Matthews Southwest hired real estate lawyer Phill Greheb as a vice president. He will head up corporate strategy and operations for the company’s capital markets and development projects. Greheb previously worked for Munsch Hardt’s real estate team, where he collaborated with Dallas-based Matthews Southwest on multiple projects, including the Broward County Convention Center Expansion and the Old Dallas High School redevelopment. Led by Jack Matthews, the firm is known locally for its redevelopment of the Cedars neighborhood. Last year, the firm won the contract for the $65 million redevelopment of the Dallas Convention Center.
Houston-based Transwestern hired for two of its top roles recently. Adam Altsuler is joining as CFO, and Brian Delgado as global head of capital markets, the Houston Business Journal reported. Altsuler was previously CFO of Houston-based USD Partners, which develops and operates infrastructure and logistics for the energy industry. Delgado was previously managing director of business development and investor relations at CrossHarbor Capital Partners. Altsuler takes over from Steve Harding, who was promoted to chief transformation officer last year. Delgado’s position is new.
Compass promoted Kelli Macatee to sales manager and associated broker in the Dallas-Fort Worth market. Macatee has been with Compass since 2019. Based in Flower Mound, she specializes in luxury real estate and has sold over $41 million since 2018, according to a news release from the firm. She previously worked for Allie Beth Allman & Associates.
Austin-based residential broker Monica Fabbio has moved her business to @properties Christie’s International Real Estate. She specializes in luxury, waterfront, downtown-highrise and ranch real estate sales. She has 23 years of experience and ranks in the top 1 percent of Austin real estate agents, according to a news release. She will also serve as the firm’s executive vice president of philanthropy. She is from San Antonio and has a background in broadcasting.
Dallas-based KAI Enterprises received a Caudill Award for its work on the $60 million renovation of South Oak Cliff High School, in Dallas ISD. The award is the highest honor given at an annual school architecture competition by the Texas Association of School Administrators and the Texas Association of School Boards. Founded in 1980, the national firm does a lot of work for schools and municipalities, but also multifamily, mixed-use and commercial projects.