Success Stories

Matthew Otte helped 2 clients sell their properties – 4,265 SF on Riverfront Boulevard in Dallas & 3,324 SF in North Richland Hills.

Grant Pruitt, Jade Scott & David Harris negotiated 2 HQ relocations, 45,410 SF for Pilot Thomas Logistics in Grapevine and 2,024 SF for Valukoda in North Dallas.

Grant Pruitt, Jade Scott & Brendan Zrowka closed 100,313 SF of industrial leases for City Electric Supply in Charlotte & Las Vegas.

David Harris, Jade Scott & Brendan Zrowka negotiated and closed 9 new branches for Gateway First Bank, totaling over 26,000 SF in 10 cities across 7 states.

Ben Crancer & Jade Scott helped locate Entrust a 2,609 SF Tenant at Adolphus Tower.

Sean Smith brokered his first building sale/leaseback for Texas Adventure Powersports, an 11,544 SF showroom in Richardson with Grant Pruitt & Jade Scott.

Brendan Zrowka & Grant Pruitt found The TOT Baby Corporation find a new 3,650 SF home in the design district.

David Harris helped Dallas uptown client Will Reed sublease their 2,558 SF office.

Grant Pruitt, Jade Scott & Brendan Zrowka negotiated a buyout for Insight Software’s 3,484 SF office lease in San Mateo, CA.

David Harris and Jade Scott secured a 1,842 SF office for Taylor Counseling Group in Waco, TX.

Media Highlight: The Wall Street Journal

This month, Whitebox was honored to have Grant Pruitt, Co-founder and CEO, interviewed by The Wall Street Journal’s very own Ruth Simon. Ruth spoke with the most influential businesses in the US that represented the small business sector and asked them advice on how they were managing during the pandemic. 

One question that Ruth asked was about reopening. Grant Pruitt was quoted on his reopening protocol. 

“The protocol is you must wear a mask everywhere unless you are actually putting your food in your mouth in the breakroom,” Whitebox President Grant Pruitt said. Workers will return to dining at their desks or in their cars if they abuse the privilege, he added.

Mr. Pruitt said the company is monitoring the rise in cases daily. “We do have to be nimble,” he said. “It’s part of the reason why we haven’t mandated going back to the office” and instead are allowing employees to come in as they see fit.