Trammell Crow Company provides best-in-class development services to real estate occupiers and investors.

Founded in 1948, Trammell Crow Company (TCC) has developed or acquired 2,800 buildings valued at nearly $70 billion and over 625 million square feet. With professionals in 26 major U.S. cities and Europe, we serve users of and investors in office, industrial, life science, healthcare, multi-family residential, through its operating subsidiary High Street Residential, and mixed-use projects. TCC is the largest commercial real estate developer in the U.S. with $19.8 billion in active projects in process, and an additional $10.1 billion in the pipeline as of March 31, 2022. The company acquires premier sites in the most desirable markets, procures optimal entitlements, and directs the design, construction and leasing of assets. TCC builds sustainable properties that generate long-term economic benefits through timeless design, superior functionality, and smart technology. Every development is rigorously vetted by our investment committee, and the company employs a conservative capital structure to mitigate risk.

As an independently operated subsidiary of CBRE, the world’s largest real estate services firm, TCC enjoys ready access to the nation’s top project execution teams and transaction advisors; the industry’s strongest balance sheet; an unparalleled technology platform; and world-class proprietary research.


Our Mission & Values

TCC champions four key values, which serve as the foundation upon which our company is built and as a touchstone
for how our team members conduct themselves in the business world and make day-to-day decisions.


Our Legacy

Trammell Crow gave us more than his name – he gave us his business philosophy and an enduring example to follow.


Our Milestones

Trammell Crow Company is widely recognized as the foremost authority on commercial real estate development and investment.


Marketing Materials

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