Courtesy of BH Properties
Brady Wilkins of BH Properties
Los Angeles real estate investment firm BH Properties has opened a Houston-based office for its central and south Texas office, industrial and retail properties.
The Houston office will be led by senior asset manager Brady Wilkins, former senior vice president of investment and development at Midway Cos. and, prior to that, Senior Vice President of the Commercial Division of Signorelli Co.
“Brady’s experience, extensive relationships and knowledge of the Central and South Texas real estate markets will be extremely valuable as we continue to grow our portfolio in Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Laredo and the Rio Grande Valley.” , said Jim Brooks, president of BH Properties. in one release. “It was becoming increasingly difficult to manage a geographically diverse portfolio from our Dallas office.”
The company says it owns 2 million square feet of its properties in central and south Texas, with a total of 10 million square feet in 19 states. He’s invested $100 million over the past two years, he says.
“I intend to leverage my experience in a full range of transaction types and strong working relationships with a wide variety of stakeholders, consultants, contractors and community members, to increase the value of our portfolio and grow our presence in the Central and South Texas markets,” Wilkins said in a statement.
The firm also has an office in Dallas, led by senior asset manager Jordan Myller, who oversees the rest of its Texas portfolio, primarily in North Texas.
BH Properties announced the acquisition of a vacant 128K SF office in Katy last month. The company said it would lightly renovate this property.
BH Properties has some Rio Grande Valley properties in its South Texas portfolio, including a 103K SF building at Valle Vista Mall in Harlingen that was once a Dillard.