Crow Holdings builds and invests with a sense of purpose and responsibility, to positively impact communities, driving social and economic value.
- Crow Holdings Capital considers a variety of sustainability factors in connection with the acquisition, development and ownership of its real estate properties.
- Trammell Crow Residential implements features that reduce energy use, lower costs and promote green living, and designs and builds to meet and exceed local and state green building standards.
- Crow Holdings Industrial incorporates elements of a green warehouse to reduce energy consumption, costs and emissions and uses locally sourced, recycled and sustainable building products wherever possible.
Crow Holdings has a longstanding commitment to community involvement, proudly dedicates time and resources to help
improve the interests of individuals, families and neighborhoods.
- Providing high-quality, affordable housing through Allora, our attainable housing platform
- Partnering with over 30 local and national nonprofit organizations
- Fostering community engagement as an enterprise and across our properties
- Carrying forward Trammell Crow's commitment to tree planting and local conservation
- Sponsoring and participating in EarthX, an international nonprofit environmental organization dedicated to educating and inspiring people and organizations to take action towards a more sustainable future worldwide
Crow Holdings is committed to fostering and celebrating a culture of diversity and inclusion and focuses on cultivating talented professionals of all backgrounds. We believe that a range of thought and experience leads to better outcomes for our business and for our investors and creates greater opportunity for everyone at our company.
From our annual women’s leadership summit and all-company volunteer events to happy hours on campus, Easter egg hunts and Halloween costume parties with our families, we value our personal and professional connections.
CROW FAMILY CONTRIBUTIONS
The Crow family’s commitment to art, culture and the environment continues to have a meaningful impact on the Dallas community and beyond.
- In 2003, the Trammell Crow Visitor Education Pavilion and Entry Plaza opened at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden
- In 1998, the Crow family opened the Trammell and Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art as a museum in Dallas. In 2019, the family donated the collection to The University of Texas at Dallas to create the Crow Museum of Asian Art
- The Crow family has commissioned and donated sculptures from acclaimed artists to the Dallas Zoo, Pioneer Plaza and many parks and institutions