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Terrence Maiden

Terrence Maiden

Corinth Properties

Terrence Maiden is executive vice president-development for Corinth Properties. He also serves as managing partner and CEO of The Nediam Co., a development and investment firm he co-founded with his twin brother. Prior to that, Maiden worked for The Woodmont Co. then held executive corporate real estate posts at both Panda Restaurant Group (Panda Express) and Panera LLC (Panera Bread/Paradise Bakery).

Stories by Terrence Maiden

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Commercial Real Estate

The Food Desert in Southern Dallas Persists

Store closures in the region exacerbates the problem of providing residents with affordable and convenient grocery options.
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Commercial Real Estate

CRE Opinion: A Glimpse of the Sun Peeking through the Forest

Despite its current conditions, South Dallas remains a community of rich history and great hope for the future.
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Business

CRE Opinion: Yesterday’s Grocery Store Reimagined

Today’s consumers are in favor of smaller stores and simplified experiences when shopping for groceries.
Retail

Terrence Maiden: Trading in Uptown For Hillside

The city of Cedar Hill has recently been plagued with a number of large retail box vacancies. Hopefully, the rebranding and renovation of Hillside Village will help generate activity in the region.
Downtown Dallas

Terrence Maiden: Just The Luck Dallas Needs

When completed in 2017, the Horseshoe Project will revitalize the I-30 and I-35 corridors through the city and replace the series of bridges that carry traffic across the Trinity River.

Stories by Terrence Maiden

Retail

Terrence Maiden: The Long-Awaited ‘Quik’ Change for Southern Dallas

If you commute through southern Dallas, you will soon begin seeing a few new QuikTrip signs going up. Known for its well-operated convenience stores and fuel centers, the Tulsa, Okla.-based company plans to open three new locations in the area over the next several months.
Retail

Terrence Maiden: Another Grocery Coming South—Duncanville Welcomes WinCo

WinCo Grocery is adding a new store in Duncanville at Highway 67 and Cockrell Hill. A Western grocery chain with about 100 stores, WinCo has a business model that allows for slightly lower prices than other grocery competitors.
Southern Dallas

Terrence Maiden: Collaborating to Create Impact

Real estate often creates opportunities to make a real difference. Such is the case of an innovative project happening at St. Philip's School and Community Center, located at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave in southern Dallas.
Southern Dallas

Terrence Maiden: Southern Dallas is Getting into the Swing of Things

The City of Dallas, AT&T Inc., and Southern Methodist University announced late last year a plan to develop a 400-acre championship golf development on an old landfill site east of Interstate 45 and Loop 12 in southern Dallas. Trinity Forest Golf Course is expected to cost between $20 million to $60 million.
Southern Dallas

Terrence Maiden: Using What We Have

Oftentimes, especially within lower income communities, basic physical needs must be met before people can move beyond their present circumstances and take action that will improve their futures. Real estate can be utilized as a vehicle to make a profound difference.