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How We've Helped Our Clients

Many of our clients come to us through referrals from former clients and friends of the firm. When engaging Cardinal, you will be working with a team invested in your long-term success. Our clients trust us. Read why.
To prepare for an imminent buyout, major paper company Bowater was divesting timberland assets. They were concerned they weren’t getting fair compensation for timberland parcels with development potential. And they needed someone with experience to sort this out.
After the new Uptown arena was built, the Coliseum became an albatross struggling to compete. The city spent 18 months trying to sell the asset and received only one weak offer. The property began to symbolize wasteful public spending and was drawing media scrutiny. City leaders knew they needed the sale proceeds to pay off an upcoming loan.
Black swan events are bad for business—especially banks. The financial crisis of 2007 wrecked First National Bank of Arizona’s (FNBA) bold plans for a national mortgage lending platform, leaving its leaders scrambling to mitigate expenses and close the office in Charlotte, where they recently signed a long-term 25,000 SF Class-A office lease.
An environmental lobbying group needed to expand in Washington, DC. They had challenging specifications in a tight market. 
Church leaders were wary of redevelopment and the developers who might exploit them, but the church had an extensive real estate portfolio and was looking for guidance.


Our clients get senior-level attention.

We’re grateful for our clients. They are extraordinary leaders who have achieved tremendous results. When we think about the companies and people we are fortunate to work with, we are blown away.

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