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Eastdil Hires Elizabeth Malone as Director

Eastdil Secured has hired Elizabeth Malone as director in its Dallas office. Malone’s hiring brings the total number of transaction professionals in the firm’s Dallas office to 15 across the office, multifamily, and industrial sale, joint venture, and financing business.

“As our Sunbelt footprint continues to be a focus for our firm, Elizabeth brings invaluable expertise and insights to our already exceptional team in the region,” said D. Michael Van Konynenburg, president of Eastdil Secured.

Malone currently works with Crow Holdings and is responsible for leasing and asset management of the Crow family’s office assets. Prior to Crow Holdings, she held a number of positions with increasing responsibility at HFF, most recently serving as a director for office sales in the Southwest, with a focus on the Texas market.

Over the course of her career, Malone has been involved in more than $10 billion of commercial real estate transactions.

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