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Herb Weitzman

Herb Weitzman

Weitzman

Herbert D. Weitzman is executive chairman of Weitzman Group. He founded Weitzman Group in 1989. The full-service firm now ranks as the largest retail real estate brokerage force in Texas.

Stories by Herb Weitzman

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Commercial Real Estate

How Parking Requirement Changes Could Benefit DFW’s Retail Market

The elimination of parking minimums could be one of the most significant new drivers in restaurant and other retail development in decades, writes Herb Weitzman.
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Commercial Real Estate

Here’s A Look at Local Retail Market Trends of 2022

Herb Weitzman: Record low development last year means that the region's population and housing growth have caught up to its formerly overbuilt inventory.
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Commercial Real Estate

DFW Expected to Report Lowest Level of New Retail Space in History

Retail real estate guru Herb Weitzman on why the numbers don't reflect development activity.
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Commercial Real Estate

Herb Weitzman: Lessons Learned, Lessons Shared, And Why I Work With Students

Starting a real estate empire from scratch is harder these days, but the Weitzman leader says he wants to share his wisdom with the next generation.
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Commercial Real Estate

The Pandemic and Retail Real Estate: Where Are We Now?

The pandemic created nearly 2 million square feet of vacancy in DFW, says industry expert Herb Weitzman. But are we in a bad place?
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Stories by Herb Weitzman

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Commercial Real Estate

Helping North Texas Retailers Through Tumultuous Times

Herb Weitzman: It's up to all of us in real estate to do what it takes to get our tenants to the other side.
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Commercial Real Estate

CRE Opinion: While E-Commerce Sales Grew, DFW Added 50 Million Square Feet of Retail in 15 Years

Those who focus only on store closings of failed retailers like Toys “R” Us are missing the big picture.
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Business

CRE Opinion: National Retailers’ Expansion Needs Met By Texas Solutions

The appeal of Texas markets can be chalked up to growth in population, housing, and incomes.
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Business

When Omnichannel Retail Isn’t Enough

A local, regional focus may be the answer to saving brick-and-mortar stores.
Commentary

Herb Weitzman: Is It Time to Worry?

I believe what our research for the retail market—and other firms’ research for multifamily, office and industrial—is telling us: our market is in balance.
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