Dodson Commercial Real Estate, a 39-year-old commercial real estate development firm based in Arlington, Texas, has rebranded to ‘Street Realty’ and will soon relocate its headquarters to Fort Worth, as part of its planned brand evolution in line with the vision of its new executive team led by Ryan Dodson and Alex Bryant. The ‘new’ Street Realty offices, along with Street’s 15+ employees, will be located in a newly acquired building at 3909 Hulen Street in Fort Worth.
With a focus on quality, organic growth, and conservative underwriting, the new Street Realty is well-positioned to take advantage of Tarrant County’s tremendous growth, so its rationale for rebranding to Street Realty and relocating to Fort Worth, where it plans to further expand its forward-thinking real estate services.
Street has multiple projects currently in-the-works throughout the region, including:
According to Ryan Dodson, whose father, Jerry Dodson, originally founded the firm in 1984, the rebranding effort was driven by the company’s growth, wide variety of projects, and continued expansion of services.
The company originally started as an Arlington-based property manager and developer. Once Ryan joined the company in 2002, it expanded services and established a decades-long track record of successful residential and commercial projects, including notable redevelopment projects in Downtown Arlington such as 404 Border, Block 300, and Urban Union. In the more recent years, the company has become active throughout Fort Worth, including projects in South Main Village, Magnolia Village, The Foundry District, and Clearfork. Dodson’s projects include notable customers such as The Bearded Lady, Nickel City, Salsa Limon, Fort Worth ENT, Fort Worth Locals, Panther City Salon, and more.
Alex Bryant joined the company in 2020 and brought with him years of commercial brokerage experience, where, under the Dodson CRE umbrella, he successfully launched a third-party services team. Bryant’s development experience includes the 2022 completion of the notable Texas Wesleyan student housing project, The Rosedale, which garnered community-wide praise and filled a much-needed demand for modern on-campus student housing at the University.
After joining forces in 2020, Dodson and Bryant ramped up their focus on urban projects with the development of The 701, a 68,000-square-foot mixed-use project in Magnolia Village, w