Bisnow: The Rise of South Dallas County

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Bisnow: The Rise of South Dallas County

Tuesday, November 25, 2014 - 8:00am to 11:00am



Join Bisnow this December to hear our all-star panel discuss the future of Southern Dallas and its transit-oriented development, new small business job creation, corporate recruitment, and real estate investment opportunities. How will the Grow South initiative revitalize downtown South Dallas, implement the West Dallas Design Plan, develop the Lancaster Corridor, and provide key infrastructure that will boost local school development? We'll have the experts on hand to answer all these questions and more.


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OrganizerKaren PierreCall (214) 319-9384


Tuesday, November 25, 2014

8:00 -9:00 AM

Continental Breakfast & Networking

9:00 - 10:30 AM

All-Star Panelists

10:30 - 11:00 AM

Post-Panel Networking

Sherman Roberts CEO City Wide Community Development Corporation
Sherman Roberts has dedicated his life to providing affordable housing and social services to needy families and individuals. Following graduation from Abilene High School, he earned a BBA degree from Texas A&M University - Commerce. After serving as staff accountant for the real estate subsidiary of a bank, he spent five years as Director of Finance and Development for Oak Cliff Development Corporation. In 1995, he became Executive Director for Operation Relief Community Development Corporation. Leveraging funding from public and private sources, during his 11 year tenure, he planned, developed and implemented a variety of single and multi-family housing projects that included: • $21.6 million tax credit renovation and restoration of a 16-story structure to provide 156 units of elderly housing (80% reserved for low income persons) with community room, movie theater and swimming pool with exercise, recreation, and computer facilities and on-site social services. • $8.195 million renovation of 300 unit multi-family buildings on a 18.5 acre site that included a variety of resident services and a learning center • $1.795 million tax credit new construction of 30 units for senior citizen Since being named president and CEO of City Wide Community Development Corporation in 2006, he has raised in excess of $30 million in operating and development funding. Currently, City Wide CDC owns and operates a 12 unit apartment complex in East Dallas that provides housing and supportive services to homeless seniors and is completing construction of 13 single family homes in the Village of Runyon Springs. The Lancaster Urban Village project, now under construction, is part of an overall effort to revitalize the Lancaster Corridor. In addition to Lancaster Urban Village, City Wide CDC plans additional housing for homeless women and veterans, medium density, mixed use development with a strong urban streetscape. View Profile
Terrence Maiden ‎Executive Vice President Corinth Properties
A passion for the business best describes Terrence Maiden. With over a decade of experience in the industry, Terrence Maiden has poured his energy, creativity and expertise into the development /project leasing of over two-million square feet of retail. As a key team member of Corinth Properties, he is at the forefront at implementing the growth of the company as a real estate owner and developer. Terrence coordinates and manages leasing and development efforts for the company. Terrence Maiden also serves as Managing Partner at The Nediam Company, a privately held capital venture/asset holdings firm based in Dallas View Profile
Randy Bowman CEO MW Logistics
Randy Bowman is a business executive with 22 years of experience developing strategy, driving execution, managing leaders and consummating corporate finance transactions. He is currently the CEO of MW Logistics, LLC. Prior to that, he was a private practice attorney for 12 years. Bowman received a Bachelor of Arts degree in advertising from The University of Texas at Austin. He also hold a Doctor of Jurisprudence from Whittier College School of Law (magna cum laude; Editor-in-Chief, Whittier Law Review) in Los Angeles, California.
Michael Rader President Prime Rail Interests



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