DALLAS, January 28, 2021 – Cushman & Wakefield announced today that the commercial real estate services firm has selected Robbie Baty, Executive Managing Director, to lead the firm’s Office Tenant Representation practice. “Robbie has evolved into a leader within the Dallas office, distinguishing himself as one of Cushman & Wakefield’s top-producing brokers annually,” said John O’Neill, President of Cushman & Wakefield’s Central Region. “As a mentor for emerging brokers within the firm, Robbie has shown commitment to supporting growth of next generation talent. His passion, transparency and positive attitude make him the right choice for this important position.” Within Cushman & Wakefield, Baty has been consistently recognized as a top producer and received many accolades including the firm’s Deal of the Year award, Emerging Broker of the Year award and Client Service award. Within the industry, Baty has received the NAIOP North Texas Office Broker of the Year award; Dallas Business Journal’s “40 Under 40” award, “Top Brokers” award and “Rookie of the Year” award; and Bisnow’s “35 Under 35” award. Baty has been included on the D CEO Power Broker list from 2013 to 2020. “I am honored to lead our Office Tenant Representation team,” Baty said. “With many companies and people relocating to Dallas, all eyes are on the city as a commercial real estate hub, and we are well poised to capitalize on that momentum. I look forward to building a best-in-class culture of collaboration, enhancing our team members growth within the organization and recruiting high performers to grow our team.” Baty has 16 years of office tenant representation experience, specializing in helping clients with their headquarters strategies, which include site selection, build to suits, negotiations of municipal incentives, building leases and purchases. A top achievement in 2020 included serving as a leader of a team that orchestrated four separate transactions with 12 different companies to move Denbury’s headquarters into 104,841 square feet at Legacy Union One. Additionally, two client build-to-suits spearheaded by Baty broke ground in 2020: PGA of America’s new 106,000-square-foot headquarters building in Frisco, Texas, and Transplace’s 150,000-square-foot Center of Excellence in Rogers, Arkansas. Baty works with multiple non-profit organizations, including Big Brothers Big Sisters, where he has been a Big Brother to his Little Brother, Dameon, for the last 12 years and is a former board member. His community involvement also includes serving on the Executive Committee of the Alumni Board for his alma mater, St. Mark’s School of Texas; 12 years of active involvement with the Touchdown Club, which benefits Rise School of Dallas for children with developmental delays; and regularly volunteers to deliver Meals On Wheels. He is also a member of the Cotton Bowl Council for the Cotton Bowl Athletic Association, recently serving with the organization at the AT&T Stadium food drive that fed over 9,000 families.