Dallas, Texas – In a strategic move to fortify its geographical presence, the preeminent corporate real estate advisory firm, Hughes Marino, has inaugurated a fresh operational base in the heart of Dallas, marking its maiden foray into the state of Texas.
Hughes Marino will be let by its vice presidents Mike McElwee and Art Green
The Dallas outpost is under the aegis of two esteemed Executive Vice Presidents, Mike McElwee and Art Green, both of whom boast an impressive track record of leadership at Avison Young as principals. With a cumulative experience spanning well over six decades, this duo holds a formidable standing in the real estate sector.
Serving distinct specializations, McElwee, with a robust focus on the industrial sector, complements Green’s proficiency in assisting businesses with diverse office space requirements. These range from lease restructuring, the intricacy of headquarters relocations, to the enormity of corporate expansions.
“Dallas holds immense significance in the commercial real estate landscape as a vibrant community, economic powerhouse and strategically located city, and we are thrilled to open this key market with such an experienced and talented team of corporate real estate advisors,” Hughes Marino, president, and COO Shay Hughes said in a statement.
Hughes Marino opens office in Dallas months after opening offices in Boston and North Carolina
Originating from California, Hughes Marino extends a comprehensive array of commercial real estate services to its clientele, encompassing facets such as planning and design, construction management, and tenant representation. This development in Dallas comes on the heels of the company launching twin bases in Boston and North Carolina, a feat achieved merely seven months prior.
With an existing footprint in Denver and across the West Coast, Hughes Marino is poised to continue its growth trajectory across North America, demonstrating its unwavering commitment to expanding its reach and providing top-tier services to a wider spectrum of clients.
“When we find best-in-class advisors who share our same values and have the ability to bring the exceptional service and results that we have become known for as a company, we jump at the opportunity to welcome those new team members,” Hughes said in a news release.