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Real Estate Crescent wins A List Award

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Crescent wins A List Award


Crescent Real Estate Holdings was honored with the 2012 National Commercial Real Estate Customer Service Award for Excellence presented by CEL & Associates. It is the ninth time that Fort Worth-based Crescent has been honored with the award.

“Customer service is a core value, the heart of our company culture,” said John Goff, chairman of Crescent commenting in an announcement about the award. “Customer service means we retain our customers.”

The A List award surveys customer satisfaction with building, appearance, condition and staff performance.

Crescent is a fully integrated real estate company owned by Barclays Capital and Goff Capital. The company owns or manages 25 premier office buildings totaling more than 9.2 million square feet. It has holdings in Fort Worth, Dallas, Houston, Denver and Las Vegas and resort and hotel properties in Vail, Lake Tahoe and elsewhere.

CEL & Associates is the largest surveyor of customer satisfaction in the real estate industry.


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