Mohr Partners Appoints Kurt North Managing Director in Dallas Office

February 20th, 2013  |  Press Releases

Kurt NorthMohr Partners, a global corporate real estate advisor, has appointed Kurt North as a Managing Director in its Dallas, TX corporate office. Mr. North brings over 15 years of experience providing development, management, leasing and client services in office, healthcare, industrial and mixed-use properties.

Before joining Mohr Partners, Mr. North was President of North Pointe Commercial Realty Services, LLC for over a decade, where he provided market expertise and deal experience to hundreds of clients locally and nationally.

Prior to founding North Pointe Commercial Realty, Mr. North spent six years with the Trammell Crow Company. During that time he worked with the DFW development group on roughly $200 million of new construction around the Dallas area. In 2001, when he left Trammel Crow, he was involved in the leasing and marketing of over 2 million square feet of office property located mostly in the North Dallas area.  During his time at Trammell Crow he partnered with a number of institutional clients and Fortune 500 companies with great success.

Mr. North was a consultant with Coopers and Lybrand prior to joining Trammel Crow.  He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration Finance & Accounting from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, and has over 100 hours of continuing profession education.

“We are pleased to announce the appointment of Kurt North as a Managing Director in our Dallas office,” said Ted Fredericks, President of Mohr Partners. “He brings a wealth of knowledge of the Dallas real estate market and a strong reputation for exceptional client service. We are thrilled to have him on board.”

“I am excited to join Mohr Partners,” said North. “I was very impressed with the Mohr model and their full complement of consulting and advisory services to corporate clients throughout DFW as well as nationally.  I look forward to adding my expertise to the Mohr team.”