TREC Young Guns
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While there were no reports of mechanical bull-riding, the TREC's Young Guns hosted “A Spotlight on Southern Dallas” forum at Gilley’s; Panera’s Terrance Maiden (whom we snapped with 5G’s Wade Lowe and Jake Fields) spoke on revitalizing the region. 5G is the design architect for the $346M Dallas Convention Center hotel, which broke ground in September and is targeted for 2012. When he’s not promoting 5G, Wade can be found reeling in bass or striper on Lake Texoma.
Cushman & Wakefield’s Billy Gannon, flanked by CBRE’s David Liggitt, Kimley-Horn’s Hillary Keil, and Beck Group’s Gary Sanchez, is wrapping up a “long-term” renewal for an undisclosed law firm in Uptown. Away from work, he raises funds for the Rise School as part of the Touchdown Club. The school for 1-to 5-year-olds integrates special needs children in mainstream classes.
HFF’s Adam Herrin, here with Wicker & Associates’ Collin Flynn and Cary Wicker of has been working with large national clients on refinancing upcoming loan maturities. Adam says difficulty in procuring debt financing has HFF seeing lots of institutional clientsseeking capital to refinance loan maturities and restructure debt.Sounds strenuous, but shouldn't be a problem: When he’s not running down financing, Adam is running triathlons.