Frank joined Capital Associates in 1986 as an Associate Partner. He is responsible for brokerage and project administration, and contributes to the development of new ventures. In addition, he serves as the local asset manager for the Two Hannover Square complex in downtown Raleigh. He is also active in the Washington, DC and Northern Virginia markets.
Frank's experience includes the development and direct responsibility of more than 3,000,000 square feet of office and warehouse space and brokerage transaction values in excess of $200 million. Before joining Capital Associates, he served as Vice President and Office Development Partner for Southland Investment Properties, Inc. in Dallas, Texas. In this capacity, Frank developed several buildings in the Las Colinas area, the largest of which is The Towers at Williams Square, a $220 million office and retail complex.
Frank has negotiated loans of more than $400 million with all the major banks in our area as well as many permanent lenders. These lending relationships include Principal Financial Group, TIAA (Teachers Insurance & Annuity Association), and the Prudential Life Insurance Company. Other partnership relationships include the Church of England, Assurant Asset Management, Medical Mutual Group, Richardson Corporation and BNE Land & Development. In addition to his developer responsibilities, Frank's brokerage clients include Eaton, Misys Healthcare Systems (formerly Medic Computer Systems), Motorola, Federal Express, American Airlines, McDonalds, Nationwide Insurance Company, Caterpillar, and a number of smaller companies.
At present, Frank is a board member of Capital City Club. He is the past Chairman of the Downtown Raleigh Alliance and past Co-Chairman of The City of Raleigh's Downtown Long Term Strategic Plan, Livable Streets. Since he has been in Raleigh, Frank has served as the president of the Research Triangle Park chapter of NAIOP (National Association of Industrial and Office Properties), served on the board of the Triangle Area Building Owners Association, Vice Chairman of the City of Raleigh Appearance Commission, and on the building committees of White Memorial Presbyterian Church and the Carolina Country Club. In Dallas, he served on the board of The 500, Inc., an arts fund raising group, and the Dallas Opera. Frank and his family are members of White Memorial Presbyterian Church where he serves as an Elder.
While working in Dallas, Frank received his M.B.A. from the University of Dallas. He received his B.A. in Finance from the University of Texas in Austin. Frank holds real estate brokerage licenses in North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, and Georgia.