A passion for business best describes Terrence Maiden. With nearly twenty years of experience in the industry, Terrence Maiden has poured his energy, creativity and expertise into the development /project leasing of over four -million square feet of retail.
As a key team member of Corinth Properties, he is at the forefront at implementing the growth of the company as a real estate owner and developer. Mr. Maiden also serves Chief Executive Officer at RISE Clothing Company and Managing Partner at The Nediam Company, a privately held capital venture/asset holdings firm based in Dallas.
Mr. Maiden began his real estate career with The Woodmont Company, spending several years as leasing project associate and development partner. He subsequently managed the development expansion of two well recognized companies, Panda Restaurant Group (Panda Express) and Panera, LLC (Panera Bread/Paradise Bakery), as Director of Real Estate.
Mr. Maiden most signature development projects to date includes Glen Oaks Crossings (regional shopping center anchored by Super Walmart), Canyon in Oak Cliff (200 acres regional mix-use development), RedBird (redevelopment of Southwest Center Mall) and Alexan West Dallas (urban mix-use development).
Mr. Maiden earned a degree from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth and was a standout football player for the Horned Frogs, along with his identical twin brother, Tim Maiden. He actively serves in leadership for several professional and civic organizations in Dallas and Fort Worth, including Real Estate Council, Texas Christian University, International Council of Shopping Centers Foundation, Urban Land Institute, Dallas Black Dance Theater, Harmony Community Development, and Real Estate Associate Program.
In 2005, Terrence Maiden co-founded TWO-WINS with identical twin brother Tim. TWO-WINS is a non-profit organization that invests thousands of dollars into inner communities through educational and community revitalization programs. Mr. Maiden has been the recipient of numerous awards and was inducted into Texas Christian University Hall of Fame in 2016.