Mark Morris

Vice President of Construction
Dallas, Texas
Joined NAP: 1990
Establishing meaningful connections with our people and the people we serve

Mark Morris’s purpose is to connect with people through a hands-on approach. As Vice President of Construction for North American Properties, Mark is committed to all phases of the predevelopment process, contract negotiation and overseeing projects from the ground up. With well over 40 years in the commercial real estate industry, Mark has learned the importance of collaborating with others to achieve a common goal for each project. Mark believes that every team member has something of value to contribute.

After spending several years with an Austin, Texas based owner-developer, Mark joined North American Properties in 1990 and had the opportunity to oversee its first multifamily project.  Since then, he has led many other successful multifamily projects such as Rancho Las Palmas, Ranch House, Lakeline East and Lakeline West in the Austin, Texas market.  He has also overseen several mixed use and grocery anchored retail shopping center developments in North Texas and the Midwest.

Mark started working in the construction industry at a young age, which provided him the opportunity to learn about the industry from the ground up and was involved in many trades over the years. He was also a dedicated college athlete and graduated from Austin College with a BA degree. 

When he is not working, Mark enjoys spending time with his family, as well as being an avid sportsman and outdoorsman.

Mark not only invests in his community through his work with North American Properties, but also spends time contributing to organizations that support finding cures for cancer and cystic fibrosis.



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