JR oversees Hillwood's implementation of the protective covenant mechanisms by establishing a commercial association overlay across the various development areas within AllianceTexas and others to uphold quality construction, property beautification, and overall community longevity. These overlay areas encompass over 43 miles right-of-way, over 220 acres of common area, private rail lines, and a collective customer base of over 145 property owners.
JR also assists with the management of the 9,600-acre Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) #196 at AllianceTexas. Providing a direct benefit to nearby distribution and manufacturing companies to optimize their supply chain management by delivering duty and tax benefits and consultation services that are not available through any other mechanism.
In addition to his core responsibilities at Alliance, JR is closely involved in Hillwood's partnership development, Frisco Station, a 242-acre high-density, mixed-use community located in Frisco, Texas along the Dallas North Tollway. At build-out, Frisco Station is anticipated to include over 5.5 million square feet of Class-A office and medical uses, 2,400 urban living units and over 330,000 square feet of destination food and beverage concepts.