David W. Pemberton
CEO/Chairman of the Board
David Pemberton has over 30 years of real estate experience through leasing, acquisitions, development and dispositions. His focus has always been on retail real estate, which has twice earned him Dallas Business Journal’s Best Redevelopment of Retail Deal Awards in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.
Mr. Pemberton is formerly a Managing Partner of Muse Pemberton, LLC where he provided strength to the pursuit of acquiring value added real estate by fast tracking acquisitions and providing timely responses to the needs of redeveloping and leasing these opportunistic properties.
In May 2003, Mr. Pemberton founded Centcom Realty Corporation and began focusing his time towards the acquisition, redevelopment and leasing of its properties. In August 2003 Centcom acquired a West Texas retail portfolio of six dominant shopping centers totaling approximately 700,000 square feet.
Prior to that Mr. Pemberton founded Tricor Realty Advisors in 1991, merged with UCR in 2002 and created one of the largest third-party shopping center leasing companies in Texas.
While at Tricor, Mr. Pemberton’s primary focus was landlord and project representation where he developed an extensive client list of local, regional and national landlords by emphasizing teamwork, long-term relationships and a commitment to excellence. Some notable clients include Rosewood Corporation, Hunt Properties, JDN Development, Farrell Properties, GRACO, The Ainbinder Company, POB Montgomery, AETNA Life Insurance, Bank of America and Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance.
Mr. Pemberton began his real estate career with First Newport Realty, Inc. /Dunning Development Corporation as a leasing agent specializing in leasing grocery anchored and neighborhood shopping centers. He later became leasing director of the Southwest Region for National Property Analysts, a Philadelphia-based commercial real estate company. In 1989, Mr. Pemberton returned to Dallas and Dunning Development Corporation. He was later one of the original brokers to start United Commercial Realty, Inc., then a division of Dunning Development Corporation.
Early in his career he entered into the political arena serving as a city councilman for the City of Lewisville from 1985 through 1989.
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