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As a Co-founding and Managing Principal of Endeavor Real Estate Group, Kirk’s focus is on acquisitions and development opportunities. Kirk has executed office building acquisitions totaling in excess of 2.5 million square feet, including the former IBM campus, now called The Domain. He has been responsible for raising equity for a number of Endeavor projects, leading the disposition of the firm's retail portfolio in 2004 and negotiating public/private partnerships with the City of Austin, Travis County, the City of Cedar Park and the City of Round Rock for various Endeavor projects. Kirk now spends most of his time overseeing the development of The Domain Retail District (Phase III) is the next phase of the Domain that will have over 620,000 square feet of retail anchored by a 123,000 square foot Nordstrom department store and a 50,000 square foot Restoration Hardware, as well as 125,000 square feet of office, and 563 apartment units.
Prior to being a Co-founder of Endeavor, Kirk was the City Leader for Trammell Crow Company-Austin and was responsible for the overall performance of the Austin business unit. This business unit included 180 employees and over 10 million square feet of office, industrial and retail space. Additionally, Kirk was in the Top 40 Producer Club for Trammell Crow Company from 1995 to 1998, including being the Number One producer in the nation for the company in 1997.
Education & Credentials
The University of Texas at Austin, M.B.A., Marketing and Accounting, 1986
The University of Texas at Austin, B.B.A., Finance, 1983
Professional/Community InvolvementKirk was the 2002 President of the Real Estate Council of Austin (RECA) and has served on the Board of Directors of: the RECA Good Government PAC, the RECA Business Issues PAC, Hill Country Conservancy, Vision 2010, Central Texas Regional Planning Process, Long Center, Austin Area Urban League and the Jewish Community Association of Austin. He is currently serving on the Boards of the Greater Austin Economic Development Corporation (Opportunity Austin), the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce, the Austin American Israel Public Affairs Committee and the Austin Anti-Defamation League.