PRESS RELEASE: The Woodmont Company Grows Brokerage Team In Texas

FORT WORTH, Texas– Looking to satisfy the needs of its growing client base, The Woodmont Company, a national retail real estate company specializing in brokerage, development and property management, has hired four new brokers to its team.  The additions include:

  • Jacob Cox:  Hired as Vice President, Cox specializes in landlord representation and tenant representation.  Cox previously held real estate positions with Cushman & Wakefield and Colliers International.
  • Erik Coslik:  Rejoining as Vice President, Coslik specializes in landlord leasing of existing projects and new developments.
  • Randy Bell:  Hired as an Associate, Bell specializes investment property sales.
  • Jordon Gronholz:  Hired as an Associate, Gronholz specializes in in landlord representation and tenant representation.

"The retail industry continues to rebound and thrive amidst this challenging economy, " said Stephen Coslik, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Woodmont Company.  "We are excited to add talented professionals to our brokerage team in order to provide superior results to our clients."

About The Woodmont Company

Founded in 1980, The Woodmont Company is a full-service commercial real estate company headquartered in Dallas/Fort Worth Texas.   The Woodmont Company specializes in retail real estate and has expertise in ground-up development, redevelopment, asset management, property management, investment sales, marketing and leasing of regional malls, outlet centers, power centers, community centers, lifestyle centers, neighborhood centers and specialty centers.  The Woodmont Company has developed more than 15 million square feet of retail real estate throughout the United States with a value of more than $4 billion and currently owns, manages and/or leases more than 15 million square feet of shopping centers, including third party management and leasing for institutional clients, realty advisors and private investors.  For more information, please visit

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