Wednesday, November 04, 2015

Hart Commercial Moves HQ to Dallas

Usrey brings more than 20 years of experience in transaction management, research, business development and analytical support to the Hart team.

DALLAS--Hart Commercial will relocate its headquarters from Miami, FL. to Dallas, and has made two key hires as well.

Maschera Usrey will become vice president of leasing and Carlos Frias is vice president of investment sales.

The firm launched in 2014 and has offices in Miami and Orange County, CA.  Hart specializes in commercial leasing, investment sales and providing consulting services to owners of real estate in the industrial, office and retail markets.

"Establishing our headquarters in Dallas allows our team to take advantage of a market that will see continued growth for the next few years," Tanya Little, CEO of Hart Commercial, told GlobeSt.com. "In addition, our Dallas team can utilize our national resources to ensure successful outcomes for our clients."

Usrey brings more than 20 years of experience in transaction management, research, business development and analytical support to the Hart team. She has worked with major clients such as AAA, Chevron, Dell/Perot Systems, Flour Corp. and Publicis.  She has also worked on leasing assignments throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth area, including: One Dallas Centre, Citymark, Canal Plaza, Las Colinas Towers I & II, Prestonwood Creek and The Quadrangle. Prior to joining Hart Commercial, Maschera was a broker with Cushman & Wakefield where she specialized in sublease transactions, landlord representation and tenant representation.

Frias has extensive experience in business development and commercial loan originations across all asset classes. He previously worked for CHF Real Estate Corp. as a principal and mortgage broker and was vice president of loan originations at BMC Capital. Frias combines his capital markets and real estate experience to help clients find the right buyer, whether it’s a single asset or large portfolio.

Anna Caplan/GlobeSt.com