How did AIDS Arms find a location for their new 15,000 medical clinic and administrative offices in the tight North Oak Cliff real estate market?
How did a former bowling alley on six acres become the Dallas Children’s Theater?
How was a donation of a 20,000 square foot building on five acres negotiated for TexansCan to convert into a new school?
How did a doctor's office transform into Salum Restaurant one of the top restaurants in Dallas?
How did a church publications office/warehouse building become the 72,000 sq. ft. new home for the Society to Prevent Cruelty to Animals (SPCA)?
How did Uplift Education, a highly rated charter school organization, find two 70,000 sq. ft. buildings that could be renovated into schools in less than 3 months? Discover a parking garage in downtown Dallas was an ideal new school site? And, acquire an 85,000 sq. ft. building in Deep Ellum?
The Answer is Solender/Hall, Inc.
Who says a Commercial Real Estate Firm can't be creative?
Since 1991, Solender/Hall has been specializing in the representation of small and medium sized companies and nonprofit organizations in the North Texas area. We listen to our clients, spend time to understand their needs and then find solutions that best suit them.
We really know Dallas – we've been to buildings in neighborhoods you've never even heard of (and sometimes we'll tell you that you don't ever want to go there – we've already checked it out!).
Everyday we help our clients:
Consult on long-range real estate plans and strategies
Locate new office space
Negotiate lease renewals
Buy and sell real estate
Acquire well located retail space
Analyze potential donated property
Assist in securing financing
Solender/Hall is more than a commercial real estate brokerage company - we are your real estate mentors, bargain hunters, strategists and advocates.
Contact Eliza Solender for more information about our services at Eliza@SolenderHall.com