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Aly Christensen


214.526.3626 ext. 138
TREC #621436

About Aly Christensen

Aly works with the Davidson Bogel Real Estate division focusing on retail properties, pad sites, and tenant representation throughout north Texas, east Texas, and the state of Oklahoma. She has become a trusted advisor within the retail segment because of her industry experience. Aly uses her extensive knowledge of the marketplace to create successful strategies for clients ranging from tenant representation, merchandising of ground-up developments, and pad sites.

Her previous experience includes creating and executing high-volume market plans for clients such as Starbucks, Chipotle, Potbelly, AIO wireless, and Fuzzy’s Tacos. She also represented other clients such as Rustic Cuff, Bravo/Brio Concepts, chef Matt McAllister, Insomnia Cookies, Paint Nail Bar, Chinnaholic, and Super Chix. Her knowledge of the marketplace makes her an ideal strategic partner for clients looking to expand their business quickly, enter new markets or negotiate and execute multiple real estate transactions while creating a pipeline. Aly has closed more than 300 deals for clients while at CBRE and The Weitzman Group in Dallas, TX.

Some of the most rewarding deals she executed were special assignments like site selection and lease negotiation for Starbucks’ 12th Community Store, 2 of 20 Starbucks Reserve locations, and a first-to-market Potbelly Sandwich Shop location in the state of Oklahoma.

Aly’s current tenant representation clients include Wendys, Chef Lance Knowling, and San Martin. On the project side, notable clients include Provident Realty, United Commercial Development (UCD), Vaquero, Retail Partners, Hillwood, Leon Capital, and Oakridge Investments.

Previously, Aly focused on retail at The Weitzman Group, UCR, and CBRE. She is a Dallas native but raised in Kansas. Aly earned her Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Real Estate Finance from Southern Methodist University in Dallas. As Texas native, Aly has embraced the state’s southern culture and often finds time for two-stepping and country-western dance.