As Senior Vice President of Investments, Marijke Lantz is responsible for the acquisition of office, industrial, multi-family, retail and land to grow the Billingsley Company’s real estate portfolio.
Ms. Lantz has 25 years of experience in commercial real estate including asset management from acquisition to disposition. Before joining Billingsley, she was Senior Vice President and Acquisitions Officer at Valencia Capital Management and prior to that Managing Director responsible for the Asset Services Group for Cushman & Wakefield in Dallas. This role included property management, project leasing and facility management for more than 19 million square feet with properties located throughout the U.S.
Prior to her time with Cushman & Wakefield, Ms. Lantz was a Vice President to the Archon Group (a Goldman Sachs Company) and was responsible for the overall operations of the commercial asset management group and dispositions over $2 billion. This included more than 180 commercial assets located throughout the United States total over 32 million square feet.
Ms. Lantz earned her Bachelor of Arts from Western State College in 1982. She graduated with honors from the University of Dallas with a Masters of Business Administration in 1985.
Did you Know?
Marijke’s favorite Downtown destination is CityLights at Main Street Garden, during the holiday season. It’s beautiful!
Marijke is passionate about Downtown because the Downtown is full of vibrancy wherever you look.
Marijke’s favorite Downtown memory is taking my girls on a tour of the Arts District. We began our day by going up to my office where we had a perfect view of where we were to tour. It was a beautiful day. We enjoyed lunch in the plaza and our afternoon at the Dallas Museum of Art. To wrap up the day, we stopped by the Cathedral and it was truly inspiring seeing such a beautiful church.
Marijke supports Downtown Dallas, Inc. because it is exciting to be part of an organization that has such impact. I look forward to working together with the Board to make changes that will bring more of a sense of community to our great City.