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Ran Holman

Ran Holman

Hines

As vice president of development, Ran Holman heads up North Texas operations for Hines, focusing on the office, industrial, and multifamily sectors. He joined the company in 2011. Holman previously served as founder and principal of Extant Commercial and, prior to that, was vice president of real estate development for Opus West Corp.

Stories by Ran Holman

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Commercial Real Estate

Ran Holman: How COVID Sparked a Rapid Evolution in the Way We Use Office Space

The Newmark exec says the workplace needs to be an environment that feeds and supports connections and relationships.
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Commercial Real Estate

What Dallas Has Learned From Black Swan Events of the Past

The city has been through sudden downturns in the past, says Cushman & Wakefield’s Ran Holman. Here’s why that gives us an edge.
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CRE Opinion

‘Different Changes’ Are Happening in Commercial Real Estate

And Cushman & Wakefield Market Leader Ran Holman explains why that's a good thing.
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Commercial Real Estate

Embracing the Workplace of the Future

Great things are ahead, for those who don't hang on to the past.
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Commercial Real Estate

CRE Opinion: Why this Up Cycle Continues to Defy Gravity

DFW is on its way to becoming the third-largest MSA in the country. This will create vast opportunities in real estate.

Stories by Ran Holman

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Commercial Real Estate

CRE Opinion: The Evolution of Tenant Representation in DFW

Our business at its core is transactional; however, what many clients need before and after that “transaction” has changed.
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Business

Ran Holman: Powerful Connections in DFW Real Estate

How linkage plays an important role in renewing interest in areas like South Dallas and downtown.
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Commercial Real Estate

Ran Holman: Dallas is Growing Up

North Texas has become a legitimate player on all levels of the commercial real estate business.
Uncategorized

Ran Holman: Highway Construction—LBJ Vs. Central

In the 1990s when Central Expressway was reconstructed, the perception of the project and the uncertainty of how it would impact traffic was debilitating. Brokers ran up and down Central in hopes of catching the flight of tenants out. Now we're looking down the barrel of the $2.7 billion, five-year reconstruction of LBJ Freeway. But this project will have a much different impact.
Office

Ran Holman: Why This Office Market Recovery is Different

Most of us who have navigated a cycle or two know that you are in a downturn six months before you realize it, and the same can be said of an upswing. In Texas, the jobs engine chugs along, at a sober, steady pace. And slowly, the large blocks in choice submarkets are vanishing.