Bill Dana served as Vice President of Brokerage at MEGA from 1988 until 1993. He helped spearhead the company to record-setting revenue profits for a wide range of clients. With his leadership skills, he was able to advance the level of professionalism in the brokerage division by introducing new concepts and implementing training to the brokerage team. After Bill’s departure, MEGA went on and established a partner affiliation by merging with CB Richard Ellis, now CBRE, Inc.
In 2002, Bill returned to the newly merged CBRE|MEGA. From his past experience, he has been able to bridge the company’s brokerage services with investment and development opportunities. In addition, his personal and professional relationships in Omaha’s real estate community have provided many opportunities that have added to the great success of CBRE|MEGA.
1999 to Current, Chief Executive Officer
Bill and Tucker Magid formed Dana Magid Development (DMD) in 1999. DMD continues to specialize in build-to-suit for lease development projects, construction management, real estate investment, consulting, and site selection services. Dana Magid currently oversees the asset management and operations of more than 500,000 SF.
1993 to 1999, President of PSI Group
PSI Group was the nation’s largest presort mail-processing organization with operating centers located in 25 cities. By 1999, PSI employed 686 non-union employees, processed over 1.4 billion pieces of mail, had gross revenues of approximately $133 million, and net revenues of approximately $36.6 million. The phenomenal success of PSI attracted the interest of Pitney Bowes Inc., and in 1999, PSI Group was sold to Pitney Bowes.
1980 to 1988, Senior Vice President of Essex Corporation
Bill has overseen commercial real estate development for many major projects in West Omaha including Westmark Plaza, Regency West Point, and The Mark. He was personally involved in the development and investment teams of over 15 projects totaling in excess of over 700,000 SF.