DALLAS. KING OF THE SOUTHWEST.
The Dallas Market Office, established in 1994, is responsible for the entire state of Texas. Doug Johnson, who has been with IDI Gazeley for 21 years, leads the team.
Dallas-Fort Worth can claim dual dominance as the Southwest’s chief distribution center and the third largest industrial market in the U.S. Its prime location plays a part: the city is equidistant to the four largest metro areas in North America — New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Mexico City. Five interstate highways converge in Dallas-Fort Worth and the Dallas Metroplex has overnight truck access to more than 50 million people. Two airports serve the area and the city boasts a $100 million state-of-the-art intermodal terminal operated by Union Pacific. Dallas-Fort Worth is home to 12 Fortune 500 headquarters and 6.8 million people and is the fourth-largest metropolitan center in the country.
- MARKETS SERVED
DFW Airport, East Dallas/Mesquite, Northeast Dallas, Great Southwest/Arlington, North Fort Worth/Alliance, Northwest Dallas, South Dallas
- SQUARE FEET DEVELOPED TO DATE
- NUMBER OF BUSINESS PARKS
- 2014 TIAA-CREF Four Diamond Award for Property Management – Pinnacle Inudstrial Center
- 2011 Top Commercial Property Managers – Top 20, Dallas Business Journal
- 2009 Landmark Award – Top 5, Greenspoint Business Center, Houston Business Journal
- 2008 Best Places to Work – Top 10, Dallas Business Journal
- 2007 Best Place to Work – 3rd place, Dallas Business Journal