Dallas luxury real estate icon Doris Jacobs, known as ‘the Queen of Beverly Drive” for her high number of sales on the prestigious Highland Park street, and her daughters Teffy Jacobs and Kim Jacobs Calloway are joining Douglas Elliman Realty’s Dallas office.
A founding partner of Allie Beth Allman & Associates, Jacobs has been in the business for more than 40 years. The Doris Jacobs Group specializes in Dallas’ most prestigious neighborhoods, including Highland Park, University Park, Preston Hollow, Bluffview, Lakewood, Turtle Creek, and more.
“As we continue to strategically expand in Dallas, The Doris Jacobs Group will truly elevate our presence in this key market,” said Scott Durkin, CEO of Douglas Elliman Realty. “Doris’ stellar reputation precedes her, and her decades of experience in the luxury real estate sector will be invaluable to our growth in Texas.”
Jacobs’ team claims to have sold more than $1 billion worth of real estate.
“The Jacobs family is a force in the industry, and we are looking forward to watching their legacy continue to grow as part of Douglas Elliman,” said Jacob Sudhoff, CEO of Douglas Elliman Texas.
“We are thrilled to partner with this powerhouse firm, who will empower our team to new heights and add tremendous value to our business. We were captivated by Elliman’s extensive global reach, first-class resources in marketing and technology, incredible public relations prowess, and international partnership with Knight Frank,” said Doris Jacobs, CEO of The Doris Jacobs Group. “Teffy, Kim and I are looking forward to working with the network of dedicated Elliman agents across the country—especially in California, Colorado, and New York, where there are strong synergies with Texas. We are completely committed to our clients, whether in Dallas or around the globe, and are excited to join this cutting-edge brokerage and be part of their expansion across Dallas.”
A longtime resident of the Park Cities, Doris is involved with local charities and civic organizations, including the Cattle Baron’s Ball, Turtle Creek Park Conservancy, Dallas Symphony Orchestra League, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Arboretum, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas Opera, Genesis Women’s Shelter, KidneyTexas, Park Cities Historic and Preservation Society, Preservation Dallas, the Salvation Army and more.