How Cushman & Wakefield has built up its new global brand in North Texas

It’s been two years since Cushman & Wakefield merged with DTZ in a $2 billion mega-deal to create a new global real estate brokerage firm with the capability to compete with CBRE and JLL.

And it hasn’t been easy in North Texas to combine cultures from different firms under one real estate brokerage roof in Uptown, but the Dallas office has seemingly pulled it off with some of the region’s top brokers teaming up like never before.

“We have a lot of pieces that didn’t naturally fit together at first, but now they fit really well together,” said Ran Holman, the Dallas-Fort Worth market leader for Cushman & Wakefield.

Click to read more at Dallas Business Journal.