HFF Appoints New Managing Director in Dallas

Veteran transaction professional Adam Herrin moves up the ladder at HFF.

DallasHFF recently promoted one of its veteran transaction professionals to managing director. Adam Herrin will be in charge of the Dallas industrial investment sales group.

Adam Herrin, Managing Director at HFF

Adam Herrin, Managing Director at HFF

Herrin has more than 10 years of experience in commercial real estate finance and sales. He has been primarily responsible for originating individual and portfolio debt and equity transactions throughout the United States. During his tenure, Herrin has been involved in more than $4 billion in commercial real estate transactions, specializing in institutional-grade assets and developments.

“Adam has a long-term track record with HFF, an embedded sense for our culture and values and has proven himself to be a great teammate through his nearly 10 years with the firm,” said in prepared remarks Andrew Levy, co-head of HFF’s Dallas office. “We are excited to promote from within for this role, assuring a seamless transition for the team and for our clients.”

Herrin is a member of Urban Land Institute, as well as the Real Estate Council and is an active Cotton Bowl Board Member, Community PID Board Member and Rice University Alumni Association member.