Roscoe L. Van Zandt III, son of residential realtor Gloria VanZandt, has returned from Denver to assume the role of director ofDunn's commercial investment division. Van Zandt was LandBank'sreal estate manager for acquisitions and development and beforethat he worked in development and investments for CentexDevelopment and Terrabrook.

Van Zandt tells that he has jumpstarted the divisionwith $10 million in exclusive listings from five owners in TarrantCounty and the Mid-Cities. Before the year's out, he plans to havea $30 million-plus sales portfolio. In keeping with Dunn'sexpertise, the thrust will be industrial and office listings. But,Van Zandt emphasizes, there's room for retail "if we can getit."

The game plan will be buy and sell with the new division andlease and manage with the flagship, Dunn Commercial, led by DavidR. Dunn, one of the region's leading industrial deal-makers and ago-to man for the Great Southwest Industrial District. "It's his(David Dunn) reputation that is driving this growth," says theteam's new player.

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