Mergers And Acquisitions – Major Recent National Transactions

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Posted: Aug 4, 2022

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Dallas-based Open Realty—a retail-focused real estate investment firm that’s helped companies like Apple, Warby Parker, and Bonobos bring brick-and-mortar stores to North Texas—has been acquired by New York-based Newmark Group. Open Realty will now join Newmark’s retail services business, joining the public company’s global team of more than 6,300 worldwide.


cresa — the world’s largest occupier-focused commercial real estate firm ±— has announced today that leading Texas-based tenant representation firm, esrp, has merged with the company. Dallas-Fort Worth based esrp will add nearly 50 team members to the Cresa platform. Through its Texas offices located at The Star in Frisco, the Dallas Arts District, and Cresa’s Houston Galleria office, esrp will lead Cresa’s existing teams and build a presence in Austin

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