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Regent Properties Celebrates Second Headquarters Opening in Dallas 

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Founded in 1989, Regent Properties, LLC is a real estate investment management and development firm based in Dallas, Texas, and Los Angeles, California. The company is a vertically integrated operator and fund manager with investments managed throughout the Sun Belt markets. They have registered investment advisors who manage a variety of investment portfolios. 

Regent Properties continues to grow as they open a second headquarters in Dallas. New and existing members of Regent Properties’ corporate team will relocate to the Dallas Fort-Worth area. This expanded corporate presence will function in parallel with the company’s longtime headquarters in Los Angeles. 

Eric Fleiss, CEO of Regent Properties, explained, “As Regent looks to acquire a significant amount of high-quality office product across the Sun Belt over the next 24 months, it makes perfect sense to be rooted full-time in one of our core historical markets, where we can remain in constant touch with our entire portfolio. DFW is one of the fastest growing metros in the nation and offers unparalleled infrastructure, talent, and dynamism to help build on Regent’s 30-plus year track record of success.”  

Colin Rosenbaum, SVP of Texas and Southeast Acquisitions at Regent Properties, stated, “The unprecedented events of the last 18 months have only strengthened our conviction in the tremendous long-term prospects for the markets in which we invest. We’re committed to aggressively expanding our footprint, both here in Texas as well as other Sun Belt cities, including Atlanta, Charlotte, Nashville, and Raleigh-Durham.”  

To learn more about Regent Properties, please visit their website by following this link: Regent Properties

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