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Tracy D. Suttles served for 21 years as the sole principal and managing partner of real estate development and acquisition firm NBC Properties (also referred to as NBC Holdings). Under Tracy Suttles’ tenure, which took place from 1986 until 2007, Houston-based NBC professionally managed over seven thousand residential apartment units, as well as over 1.6 million square feet of office and retail space all over the United States.
Tracy Suttles was also responsible for the successful completion of new construction properties totaling over 750,000 square feet, as well as multiple successful renovation development projects. Combined valuation of all new construction under Tracy has been listed at well over one billion dollars.
As the current operating president of Natural Resources Management, Tracy Suttles is continuing his property establishment endeavors.
A native of Houston, Texas, Tracy Suttles is an honors graduate of Concordia Lutheran University, where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management. Tracy also serves on the board of directors for several charitable organizations around the community.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Eyesore hotel coming down in Bridgeton
Developer Tracy Suttles of the Houston area is behind the project. He said demolition should be complete this summer and work should start on a parking lot after that. He has an option for the site that he plans to exercise soon, he said, and he hopes to start construction on two hotels at the site in the first quarter of 2018. Negotiations with hotel operators are ongoing, he said.
Houston Business Journal: Princely mansion finally finds new owner
A palatial River Oaks estate built for a Saudi Arabian Prince in the mid-1980s has been sold to a local real estate investor.
Tracy Suttles of NBC Holdings, which specializes in multifamily properties, purchased the 22,000-square-foot mansion located at 1000 Kirby Drive, between Shepherd and Inwood.
Carlson Rezidor: Radisson Continues Growth And Expands To Alabama
“It is our mission to ensure our guests have an enjoyable and stress-free experience and we are thrilled to join the Radisson brand and Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group,” said Tracy Suttles, managing partner of Fairmont Partners, the hotel’s owner. “The lobby is beautifully enhanced with a large water wall and a big TV display wall and an aquarium.”
Commercial Real Estate Direct: Tracy Suttles to Redevelop Houston’s Kirby Building Into Apartments
Tracy Suttles, president of multifamily firm NBC Holdings, will team up with The Randall Davis Co. to redevelop the derelict 11-story Kirby Building at 917 Main St. in downtown Houston into about 70 rental units. Suttles purchased the building, built in 1926, in 2002. Retailers will occupy the street level of the building as well as the basement and part of the second floor.
The Morning News Journal: Admiral King High School leaves outstanding legacy
Tracy Suttles, point guard on Admiral King’s 1980 state runnerup basketball team, is the owner of over 6,000 apartment units in Texas and owned a major shopping center in Houston that received Hall of Fame status.
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