Thursday, February 19, 2009

Energy Future Holdings hires Transwestern to manage Dallas real estate portfolio

Real estate service firm Transwestern said Wednesday that it has been hired by Dallas-based Energy Future Holdings to manage its local real estate portfolio.

The deal includes leasing and management of the 48-story Energy Plaza skyscraper in downtown Dallas.

The new management contract will bolster Transwestern’s presence in Dallas’ central business district.

“Transwestern remains a strong believer and supporter of the Dallas central business district, with currently in excess of 3.7 million square feet of office properties under contract,” Jack Eimer, president of Transwestern’s central region, said in a statement.

Real estate service firm Transwestern said Wednesday that it has been hired by Dallas-based Energy Future Holdings to manage its local real estate portfolio.

The deal includes leasing and management of the 48-story Energy Plaza skyscraper in downtown Dallas.

The new management contract will bolster Transwestern’s presence in Dallas’ central business district.

“Transwestern remains a strong believer and supporter of the Dallas central business district, with currently in excess of 3.7 million square feet of office properties under contract,” Jack Eimer, president of Transwestern’s central region, said in a statement. Steve Brown