Younan Properties

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Younan Properties
Industry Commercial Real Estate and Property Management
Founder Zaya S. Younan

Younan Properties, Inc. is a commercial real estate investment company founded in 2002 by the Assyrian American entrepreneur Zaya S. Younan.[1] Younan Properties, Inc. owns and manages Class A office buildings and retail centers in major cities throughout North America.[2]

The company is headquartered in Los Angeles, with offices in Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, Chicago, and Colorado Springs.[3] Some of the most remarkable buildings include the Patriot Tower in Dallas that was originally named One Dallas Centre. In 2007, after purchasing it, Younan Properties renamed the building to Patriot Tower to honor American troops.[4]

The following buildings also belong to Younan Properties: Younan North LaSalle in downtown Chicago, Younan Square in downtown Houston, Two Westlake Park in Houston's Energy Corridor, One North Arlington in Chicago's Northwest submarket, Younan West Loop in the vibrant Houston Galleria submarket, The Meridian and Lakeside Square in the LBJ Freeway submarket in Dallas,[5] Energy Square III on the Central Expressway in Dallas, and Meridian Bank Tower, in downtown Phoenix.[6]

In 2016, Younan Properties launched an aggressive European Expansion plan. Starting in France the company formed La Grande Maison Younan Collection, a French based company that specializes in the acquisition and operation of luxury hotels and golf courses.[7] The company has over 100 employees in France and is looking to expand to other parts of Europe in the future.[8]


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