Stream Names Managing Director to Newly Formed Healthcare Division

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Stream recently established a new healthcare division and has started beefing up staff to handle strategic leasing, facility development, investment sales, lease administration, and portfolio analysis and management for this new outlet of clients. John Huff will head up the DFW market as managing director, though he will work in all major Texas markets. We caught up with John to … Read More

California Manufacturer Expands to North Texas with New Facility in Garland

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California-based VPET USA Inc., a food-grade plastic bottle manufacturer, has expanded its operations to Texas with a 167,500-square-foot facility in Garland, which brings yet another manufacturer into the city. “They have a significant customer base in Texas and they got in and got up pretty quickly,” David Gwin, the economic development director for Garland, told the Dallas Business Journal. The … Read More

Work to Transform Brookhaven Warehouse Into Corporate Loft Space Underway

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Brookhaven, GA, August 3, 2016 – Work is underway on Apple Valley Rd. in Brookhaven’s Industrial District to transform a warehouse formerly occupied by BagCraft/Papercon into corporate loft space. This adaptive reuse is the brainchild of developer Stream Realty Partners, who focuses on the renovation of abandoned warehouses throughout the metropolitan Atlanta area and beyond. Demolition began in earnest a … Read More

Stream Leases 34K SF of Class-A Office Space

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While the office market has slowed for Stream like it has all across Houston, it’s still managing to get deals done. Stream’s Paul Coonrod and Brad Fricks repped landlord Sawdust Venture in negotiations with Veriforce, resulting in a 34k SF lease at Sierra Pine II in The Woodlands. Veriforce was repped by NAI Partners’ Griff Bandy, Matt Gaby and Jon … Read More

Downtown Dallas’ 55-Story Chase Tower Sells for Estimated $285 Million

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One of downtown Dallas’ biggest skyscrapers has a new owner. The 55-story Chase Tower on Ross Avenue has been purchased by New York-based Fortis Property Group. The 1.3 million square-foot office tower was expected to sell for about $285 million. Terms of the sale were not disclosed. “It is always exciting to acquire a premier and iconic skyline office tower,” … Read More