C. Bradford Lowry
Brad Lowry is the head of Jackson Walker’s real estate practice group. He embraces the firm’s tradition of teamwork and is well-regarded as a transaction facilitator and for his ability to organize and lead attorneys, paralegals, and others to serve clients’ needs in the most effective and efficient manner.
Holding a Master of Business Administration degree in addition to a law degree, Brad is known for his unique ability to balance legal insight with practical business judgment in ways that are critical to his clients’ business objectives.
He is Board Certified in Commercial Real Estate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, placing him among a select few Texas attorneys who have earned that distinction. Having practiced for more than 30 years, Brad brings a wealth of real estate transactional experience to his clients’ needs. He has handled a wide variety of complex commercial real estate transactions for a diverse range of clients ranging from individual land owners and investors to public companies in various capacities, including developers, owners, investors, buyers, sellers, lenders, borrowers, landlords, tenants, and asset managers.
Brad’s practice focuses on real estate acquisition, disposition, development, leasing, investment, finance and management, including portfolio transactions.
A few highlights of Brad’s distinguished career that demonstrate his versatility and broad array of experience include having represented principals in the following transactions: purchase and conversion to condominium of major downtown hotel/retail project; ground-up development of high-rise assisted living and mixed use project; half million square foot airport ground lease; major mixed use high rise condominium project; acquisition, financing and development of 4,000+ acre residential and mixed-use project; acquisition of multi-state hotel portfolio; financing of 65,000 acre ranch; development and ground lease of recreational facility for large public university; major corporate headquarters office lease; and sale of Colorado ski resort.
In addition to real estate transactions, Brad also represents his clients’ varied interests by working closely with other Jackson Walker attorneys in handling such matters as entity selection and formation, joint ventures, asset and stock sales, mergers and acquisitions, estate planning, intellectual property rights, dispute resolution, franchise agreements, mineral rights, water rights, and land use and entitlement.
Brad has always been active in his community, having served in a variety of different ways, including as an elected member of the Argyle Independent School District Board of Trustees, as Chairman of the Argyle Comprehensive Plan Committee, as President of the Argyle Economic Development Corporation, and as a board member of various organizations including ULI Dallas-Fort Worth, Downtown Dallas, Inc., and the Coppell YMCA. He is also a member of the Dallas Bar Association’s Real Property Section, the Dallas Real Estate Council, and the Urban Land Institute, and is a former editor for the Real Estate, Probate and Trust Reporter of the State Bar of Texas.
B.B.A., Texas A&M University Commerce
J.D., Baylor Law School
M.B.A., Texas Christian University
Commercial Real Estate Law
- Board Certified in Commercial Real Estate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, 1995-Present
- Texas Super Lawyer, Super Lawyers by Thomson Reuters, 2005-2010, 2013-2014
March 8, 2023Attorney News
Joining from a San Antonio-based real estate law firm, Karl Baker has a broad and diverse practice covering acquisitions, leasing, and financing across all product types and assisting developers seeking entitlements, incentives, and development agreements from cities, counties, and other governmental entities across Texas.
February 16, 2023Attorney News
Jackson Walker announces the appointments of Suzan Kedron and Brad Lowry as firmwide chairs of the Land Use and Real Estate practices, respectively. In addition, Joshua Romero has been appointed Chair of the Paralegal Committee, which oversees the work of paralegals at the firm.
February 3, 2022Spotlight
We are deeply saddened to announce the passing of our friend and partner Amanda Shaw-Castro. Amanda was a rising star and leader who left behind a legacy of loyalty and kindness.
December 17, 2021Insights
Real estate in Texas’ major cities was booming in 2021. Jackson Walker has commercial real estate lawyers in all those cities, and they provide a snapshot for a few of these urban markets of what business has been and what to expect in 2022.
September 17, 2020Client Results
Jackson Walker represented the portfolio company of a Texas-based middle market private equity fund in connection with an add-on acquisition of substantially all assets from a Dallas-based company that buys, refurbishes, and re-sells used industrial chiller systems.
October 3, 2017Client Results
Jackson Walker partner Brad Lowry successfully represented Humanetics in the purchase of Mary Kay’s 420,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility at 1330 Regal Row in Dallas.
September 5, 2014Attorney News
Fifty-one Jackson Walker attorneys were selected as 2014 “Super Lawyers” by Thomson Reuters. The list will be published in the October issue of Texas Monthly magazine.
August 29, 2014Attorney News
Jackson Walker L.L.P. is pleased to welcome Brad Lowry as a partner in the Dallas office. Brad joins the firm from Haynie Rake Repass & Lowry and adds additional depth to Jackson Walker’s experienced Real Estate practice group.