Eric Beichler, Managing Principal in Mohr Partners’ Dallas Office, Featured Speaker at NAIOP Tulsa Chapter Breakfast

March 13th, 2015  |  Press Releases

Eric Beichler NAIOPMohr Partners, a global corporate real estate advisor, announces that Eric Beichler, Managing Principal in Mohr’s Dallas office, was a featured speaker at the NAIOP Tulsa chapter breakfast on February 25 at the Marriott Tulsa Hotel Southern Hills.

Mr. Beichler made recommendations regarding building additional space and enhancing economic incentive packages to attract new development in the Tulsa market. He highlighted Tulsa’s close proximity to Dallas-Fort Worth, along with pricing and lifestyle advantages that could entice chief financial officers and other C-suite executives in making real estate decisions.

“There are arguably three or four markets, let alone states, that really feel the pain right now,” he said. “I can tell you North Texas is not one of them. We can’t build it quick enough, and every industrial facility gets eaten up as soon as it’s built.”

Mr. Beichler said that changing transportation models make Tulsa’s location economically viable, and that Tulsa needs more national exposure to showcase its attractiveness as a hub connection. “Take advantage of where you are, relative to this region, from a distribution point,” Mr. Beichler said. “I think the state of Oklahoma does an incredible job at being aggressive and being very proactive at bringing people to the state.”

“I don’t think you have to wait,” Mr. Beichler added. “Just don’t miss the window. There’s a lot going on that is not going to slow down.”

Mr. Beichler joined Mohr Partners over 22 years ago and was promoted to Managing Partner in 1998. As an Equity Partner, Principal and Executive of the firm, he has been instrumental in many areas of the company as it has experienced substantial growth through recruiting, client sourcing and retention. Mr. Beichler was recognized as Mohr Partners’ Broker of the Year in 1997 and 2002, and Partner of the Year in 2005.

Throughout his tenure, Mr. Beichler has represented many organizations with their strategic portfolio planning and overall occupancy cost reductions including specific transactions such as dispositions, leasing, buy outs, investment sales and sale-leasebacks. He has also held both operational and managerial positions within the firm from time to time.  Mr. Beichler was originally instrumental for developing Mohr Partners’ global reach.

Since 1967, NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, has become the leading organization for developers, owners and investors of office, industrial, retail and mixed-use real estate. NAIOP comprises 15,000+ members and provides strong advocacy, education and business opportunities through a powerful North American network.