Houlihan Lokey, which will occupy 44,337 square feet on the 9th floor of the 100 and 200 buildings of the iconic The Crescent in Uptown Dallas, is a leading global investment bank with expertise in mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, financial restructuring, and valuation.
Houlihan’s Dallas office has been growing explained Rick Lacher, a managing director at Houlihan, “Our expansion will make us one of The Crescent’s largest tenants. The Crescent has been an excellent partner to us, and we are excited to continue our more than 15-year relationship at Dallas’ premiere multi-purpose business complex.”
Rockefeller Capital Management offers strategic advice to ultra-high-net-worth and high-net-worth individuals and families, institutions, and corporations. The firm is responsible for approximately $80 billion in client assets.
“The Crescent was a natural decision for us. The Rockefeller name has long been synonymous with all things about wealth, and The Crescent is known as the financial center of the Southwest,” commented Michael R. Armondo, managing director for Rockefeller Capital Management and central U.S. division director.
Crescent’s Tony Click, Vice President of Leasing, acknowledged that Houlihan Lokey and Rockefeller Capital Management are perfect fits. “This year, we have added banking, investment bankers, wealth management, family offices, and private equity. This enhances our status as the financial epicenter, or ‘hub,’ of the Southwest,” Click touted.
The iconic Phillip Johnson three-tower design with a retail atrium includes eleven casual and fine dining options, the luxury Hotel Crescent Court and Spa, and Stanley Korshak, a Dallas emporium that pampers customers with service and high-quality merchandise.