Apr 21, 2012 | D Magazine

The Rosewood Corp. has selected Bill Flaherty to oversee its real estate division, Rosewood Property Co. It's a reunion for Flaherty, who served as senior vice president of the firm for six years in the 1980s. Back then he oversaw leasing and marketing of the company's office assets, including its Uptown prize, The Crescent.

Flaherty is also known locally for helping to develop Maguire Partners' sprawling Solana campus in Southlake and Westlake.

"Bill's extensive experience and industry knowledge will help develop and guide the implementation of Rosewood's real estate strategy," said Schuyler Marshall, president of The Rosewood Corp., a private investment concern owned by the Caroline Hunt trust estate.

Flaherty said he's on the hunt for investments and plans to immediately begin sourcing and evaluating opportunities. "Rosewood has a superb opportunity to utilize its resources to build on its outstanding real estate investment portfolio," he said in a statement.

Along with Rosewood Court, an office and retail complex it recently developed in Uptown, Rosewood Property has land holdings along State Highway 190 in Plano, Garland, and Las Colinas.

Prior to joining Rosewood, Flaherty was senior vice president of the Irvine Co., where he oversaw marketing of the company's 475 California office properties. Prior to that he was senior vice president of leasing and marketing for Maguire Partners, a Los Angeles REIT.

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