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Lion Real Estate Relocates HQ from L.A. to Dallas

Lion Real Estate Group, (LREG), a real estate investment and asset management firm, has relocated its corporate headquarters from Los Angeles to Dallas. The firm has taken space at KBS’ 3811 Turtle Creek Blvd., less than five miles from Dallas’ Main Street District, and will retain its Los Angeles office to support West Coast operations.
 
“The decision to relocate our corporate headquarters to Dallas aligns with our strategy of acquiring desirable multifamily assets outside of the urban core, both here in Texas and in other high-growth cities across the Sunbelt and Southeast,” said Jeff Weller, co-founder and managing principal of LREG.

He continued, “We also feel that the move will help us expand our network of family offices and High Net Worth individuals that are seeing the type of bespoke, long-term real estate investment opportunities that we offer on a one-off basis and via our Lion Funds.”


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