A flurry of new hires at North Texas commercial real estate firms this week, with Newmark Grubb Knight Frank adding two professionals, with Colliers International, Jones Lang LaSalle, Stream Realty Partners, and Dominus Commercial adding to their ranks as well.
• Jefferson Lillard joins Newmark Grubb Knight Frank‘s global corporate services as a managing director, from his previous position of senior adviser with Cresa. In this role he focused on sourcing and procuring portfolio account work for the firm’s National Corporate Services group.
• Jim Landsaw has been named managing director of account management in the global corporate services group at Newmark Grubb Knight Frank. He will manage the national account for a major banking and financial institution. Previously, Landsaw was a senior vice president with Fischer & Co.
• Todd O. Hardin has been named Colliers International senior vice president in the Retail Services Group. Hardin’s commercial real estate experience spans more than 28 years and is focused in the retail sector and includes acquisitions and dispositions for land scales, retail and landlord tenant representation, and development consulting. Prior to joining Colliers, Hardin was senior vice president and market leader at SRS Real Estate Partners.
• Walter Bialas is a new vice president of research at Jones Lang LaSalle. In this role he will lead the Dallas platform and serve the Dallas and Fort Worth offices. Prior to joining Jones Lang LaSalle, Bialas was a senior market advisor for PPR/CoStar where he established forecasting models to assist the company with its detailed asset-level information.
• Chris Kincaid had been named Stream Data Centers vice president of project management. In this position, Kincaid will oversee construction of the company’s data center facilities. He 16 years of experience in management services, eight of which were spent dedicated to data center construction and commissioning.
• Mark Boynton has joined Dominus Commercial team as vice president of Brokerage. He previously was with The Amend Group, where he served as vice president.