The 2002 'A' List: Lincoln Property Company

Sept. 5, 2002
Who's Who in the Buildings Market
Lincoln Property CompanyDallas, TX(214) 740-3300www.lincolnproperty.comFounded in 1965 as a developer/ manager of high-quality residential communities, Lincoln Property successfully expanded its line of products and services to include commercial real estate (urban and suburban office properties, industrial facilities, neighborhood shopping/specialty retail centers, major mixed-use developments, and build-to-suit). According to information from the Dallas office, 4,300 professionals are involved full-time in facilities, which consist of 300 office buildings, totaling 70 million square feet; 26 shopping centers, totaling 5 million square feet; 468 healthcare buildings, totaling 12 million square feet; 103,255 units of multi-family housing, totaling 82.6 million square feet; and 34 industrial buildings, totaling 13 million square feet. Projects under way and expected to be completed this year include 11 commercial projects, totaling 25 million square feet, and 4,602 multi-family housing units, totaling 3.7 million square feet.
[Editors' Note: Without exception, Lincoln is results-oriented: Every project exhibits a focus on strategic location, attention to detail, and aesthetic consideration of the surrounding environment - a promise made by the company that it keeps.]

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