Cushman & Wakefield is pleased to welcome industrial real estate professional Adam Hammack as senior director in the firm’s Dallas-Fort Worth office. He brings 10 years of commercial real estate experience to the role, including six years at CBRE. There, he successfully negotiated more than 200 transactions and advised institutional clients such as Hines, TIAA-CREF, Prologis, Morgan Stanley, TA Realty, Clarion Partners, Colony Capital, and DCT.
Most recently, Hammack was vice president of development for Milhaus in Oklahoma City, where he oversaw development of multifamily and mixed-use projects. He began his career in 2007 as a financial analyst for Trammell Crow Co. in Dallas.
“The chance to help build a top industrial agency leasing team at a market-leading firm is a unique and unmatched opportunity,” Hammack said. “Cushman & Wakefield leads the North Texas market in office agency leasing, and there is a tremendous commitment from the firm’s local and national leadership to match that on the industrial side.”
Hammack earned a bachelor of science degree from Oklahoma State University in 2004 and a master’s of science in community and regional planning from The University of Texas in 2006. He has been named a commercial real estate “Heavy Hitter” numerous times by the Dallas Business Journal, and is active in the Urban Land Institute and other professional and nonprofit organizations.
“We are excited to welcome Adam as a leader in serving our growing client base in North Texas, one of the most significant and dynamic industrial markets in the country,” said Bret Bunnett, executive managing director of Cushman & Wakefield in Dallas. “Adam brings integrity, an exceptional skill set, and a strong desire to serve institutional and private equity clients that own or are investing in industrial assets in the Dallas-Fort Worth region.”
Looking forward to 2017, Hammack expects to see ongoing robust activity. “DFW continues to set records for absorption and new construction,” he said. “It’s an exciting time to work in this market, as national and international tenants and capital flow into the region.”