Cushman & Wakefield Expands Dallas Team

Adam Hammack brings more than a decade of commercial real estate experience to the role, including six years at CBRE.
Adam Hammack

Adam Hammack

Dallas—Adam Hammack has joined Cushman & Wakefield’s Dallas-Fort Worth office as a senior director. He brings more than a decade of commercial real estate experience to the role, including six years at CBRE, negotiating more than 200 transactions and advising institutional clients such as Hines, TIAA-CREF, Prologis, Morgan Stanley, TA Realty, Clarion Partners, Colony Capital and DCT.

“We are excited to welcome Adam as a leader in serving our growing client base in North Texas, one of the most significant and dynamic industrial markets in the country…Adam brings integrity, an exceptional skill set and a strong desire to serve institutional and private equity clients that own or are investing in industrial assets in the Dallas-Fort Worth region,” Bret Bunnett, executive managing director of Cushman & Wakefield in Dallas, said in a statement.

Hammack has a Bachelor of Science Degree from Oklahoma State University and a Master’s of Science in community and regional planning from The University of Texas. He has been named a commercial real estate “Heavy Hitter” numerous times by the Dallas Business Journal, and is active in the Urban Land Institute and other professional and nonprofit organizations.

“Cushman & Wakefield leads the North Texas market in office agency leasing, and there is a tremendous commitment from the firm’s local and national leadership to match that on the industrial side,” Hammack said in prepared remarks.

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