DALLAS – (Realty News Report) – Stream Realty Partners, a full-service national commercial real estate investment, development and services company, announced that Chris Jackson has been promoted to president of the firm.
“I’m honored to take on the role of president of Stream Realty Partners and appreciate both the opportunity and confidence co-founders Mike McVean and Lee Belland have shown in me,” said Jackson.
Stream recently made major headlines in Houston with the acquisition of 300 acres in Brookshire for its new Empire West business park that will include a 1 million SF spec distribution building in its Phase 1.
In downtown Austin, Stream is constructing the 15-story RiverSouth office tower on First Street, just south of Lady Bird Lake. The Baker Botts law firm has leased 50,000 SF in the building.
In Dallas, Stream Realty recently completed a $140 million redevelopment of the 50-story Trammell Crow Center in downtown.
In the newly created role of president, Jackson will focus on supporting and expanding Stream’s businesses throughout the country by developing innovative systems and opportunities to improve platform level growth and efficiency relative to the company’s internal talent, customers and capital.
“Chris’ strategic approach to our business, particularly with respect to spreading and preserving our unique culture and platform, has been critical to expanding our footprint,” said Mike McVean, co-founder and co-general partner of Stream. “Chris has done an amazing job growing our service business in Dallas, Fort Worth, and Greater Los Angeles and we look forward to watching him replicate the same results on a national level.”
Jackson began his real estate career in 1997 with Trammell Crow Company and joined Stream in 2003 to start its industrial service business. Since then, he has held multiple leadership roles.
Since 1996, Stream has grown to a staff of more than 850 real estate professionals with regional offices in Atlanta, Austin, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Fort Worth, Greater Los Angeles, Houston, San Antonio, San Diego and Washington, D.C.
Typically, Stream completes more than $2.9 billion in real estate transactions annually and is an active investor and developer across the nation.
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