Dimension partnered with Simon Properties, Homart, and Paul Broadhead and Associates to build three regional malls. On our own we build roughly 1.5 mm square feet of shopping centers and 3,000 apartments. We also developed over 1,100 residential lots in master planned communities inf DFW and Atlanta.
Dimension diversified into real estate services, opening Commerce Title in Houston; The Broadhurst Company in Dallas, which specialized in office tenant representation; Dimension Realty Management that ran our properties and had significant 3rd party clients, and Saratoga Capital, a boutique real estate investment banker that raised more than $8 billion in debt and equity over the years.
As the industry collapse subsided, we cautiously reentered the Austin market and have developed more than 5,000 residential lots, working with publicly traded homebuilders and large regional homebuilders. Dimension also reentered the capital markets arena, specializing in GSE multi family loans as a correspondent for Walker Dunlop. Dimension also formed Sentinel Title Company in Dallas. The Agency underwriters include Chicago Title, Fidelity National and Westcor. .
In an interesting turn of events, Dimension started seeing opportunities in the tech sector and has made several investments, most notably a significant investment in mLogica, a burgeoning company (www.mLogica.com). We have several new real estate asset class initiatives we are about to roll out after years of planning.