CRE Veteran Greg Hoffman Joins Younger Partners
Younger Partners welcomes CRE veteran Greg Hoffman to the brokerage team. He comes to Younger Partners from Colliers International, where he served as senior vice president. The 40-year veteran of commercial real estate in Dallas will continue working with both office tenants and owners.
“Greg Hoffman is a well-respected in the industry and is one of the hardest working brokers I know. We expect him to continue doing great things at Younger Partners,” says Younger Partners’ Moody Younger.
Hoffman specializes in tenant and landlord representation for office and office/tech properties across the country, but especially in the Greater Dallas area, with an emphasis on office buildings in the North Dallas and LBJ submarkets. His experience includes handling income property acquisitions and dispositions, development, and general brokerage.
“My clients can continue to expect personalized, no-nonsense representation from me,” Hoffman says. “I’m excited to make this transition to Younger Partners. The company culture was very appealing to me as well as the strong leadership and management of Moody Younger and Kathy Permenter.”
Since 2010, Hoffman has participated in more than 650 transactions totalling almost 5 million square feet. For the past 10 years, he has leased about a dozen buildings for a national landlord’s portfolio and has acted as broker and asset manager while selling 16 buildings for another ownership group.
At one point in his career, he handled real estate transactions for Texas Instruments coast-to-coast. He has also played a role in disposing of multiple properties across the state for Baker Hughes.
Other clients have included CRT Properties, CMD Realty Investors, Merit Texas Properties, DRA Advisors, Colonial Properties Trust, and Crest Holdings.
Hoffman and his wife, Patricia, have been married for 38 years and have three children. He added his first grandchild to the family this year. He’s an avid sports fan and you can find him cheering on the Southern Methodist University Mustangs, the Dallas Cowboys and the Texas Rangers.