Allison

"Allie" Jordan

Associate
500 N. Akard Street, Suite 3800
Dallas, TX 75201-6659

Overview

Allie’s practice focuses on real estate, with respect to representing commercial lenders and developers in the acquisition, disposition, development and leasing of office, industrial and other retail projects. She represents a wide range of clients, from local developers bringing new life to historic properties in Dallas to institutional investors leasing portfolios of properties in Texas and around the country.

By collaborating with her real estate clients, Allie strives to become an extension of the client’s team, working toward achieving both their immediate and long-term real estate goals.

Prior to joining Munsch Hardt, Allie served as a legal intern at the Gladney Center for Adoption.

Education

Admission

  • Memberships

    • 4Word Women
    • International Council of Shopping Centers
    • State Bar of Texas
    • The Real Estate Council (Young Guns Member)

Overview

Allie’s practice focuses on real estate, with respect to representing commercial lenders and developers in the acquisition, disposition, development and leasing of office, industrial and other retail projects. She represents a wide range of clients, from local developers bringing new life to historic properties in Dallas to institutional investors leasing portfolios of properties in Texas and around the country.

By collaborating with her real estate clients, Allie strives to become an extension of the client’s team, working toward achieving both their immediate and long-term real estate goals.

Prior to joining Munsch Hardt, Allie served as a legal intern at the Gladney Center for Adoption.

Experience

  • Office Building Leasing

    Assisted in representing a joint venture in the leasing of approximately one million square feet of office space in Dallas, Texas, as well as the leasing work on an adjacent building.

  • Manufacturing Facility Disposition

    Assisted in representing a New York limited partnership in the sale of a missile and fire control facility. The sale was complicated by a deed of trust, option to purchase, and

  • Historic Tax Credits

    Assisted in representing a European investment group in the $14 MM redevelopment of an 18-story tower at 211 N. Ervay in downtown Dallas, Texas. The

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