Bill Cawley, a Dallas Developer, and Tim Headington, a downtown investor, have been recognized and placed into the pedestal as they have been chosen for the 2022 Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame according to a Dallas Magazine article from December 20 which reports,
“The North Texas Commercial Association of Realtors has revealed its 2022 Hall of Fame Inductees. They are Tim Headington, founder and CEO of Headington Cos., and Bill Cawley, chairman and CEO of Cawley Partners.
The induction will take place at the organization’s 35th annual Hall of Fame event on Wednesday, May 4, 2022, at the Dallas Country Club.
“Our 2022 NTCAR Hall of Fame inductees–Tim Headington and Bill Cawley–are visionary leaders whose extraordinary contributions have improved our communities in remarkable ways,” said Darrell Hurmis, Hall of Fame co-founder and chair of the 2022 program.
The North Texas Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame was launched in 1988 with inaugural inductees Trammell Crow, Lyn Davis, Henry S. Miller Jr., John M. Stemmons Sr., L. Storey Stemmons, and Angus G. Wynne. Honorees for 2021 were Ray L. Hunt of Hunt Consolidated and Leon J. Backes of Provident Realty Advisors, with B. Diane Butler receiving the Michael F. McAuley Lifetime Achievement Award.”
Both Cawley and Headington have dedicated time and effort to further the community with the former creating more refined spaces and the latter investing more to the people and development of Dallas according to a Dallas Morning News article from December 20 which reports,
“Bill Cawley has developed more than 12 million square feet of North Texas office space. His Cawley Partners has built more than $500 million in projects along the Dallas North Tollway in the last five years.
Cawley recently announced plans for two 12-story office towers with more than 600,000 square feet in Frisco.
Dallas businessman Tim Headington began buying up and renovating buildings along downtown Dallas’ Main Street more than 15 years ago. His Headington Cos. was one of the first firms to get behind the program to revitalize Dallas’ old financial district.
Headington Cos. has spent more than a half-billion dollars on downtown projects including the Joule Hotel, CBD Provisions and Forty Five Ten. The company just completed a renovation of the landmark Davis Building on Main Street.
Headington also has assembled more than 10 acres for future development on the northwest side of downtown.”
With them, the property group will also honor David Gleeson, a renowned real estate investor and broker from Texas.