land specialists Jeff Peden and Scott E. Miller have joined Transwestern Real Estate Services to bolster Transwestern’s land brokerage effort. Peden, who has been with Cushman & Wakefield for 22 years, has brokered 1,860 transactions with a value of $3.4 billion, included 960 land sales totaling more than 100,000 acres. “Jeff and Scott bring expertise and relationships in areas that are complementary to our current suite of services,” said Kevin Roberts, Transwestern’s Southwest President. “This will better position Transwestern to realize our goal of constantly enhancing our service offerings to ensure exceptional outcomes for our clients.”
Land broker Meredith Cullen has joined Cushman & Wakefield. He will partner with Cushman & Wakefield Vice Chairman David L. Cook to lead the seven-person land brokerage team. “We are excited to add Meredith, a seasoned commercial real estate professional, to our team,” said Tim Relyea, Managing Principal of Cushman & Wakefield’s Houston office. “Meredith is a well-known and respected real estate professional who has been integral in a variety of development and investment activities throughout Houston.” Cullen joins Cushman & Wakefield from Cullen Realty Group, a firm he created in 2013 that specializes in marketing, dispositions and acquisitions of land, ranches, buildings, homes, condominiums and other properties. He is part of the H.R. Cullen Family, a family with deep roots in the Houston community for more than 100 years.
NAI Partners hired Cary Latham as a Senior Associate in its Texas Investment Sales Division.NAI Partners’ Investment Sales Division, which has made multiple strategic hires to substantially grow its business in Texas, including landing seasoned industry veteran Scott Lunine to lead the effort as Executive Vice President of Investment Sales; and recruiting the top-performing McCullough-Jaynes team from Las Vegas to NAI Partners’ Austin office.
Stream Realty Partners, a national real estate company, announced that Weldon Martin has joined its office division as a Senior Vice President in the firm’s Houston office, said Ryan Barbles, Managing Director of Stream Houston’s office division. Prior to joining Stream, Martin spent seven years at CBRE, most recently as a First Vice President. While there, he handled more than 340 office lease transactions totaling over 2.2 million SF.. Before joining CBRE, Martin represented office tenants at Avison Young where he was named North American Rookie of the Year.
David Rendon, formerly of Thor Equities, has joined the McCord development company, to serve as Director of Development where he will oversee development and construction of all new vertical projects, including Generation Park’s Lockwood Business Park Building 3, Redemption Square’s medical office building and the Eden Salon Suites. The addition of Rendon follows recent hires Justin Turner as Director of Culinary Hospitality, Nick Cardwell as Vice President of Innovation and former Texas Medical Center Chief Operating Officer, Shawn Cloonan as General Counsel.
Jan. 5, 2021 Realty News Report Copyright 2021
File: People in Real Estate
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