on September 22, 2011 / by Downtown Dallas Inc. / in Blog Posts, DDI News

As Executive Managing Director, Principal, Greg Biggs has the responsibility for co-leading the Tenant Representative Services Practice Group in Dallas. In addition to business development, Greg plays an active role in developing and implementing negotiating strategies for clients including law firms and corporations creating operating cost reduction to increase bottom line profits to partners and shareholders.

Greg is a recognized market leader and has been involved in Dallas real estate for 26 years and has directed some of the largest real estate transactions in the Dallas area, including the recent build-to-suites and relocations of Encana Oil & Gas (USA), Computer Associates and Patton Boggs LLP; lease negotiations for Atmos Energy, American Airlines, DeGolyer and MacNaughton and Gensler.  In addition to the relocation of Patton Boggs, Greg has represented Baker Botts LLP, Fulbright & Jaworski LLP, Andrews Kurth LLP and Sidley Austin LLP. Greg’s expertise lies in structuring complex build-to-suites, lease negotiations, acquisitions and dispositions for office properties.

Prior to joining Cassidy Turley, Greg was an Executive Director at Cushman & Wakefield of Texas. Greg has been recognized for the following:

Did you know?
Greg’s favorite Downtown destination is The Arts District. It has and will continue to bring class and prestige to the city of Dallas.
Greg is passionate of Downtown because it is the Central BUSINESS District.  It is “our” business past and future.
Greg’s fondest Downtown memory was back in 1996, when his oldest son asked “Dad, what’s your job”.  The next Saturday they visited the sky lobby of Chase Tower.  As they walked the lobby, Greg explained how the tenant representation business worked.  Since he was only 8, his interest in Greg’s “job” evaporated quickly but a walk across the street to ice skate saved the afternoon for both of them.
Greg supports Downtown Dallas, Inc. because it represents a concerted effort to improve the Dallas CBD.  To attract business to the core of our city, Greg says we must support the organization that is focused on making downtown a desired business and personal destination.

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