Kate Sudol - Cushman & Wakefield
Kate Sudol

Kate Sudol

Senior Associate

Profile

As a Senior Associate within Cushman & Wakefield’s Office Tenant Representation and Headquarters Advisory groups, Kate Sudol is a member of the brokerage team led by Randy Cooper (Vice Chairman) and Craig Wilson (Executive Managing Director). The high-performing team is recognized for leading many of the most complex corporate assignments in Dallas-Fort Worth, including the single largest office transaction ever completed in the state of Texas. Sudol focuses on introducing the group to executive leaders within the community and building long-term relationships. Her business acumen and experience allows her to identify opportunities with companies across various industries, where the team’s experience and expertise drives the greatest differentiating value.

Before transitioning to commercial real estate in May 2016, Sudol worked for eight years at Summit Alliance Cos., where she launched an annuity division from scratch and was quickly promoted to co-lead business development for Benefit Harbor, a subsidiary company specializing in HR technology and outsourcing. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management at Arkansas State University, where she played Division I volleyball for four years, three as team captain.

Team

Randy Cooper 
RANDY COOPER
Vice Chairman

Craig Wilson 
CRAIG WILSON
Executive Managing Director

Dan Harris 
DAN HARRIS
Managing Director

Wills Bauer 
WILLS BAUER
Senior Associate

Clients

Team’s Major Transactions

  • State Farm, regional consolidation, build-to-suit, and joint venture – 2.25 million SF
  • CPS Energy, asset acquisition – 443,000 SF
  • Fannie Mae, regional consolidation, build-to-suit – 330,000 SF
  • Encana Oil & Gas, regional consolidation, build-to-suit – 320,000 SF
  • Epsilon, relocation to existing building – 220,000 SF
  • JP Morgan Chase, relocation to existing building – 210,000 SF
  • Thompson & Knight, relocation to new development – 160,000 SF
  • Gartner, relocation to existing building – 150,000 SF
  • Energy Transfer Partners, build-to-suit and joint venture – 130,000 SF
  • Squire Patton Boggs, relocation to new development – 120,000 SF
  • Sunoco, relocation to existing building – 120,000 SF
  • Altice, relocation to existing building – 105,000 SF
  • Strasburger, relocation to existing building – 95,000 SF
  • Ivie & Associates, build-to-suit and joint venture – 75,000 SF
  • Sidley Austin, relocation to new development – 75,000 SF
  • Snelling & Snelling, relocation to existing building – 75,000 SF
  • ISN Software, lease restructure – 65,000 SF
  • ClubCorp USA, lease restructure – 65,000 SF
  • Alon USA, relocation to existing building – 55,000 SF
  • Carlson Capital, lease restructure – 45,000 SF
  • The Delta Cos., relocation to new development – 40,000 SF
  • Paycor, relocation and new development – 35,000 SF
  • Trunk Club, new location, asset acquisition – 35,000 SF
  • Corepoint Health, lease restructure – 25,000 SF
  • Town of Westlake, relocation to existing building – 20,000 SF