TRECcast

TRECcast

For 30 years, The Real Estate Council has helped commercial real estate professionals in North Texas stay to both connected the industry and each other. Now we’re breaking ground beyond Dallas-Fort Worth with TRECcast! Get the latest industry news and insights, hear from some of the most influential figures in commercial real estate and stay up to date with all the ways TREC can help you Build The City You’ve Imagined.... Show More

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September 15, 2020 64 min
Today’s episode is a replay of our August 25 Bank of Texas Speaker Series event, “The Sky’s the Limit!” Our virtual panel discussion focused on the innovations and emerging transportation markets that will affect how we design the airports, cities, and infrastructure of the future. --- If you’re listening to us for the first time, please subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast app and follow TREC on social media. -Subscribe ...
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On today’s show, VisitDallas CEO Craig Davis updates the group on the hotel and hospitality industry, labor economist Pia Orrennius of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas details the Dallas Fed’s long-term outlook on the region’s coronavirus recovery, and HKS Architects CEO Dan Noble shares his thoughts on the future of the office environment. If you’re listening to us for the first time, please subscribe to the show on your favori...
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Today's episode is a replay of last month's TREC Talks event with Dr. Eric Anthony Johnson, the new Chief of Economic Development, Housing, and Neighborhood Services for the City of Dallas. --- If you’re listening to us for the first time, please subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast app and follow TREC on social media. -Subscribe via Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/treccast/id1438048995 -Sub...
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Our latest CRE Executive Roundtable features Parkland Hospital President and CEO Dr. Fred Cerise, Andrew Levy of JLL, Alan Shor of The Retail Connection, and Ray Washburne of Charter Holdings. --- If you’re listening to us for the first time, please subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast app and follow TREC on social media. -Subscribe via Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/treccast/id1438048995 -Subscribe...
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Today's episode is with Admiral Patrick M. Walsh, who spoke with TREC's Leadership Alumni members earlier this year. Admiral Walsh has had a distinguished career both in the military and the private sector, including a 34-year naval career in which he most recently served as Commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, which is the largest naval force in the world. --- If you’re listening to us for the first time, please subscribe...
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This episode is replay of our June 30 Public Policy 101 event, "Running for Office," in which our panel of campaign strategists and former candidates delved into their experiences on the campaign trail and offered their advice to those who might someday seek election. Panel: -James Armstrong III, Builders of Hope Community Development Corporation -Glenn Callison, Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr, P.C. -John Hill, campaign str...
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On today's show, TREC's Young Guns chat with Dallas Regional Chamber President and CEO Dale Petroskey about leading our city's business community through the COVID-19 pandemic as well as fascinating career, which has taken him through Capitol Hill, National Geographic, the National Baseball Hall of Fame, and DFW. --- If you’re listening to us for the first time, please subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast app ...
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We have got an absolutely loaded CRE executive roundtable for you today with presentations from • CBRE’s Mike Lafitte on the overall state of commercial real estate development • Vari’s Jason McCann, on how the company adopted new products and technology to protect staff and fortify its offices early on in the COVID-19 pandemic • Balfour Beatty’s Pleas Mitchell, on what to expect from the construction industry for the remainder of ...
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Today’s episode is a recording of last month’s virtual TREC Talks event with DART CEO Gary Thomas about all of the transportation projects going on throughout the city. He also talked about how DART has handled the COVID-19 pandemic and answered questions from TREC members who attended the event. Thomas became DART CEO in 2002 after 19 years as a consulting engineer and has overseen the 700-square-mile transit system that stretche...
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Our CRE executive roundtable returns with updates from John Gates of JLL, Craig Hall of HALL Group, and Jeff Tuthill of Ryan, LLC. They give a look around the commercial real estate industry as COVID-19 cases surge in DFW, delve into the Federal Reserve’s Main Street Lending Program, and analyze the region’s local government response to the pandemic. Subscribe to TRECcast -Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/trec...
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Today's episode is a replay of our June 12 virtual event Together We Heal, a candid conversation about racial inequality in America with Pastor Richie Butler of St. Paul United Methodist Church. Subscribe to TRECcast -Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/treccast/id1438048995 -SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/trecdallas -Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/treccast The Real Estate Council Social Medi...
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Today, we’ll be chatting with Ashly Fletcher and Stan Hart from the nonprofit Bike Friendly South Dallas, which operates in the Forest District neighborhood out of a facility that our 2019 ALC class renovated for their annual service project. The work was done in conjunction with Cornerstone Baptist Church as part of the Dallas Catalyst Project, and last year the We-Cycle Resource Center opened to champion bicycles as a viable fo...
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We’re back with another CRE executive roundtable as our experts from around the region talk about the state of the hotel and coworking sectors and prognosticate the rate at which companies will continue to look at DFW as a prime destination for relocation. Special thanks to Dave Johnson of Aimbridge Hospitality, Tom Sutherland of Cushman & Wakefield, and Mike Rosa from the Dallas Regional Chamber for leading our discussions. ...
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Today’s episode is a conversation we hosted on May 20 between some of the top commercial real estate executives in DFW who have tracked the state of the industry as businesses continue to reopen across the metroplex. The chat was moderated by TREC Chairman Bill Cawley (Cawley Partners) and features Jack Fraker (CBRE), Craig Hall (HALL Group), Michael Dardick (Granite Properties), Ran Holman (Cushman & Wakefield), Frank Mihalop...
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On today’s episode, we chat with Nick Downer of Loveland Technologies, which played a significant role in developing a property-mapping database for TREC Community Fund’s Community Driven Growth project. Read the Community Driven Growth report here: recouncil.com/community-driven-growth-report/ Subscribe to TRECcast -Apple Podcasts: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/trec…st/id1438048995 -SoundCloud: @trecdallas -Stitcher: www.sti...
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May 8, 2020 70 min
On today’s bonus episode of TRECcast, we’re presenting a call we hosted earlier this week with some leading Dallas commercial real estate executives about the state of the industry as the COVID-19 crisis continues. Speaker Timestamps -Joe Griffith, JPMorgan Real Estate Banking – 1:15-11:11 -Mike Geisler, Venture Commercial Real Estate – 11:21-29:40 -Lucy Billingsley, Billingsley Company – 29:42-36:44 -Steve Van Amburgh, KDC – 36:5...
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On today’s episode, we chat with Lisa Neergaard and Lizzie MacWillie from bcWorkshop, a Dallas-based nonprofit community design center that was one of the partners on Community Driven Growth: A Roadmap for Dallas’ Equitable Development. Learn more about Community Driven Growth here: https://recouncil.com/community-fund/community-driven-growth/ Read the Community Driven Growth report here: https://recouncil.com/community-driven-gr...
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Today’s episode is a replay of our April 21 virtual town hall with Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins, who has been at the forefront of Dallas’ response to the COVID-19 crisis. Jenkins spoke with TREC President and CEO Linda McMahon and a group of our members about the steps the county is taking to increase testing and gradually reopen parts of the economy. Due to technical difficulties during the call, we were unable to produce a v...
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On this episode, we break down the 2020 Young Guns Foundation Project to construct the We Creation Innovation Center as part of the Dallas Catalyst Project! We chat with our project managers, Tara Harandi of GFF and Patrick Henning of Brasfield & Gorrie about the partnership with alongside St. Philip's School and Community Center and how the We Creation Innovation Center will help students and Forest District residents. ...
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On this episode, we chat with Grant Thornton's David Meyer and Rina Parikh about the impact of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic on taxes, filings, and other areas of accounting. UPDATE Since this TRECast was recorded the IRS has granted some additional relief. Many of the items noted on the TRECast as not covered by the automatic extension of the April 15 deadline to July 15 have since been added by the IRS in Notice 2020-23. ...
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