Terrence Maiden is widely recognized for his executive leadership and
vision in the commercial real estate development industry. With nearly
two decades of experience, Terrence has poured his energy, creativity
and expertise into the development /project leasing of over two-million
square feet of retail. As Executive Vice President of Development at
Corinth Properties, he is at the forefront of implementing the growth
strategy for the company, as a real estate owner and developer.
Terrence’s most notable projects to date are Glen Oaks Crossings, The
Canyon in Oak Cliff, Red Oak Crossings, and the redevelopment of
Southwest Center Mall.
Terrence Maiden began his real estate career with The Woodmont
Company, spending several years project leasing and developing projects
throughout Texas, New Mexico, Louisiana, and North Dakota. He subsequently worked within corporate real estate
at two well recognized companies, Panda Restaurant Group (Panda Express) and Panera, LLC (Panera
Bread/Paradise Bakery). During Terrence’s three-year tenure with Panda, he was the top producer, accounting for
over 60 restaurant openings. Terrence was also the recipient for the 2004 Panda IMPACT Award, 2004 Most Store
Openings Award, and 2005 Most Store Openings Award. At Panera Bread, Terrence served as the Director of Real
Estate, responsible for managing Panera’s real estate development efforts and opening over 95 company/franchise
cafes throughout the central United States, including 11 states.
Terrence Maiden received a Bachelor of Science and Engineering degree from Texas Christian University, where he
and his identical twin brother were standout football players for the Horned Frogs. He is actively involved in several
professional and civic organizations in Dallas and Fort Worth, including Mayor Star Council, Coalition of African
American Professionals and Organizations (Co-Chair), Real Estate Council (Board of Directors), Urban Land
Institute, Texas Christian University National Board (Former Vice President – National Alumni Board), Texas
Christian University Legacy Committee, International Council of Shopping Centers, Dallas Black Dance Theater
(Board Member), and many more. In 2005, Terrence co-founded Two-Wins Foundation with twin brother Tim. Two-
Wins Foundations is a non-profit organization that invests thousands of dollars within inner communities through
educational and community revitalization programs.
Terrence has been named to the distinguish list of D CEO Power Broker for seven consecutive years (2012-2017).
In addition, he was awarded “Minority Business Leader of the Year” (Dallas Business Journal-2009), a finalist for
“2011 One Man Dallas”, Dallas top executive under the age of forty (Dallas Business Journal- 2013), Tomorrow’s
Leader – Texas (Real Estate Forum Magazine - 2014) . In 2014 Terrence was the recipient of the Thomas L.
Houston Award for his community service and 40 under Forty by Dallas Business Journal. In 2015, he along with his
identical twin brother were inducted in Texas Christian University‘s Hall of Fame. Both Terrence and Tim were
recognized by WFAA (ABC News) and Cadillac for Shaping DFW. Terrence is also a featured writer for D
Magazine’s CEO Real Estate Daily.