The Rosewood Corporation is proud to announce Dallas based non-profit Family Compass is the beneficiary of money raised during its 8th annual charity golf. The organization will receive a gift of more than $30,0000.
Rosewood Private Investments (“RPI”) is pleased to announce the recapitalization of General Informatics (“GI”). Founded in 2001 and headquartered in Baton Rouge, LA, GI is a full-service IT Managed Services Provider (“MSP”), cloud services business, and IT consultancy, which has built a comprehensive suite of services to become one of the region’s leading IT partners to state and local governments, healthcare organizations, educational institutions, and private businesses in the Southeast.
Rosewood Property Company has partnered with CityCentral to bring flex office space, CityCentral Uptown, to Rosewood Court. CityCentral will manage the space and market the new location.
Today, Rosewood Private Investments (“RPI”) is pleased to announce the acquisition of Living Ecology (“LE”) a developer, formulator, and manufacturer of functional foods and nutritional supplements with a specialization in fruit and nutrition bars headquartered in Henderson, Nevada. Products produced by LE are found in leading retailers, including Costco, Whole Foods, and Starbucks. The acquisition will expand RPI’s existing portfolio of research, development, and manufacturing companies in the health and wellness industry into functional foods’ burgeoning market. A growing $9.6 billion category in 2019, consumers are increasingly choosing bars for snacking, meal replacement, energy, and healthy treats.
The Rosewood Foundation is proud to announce it will match the first $25,000 of donations made to support Goodwill Industries of Dallas leading up to North Texas Giving Day. All donations will help fund Goodwill’s job training and placement programs–services desperately needed to help North Texans move forward in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.
ROSEWOOD PROPERTY COMPANY AND TRINSIC RESIDENTIAL GROUP PARTNER TO DEVELOP AUSTIN MULTIFAMILY COMMUNITY
Rosewood Property Company today announced a partnership with Trinsic Residential Group to develop Aura Avery Ranch, a 339-unit multifamily community located in north Austin. This will be Rosewood Property’s first multifamily development in the Texas capital.
Last week, Dallas-based real estate investment company Rosewood Property Co. announced a new lease at its iconic Rosewood Court in Uptown. Law firm Frost Brown Todd will be consolidating two of its offices into a single floor at the building. The lease is more good news for the company, which experienced few hiccups during shelter-in place. Rosewood’s portfolio includes office, industrial, self-storage and multifamily property across the U.S. Moving forward, Rick Perdue, Rosewood’s president, said there will be more opportunities in nearly all of these asset classes, especially in Dallas-Fort Worth.
Rosewood Property Company today announced that Frost Brown Todd (FBT) law firm has consolidated two of its Dallas locations and will now occupy a floor at Rosewood Court in Uptown. “We are thrilled to have one of the top law firms in Mid-America join Rosewood Court,” said Rick Perdue, president of Rosewood Property Company. “As a Class AA property, Rosewood Court provides the stellar amenities and excellent office environment that FBT needs to collaborate and best support their lawyers, staff and clients on a daily basis.”
Executive Perspectives: Rick Perdue Companies that adapt to change during crises will continue to thrive, says the president of Rosewood Property Co
Real estate veteran Rick Perdue was named president of Rosewood Property Co. in 2019 after a career that involved the development, acquisition, disposition, and conversion of thousands of apartment homes valued at more than $1 billion
Rosewood Ranches Partners with the Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival and Local Restaurants to Celebrate First Responders and Healthcare Workers
Rosewood Ranches and the Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival partnered with several well-known Fort Worth restaurants to feed more than 2,000 local first responders and healthcare workers.