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Commercial Real Estate
With nearly 20 years of experience in the Dallas Design District real estate market, Diane Williams has time-tested success as a commercial real estate broker. She founded Diane Williams Commercial Real Estate & Company (DW & Co.) on May 1, 2013.
Diane works closely with clients to determine their needs and requirements and to foster strong landlord-tenant relationships over the long term. She has solid relationships with hundreds of tenants, property owners and buyers.
Evidence of Diane’s success can be seen throughout the Dallas Design District and Bishop Arts District.
Since the start of DW & Co., Diane has handled large redevelopment projects such as 1201 Oak Lawn Ave. She painstakingly chose tenants such as El Bolero Cocina Mexicana, The Tile Shop, Bungalow 5 and GR Home Furnishings to make this location stand out. She is also responsible for new tenants in the District, such as Kitchen Dog Theater at 4774 Algiers St., ROKA Sports at 1405 Turtle Creek Blvd., Buda Juice at 1403 Dragon St., Haas Motorcycle Gallery at 1500 Dragon (Suite B1), Big Ass Fans on Oak Lawn and Taboo Lounge at 1418 Riverfront Blvd. Diane has helped relocate businesses in the area such as Cantera Doors at 1343 Motor Circle, A-1 Locksmith at 1622 Market Center Blvd., Ellouise Abbott at 1025 N. Stemmons Fwy. in the Dallas Design Center and White Glove Storage & Delivery on Wycliff Avenue.
Also, in the Design District, she brought Allan Knight & Associates to the International Design Center at 150 Turtle Creek Blvd. as part of a redevelopment project with 154,000 square feet of leasable space.
In Bishop Arts, Diane worked diligently to get the right mix of retail shops and local restaurants in place, including Hattie’s, Vera Cruz, Espinoza, Chan Thai and Zen Sushi. She also was responsible for bringing in retail tenants, such as Epiphany, Epiphany for Him, Dirt, Indigo 1745, Artisan Collective, Ginger Fox Gallery, Pebble & Pine, The Book Doctor, Shambhalah Soaps, Fetish and Zola’s Vintage Clothing.
Today, Diane’s focus remains in the Dallas Design District, a special purpose district under the PD 621. She continues to work with property owners on redevelopment projects which will revitalize this area to help keep pace with the changing needs of this unique District.
During DW&Co.’s five years of business she has assisted clients in the purchase, sell or lease of almost 1,500,000 square feet of Design District real estate, resulting in nearly 75 million dollars in transactions.
DW&Co. looks forward to continued success representing her clients in the Dallas Design District.