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.
Nancy K. Dunlap
Vice President and General Counsel
Nancy Dunlap is Vice President and General Counsel of Rosewood Property Company. She is a member of the State Bar of Texas and the Dallas Bar Association. Ms. Dunlap earned her JD from SMU School of Law and received a BA (with Honors) from The University of Texas at Austin.See All Magagement Team
PLANS ANNOUNCED FOR OFFICE AND MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT IN HERITAGE CREEKSIDE
A development venture comprising Patrinely Group and Rosewood Property Company today announced project details for the first phase of office development at Heritage Creekside’s new 72-acre, fully integrated, mixed-use office campus located along President George Bush Turnpike west of 75.Read More
ROSEWOOD PROPERTY COMPANY ACQUIRES FIVE STORAGE FACILITIES
More Than $100 Million in New Storage Facilities Acquired Since Mid-2016 in Multiple MarketsRead More
ROSEWOOD PROPERTY ‘PLANNING FROM THE CREEK OUTWARD,’ AT PLANO’S $1B HERITAGE CREEKSIDE
Rosewood Property Co. President William "Bill" Flaherty says the $1 billion Heritage Creekside mixed-use development will not only be a 2.5 million-square-foot corporate magnet, but a destination driven by the creek the runs through Plano.Read More