Weitzman hires key executive to grow its investment property operations – The Dallas Morning News

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Weitzman has operations across Texas' major markets.

Dallas-based retail real estate firm Weitzman is expanding its investment property operations.

The regional real estate firm has hired Tim Baker as its new executive vice president and managing director of acquisitions.

Baker, previously an officer with Pittsburgh-based grocery retailer Giant Eagle, will be charged with retail and commercial real estate acquisitions statewide. He also worked with grocer Albertsons, Safeway and Walmart on deal sourcing, property acquisitions, asset management and disposition.

We have developed a substantial group of investors looking to place capital in retail real estate with us, and we are also in dialogue with several institutional groups, Weitzman president and CEO Marshall Mills said in a statement. We continue to target two main buckets of deals: grocery-anchored centers and well-located, shadow-anchored neighborhood strip centers.

Baker will collaborate with Ryan Stempf, Weitzmans chief investment relations officer.

Founded in 1989, Weitzman has a team of about 250 commercial property professionals working in Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin, Houston and San Antonio.

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