Congrats to YP’s D CEO RealEstate Power Brokers for 2019: Trae Anderson, John St. Clair, Sean Dalton, Ben McCutchin, Byron McCoy, and Michael Ytem.
The Younger Partners leasing team of Kathy Permenter, Trae Anderson, and Sarah Savage signed 30,544 square feet of leases at Republic Center, 325 N. St. Paul St in Downtown Dallas.
Among the leases:
- Smith Clinesmith, LLP/Clinesmith Law Firm leased 11,213 square feet. The tenant was represented by Jayson Montoya at NAI Robert Lynn.
- HealthMark Medical Group, LLC leased 10,034 square feet. The tenant was represented by Conor McCarthy at JLL.
- Constellation New Energy, Inc. leased 6,502 square feet. The tenant was represented by Bret Hefton and Graham Shelby at Avison Young.
- Addison Group (Bridgepoint Consulting) leased 1,594 square feet. The tenant was represented by Nick Gray at Kevo Commercial.
- Phlox Capital Management leased 1,211 square feet. The tenant was represented by Oliver Day at Altschuler and Company.
“Republic Center is located in the heart of Downtown, adjacent to public transportation and the soon-to-be Pacific Plaza Park,” says Ms. Permenter. “Republic Center’s occupancy is well above the CBD average and office-users are taking notice. Later this summer, the American Institute of Architects will be moving in on the bottom two floors.”
Younger Partners was awarded the Dallas Business Journal Best Real Estate Deal of 2017 for Neighborhood Impact for the AIA Dallas & Dallas Center for Architecture lease at Republic Center. YP’s Kathy Permenter, Trae Anderson and Sarah Savage represented Republic Tower. Solender/Hall’s Eliza Solender represented AIA. #DallasBRED?
For the full list of DBJ winners, click here.
YP is honored to be among the DBJ Best Real Estate Deals of 2017 finalists in the neighborhood impact category for the American Institute of Architects Dallas Chapter and Dallas Center for Architecture lease at Republic Center.
YP’s Kathy Permenter, Trae Anderson and Sarah Savage represented Republic Center. Solender/Hall’s Eliza Solender represented AIA. The long-term lease is for 13,708 square feet of office, exhibition and meeting space on the building’s first two floors, connected by an interior staircase. Located in the heart of the city center near public transportation, the space in Republic Center has high street-front visibility and pedestrian traffic, and is directly across from what will be a special new outdoor space, Pacific Plaza. #DallasBRED
Link to the announcement here.
Presented by the OU Board of Regents and OU Alumni Association, the Regents’ Alumni Award honors the important roles of OU alumni and supporters to the life of the university. A committee formed by the Alumni Association selects the award recipients from nominations made by alumni, friends, and OU faculty and staff. Each year’s recipients receive a plaque and their names are engraved on a permanent plaque in Oklahoma Memorial Union.
Trae Anderson has provided leadership to the OU Club of Dallas Board since 1999. In addition to 14 years of service on the club’s Board of Directors, he also has twice served two-year terms as president. As president, his goal was to keep the OU standard high above others in the North Texas area. Anderson embodies the Sooner Spirit, from helping with student recruitment, and the newly established Beat Texas Lunch, and the annual Sooner Club Caravan, to supporting University Development or rolling up his sleeves to set up tables at game day watch parties, he lives and breathes Sooner. His dedication to scholarship fundraising led the board to gifts of some $300,000 during his presidencies.
His first chaired event, “The Really Really Big Best Texas Party,” was focused on encouraging participation of younger alumni. As chair of the event from 1999 to 2004, the event generated more than $280,000.
Anderson’s creativity and dedication to OU is contagious to others on the board. As a leader, he embraced change and favored new ideas, even if they were not his own. To foster relationships with younger alumni, Anderson spearheaded an effort within the leadership of the OU Club of Dallas to involve and encourage new leadership through term limits. The result was a revitalized leadership in which no current board member has served more than eight consecutive years. The OU Club of Dallas provides the most volunteer and financial support of any OU Alumni Club. The achievements of the club, which celebrates its 65th anniversary this year, have been made possible by the tireless leadership of alumni like Anderson, who is a 1994 graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations and a minor in History.
Trae currently serves as a Principal at Younger Partners, a top-rated Dallas Based Commercial Real Estate Firm.