TERRENCE MAIDENA passion for the business best describes Terrence Maiden. With over a decade of experience in the industry, Terrence Maiden has poured his energy, creativity and expertise into the development /project leasing of over three-million square feet of retail...
A passion for the business best describes Terrence Maiden. With over a decade of experience in the industry, Terrence has poured his energy, creativity and expertise into the development /project leasing of over three-million square feet of retail. As a key team member of Corinth Properties, he is at the forefront at implementing the growth of the company as a real estate owner and developer. Terrence also serves as Managing Partner at The Nediam Company, a privately held capital venture/asset holdings firm based in Dallas.
Terrence Maiden began his real estate career with The Woodmont Company, spending several years project leasing a portfolio of power centers. He subsequently worked within corporate real estate at a couple of well recognized companies, Panda Restaurant Group (Panda Express) and Panera, LLC (Panera Bread/Paradise Bakery). During Terrence’s three-year tenure with Panda, he was the top producer, accounting for over 50 restaurant openings. He was also the recipient of the 2004 Panda IMPACT Award and 2005 Most Store Openings Award. Additionally, Terrence Maiden served as the Director of Real Estate for Panera LLC, managing Panera’s real estate development efforts for the central United States, including 11 states.
At Corinth Properties, Terrence Maiden is widely regarded for his keen knowledge of the retail real estate market. His most notable project includes Glen Oaks Crossing [Super Walmart anchored development], which has received many awards, including D CEO’s 2015 Commercial Real Estate Award for its community impact. Maiden’s other development projects would include the redevelopment of Southwest Center Mall [formerly Red Bird Mall], The Canyon in Oak Cliff [30 acre mix-use development], Red Oak Crossings [Super Walmart], Alexan West Dallas [urban mix-use development], and many others.
Terrence Maiden earned a degree from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth and was a standout football player for the Horned Frogs, along with his identical twin brother, Tim Maiden. He actively serves in leadership for several professional and civic organizations in Dallas and Fort Worth, including Real Estate Council, Urban Land Institute, Texas Christian University, International Council of Shopping Centers Foundation, Dallas Black Dance Theater, CAAPCO (Coalition of African American Companies and Community Organizations), Dallas Education Foundation, Marcus Graham Project, and many more.
In 2005, Terrence Maiden co-founded Two-Wins Foundation (www.two-wins.org) with twin brother Tim. Two-Wins Foundations is a non-profit organization that invests thousands of dollars into inner communities through educational and community revitalization programs.
• 2016 Power Broker by D Magazine
• 2016 Top 40 Retail Real Estate Professional – Real Estate Forum
• 2016 Excellence In Leadership Award – Dallas Coaches Association
• 2015 D CEO POWER BROKER (D Magazine)
• Cadillac’s Shaping DFW (WFAA)
• 2014 D CEO POWER BROKER (D Magazine)
• 2014 TOMORROW LEADERS – TEXAS (Real Estate Forum)
• FORTY UNDER FORTY (Dallas Business Journal)
• 2013 POWER BROKER (D Magazine)
• 2013 THOMAS L HOUSTON AWARD (Dallas Black Chamber)
• 2012 POWER BROKER (D Magazine)
• 2011 ONE MAN DALLAS
• 2009 MINORITY BUSINESS LEADER AWARD (Dallas Business Journal)
• 2008 TOP PRODUCER (Panera Bread)