For 30 years, Rosewood Property Company has been synonymous with unsurpassed excellence in development, investment and operation of institutional quality real estate. Rosewood Property Company specializes in numerous and varied property interests, such as Land, Multi-family, Storage, Office, and Industrial.
Rosewood Property Company (RPC) is the Dallas-based real estate investment vehicle for The Rosewood Corporation, which is wholly owned by the Caroline Hunt Trust Estate. RPC has been involved in the development, investment and operation of institutional quality real estate for over 30 years. In addition to numerous and varied property interests, RPC is the visionary force behind the transformation of Uptown Dallas into a vibrant and highly successful urban epicenter.
RPC proudly carries on in the tradition of excellence inherent in each of The Rosewood Corporation's subsidiaries and furthers the exceptional legacy of the Caroline Hunt Trust Estate.
Greg W. Bates
Senior Vice President
Greg Bates is Senior Vice President for Rosewood Property Company and a member of The Rosewood Corporation's Investment Committee. Mr. Bates joined Rosewood in 2003. Prior to Rosewood, he worked for American Airlines, where he held a number of increasingly responsible financial positions. Mr. Bates earned an MBA and BBA from The University of Texas at Austin.
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