In The News
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.
“Women in Business 2015: Eliza Solender, President, Solender/Hall Inc.” Dallas Business Journal, August 28, 2015
From transforming a former bowling alley into the Dallas Children’s Theater, a doctor’s office into one of Dallas’ top-rated restaurants and a church publication’s office into the SPCA’s new home, Eliza Solender has helped shape the face of North Texas.
Mi Escuelita Preschool recently purchased the former Chapel Hills Presbyterian Church property at 10210 Webb Chapel Road in Dallas.
Named a Top Contributor “The Millionaire Broker in the Office Next Door by Eliza Solender” Christine Perez, D Real Estate Annual 2015
A lot of savvy commercial real estate brokers have very quietly amassed a lot of personal money. But how did they do it?
Solender/Hall prez Eliza Solender is known for repping
non-profit orgs in all of their real estate needs.
Solender/Hall Completes Sale of Unity Church of Dallas Land for New Gated Upscale Community on Forest Lane June 19, 2014
Representing the Unity Church of Dallas, Eliza Solender and Gary Scott of Solender/Hall announced that they have completed the sale
of a 3.8537-acre site on Forest Lane to CADG Forest Lane 18, LLC, under a contract with Charles Hicks of Hicks III Investments.
Lifenet Texas, a local nonprofit that helps rebuild the lives of people in need, has purchased its current 18,000-square-foot building along with three adjacent buildings so that it can increase services in the Lake Highlands area.