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A new shingle.

A New Shingle

You may have read that the Trammel Crow Company of Dallas held a partner's meeting last week and voted on some major changes. Coincidentally, Crow's Little Rock office closed Dec. 31.

"The two are indirectly related," says Mark Bentley who was Crow's managing partner here.

Newly formed IBR Management is taking up the slack. The group, officially started in October 1990, consists of Jim Irwin, formerly of the Hathaway Group, and former Crow employees Bentley and Tom Rystrom.

Bentley says, "We're excited because not only have we taken over the management and leasing of the Crow properties, we've added some of our own." Crow properties include the Village at Pleasant Valley and First Little Rock Plaza.

He adds, "It's been a smooth transition for the tenants because they are still dealing with familiar faces. It's been good for everybody, and Crow's been supportive."
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Title Annotation:new management group of Trammel Crow Co.'s real properties
Publication:Arkansas Business
Date:Jan 21, 1991
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