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A longtime North Texas health care organization is moving its headquarters to the Baylor University Medical Center campus in Old East Dallas.
Solender/Hall Negotiates with Catholic Charities to House All Non-Shelter Services for Family Gateway
Family Gateway, which provides stability and life-changing supportive services to children and families affected by homelessness, has increased its capacity to serve more North Texas families through the opening of the new Simmons Family Gateway Resource Center.
Power Women: She Ran Out The Clock In Her Brief TV Career, But Eliza Solender Landed In CRE Right On Time
As president and a broker at Solender/Hall, a commercial real estate consulting company, Eliza Solender is able to bring decades of experience in everything from human resources, university education and real estate to the world of commercial real estate.
When Eliza Solender ’73 got to Emerson College, she found that what she wanted to learn couldn’t be covered by any one major. So she forged her own path.
Eliza Solender heads boutique commercial real estate company Solender/Hall Inc., representing nonprofit organizations and small- to medium-sized companies throughout Dallas-Fort Worth. Since 1991, Solender has been representing clients such as Metrocare Services, Dallas CASA, and the American Institute of Architects’ Dallas chapter.
Eliza Solender of Solender/Hall is proud to announce the selection of their deal with AIA Dallas/Dallas Center for Architecture as the winner for the Neighborhood Impact category of the Best Real Estate Deals in Dallas 2018 Award by the Dallas Business Journal.
Eliza Solender is pleased to be included in D Magazine’s list of Top Commercial Real Estate Brokers in DFW for the year 2018, under the Office Tenant Rep category.
Eliza Solender, president of Solender/Hall, Inc., has been a part of The Family Place’s progress since the earliest days. Recruited to serve on the board by our founder and first board president, Gerry Beer, Eliza became our third board president following Margaret Estes, and served from 1985 to 1987.
Mujeres Banderas III, a long-time real estate partnership comprised primarily of CREW members in Dallas and San Francisco, recently closed on the sale of a 16,000-square-foot warehouse property in Southern Dallas.
“The Real Estate Council’s emphasis on giving back drives Foundation’s philanthropic efforts,” Dallas Morning News, October 18, 2015
The Real Estate Council not only represents over 1,700 real estate professionals and 500 companies throughout North Texas, it also aids local governments and needy individuals and families through its various philanthropic and educational endeavors.