Stream Sells 24,737 RSF Building at 555 N Park Center


IRVINE, Calif., June 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Stream Realty Partners, (Stream), a national real estate services, development and investment firm, sold 555 N Park Center in Santa Ana. The multi-tenant office building sold to Gold Acceptance who will occupy a portion of the 24,737 square foot building as an owner/user. “The property provides a unique opportunity for Gold Acceptance to … Read More

Tech firm takes big space at Stream’s Platinum Park in Plano

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Technology firm BroadSoft Inc. has decided to move its North Texas regional office to a recently completed office building at Platinum Park in Plano. The Maryland-based tech firm has leased 35,736 square feet of new office space, or an entire floor, within Platinum Park’s Building One at 6000 Tennyson Parkway in Plano. This will be the first office tenant in … Read More

Stream Realty Partners Purchases Retail Power Center

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Stream Realty Partners purchases 96,479-square-foot Lake Jackson Centre (June 20, 2017) HOUSTON – Stream Realty Partners today announced the firm has purchased Lake Jackson Centre, a 96,479-square-foot, fully leased retail shopping center in the Lake Jackson trade area. “With our continued bullish outlook on the Lake Jackson retail trade area, Lake Jackson Centre presents a great opportunity to capitalize on … Read More

How – and why – this Houston office building is catering to smaller tenants

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Not all deals come in big packages. And in some cases, that may point toward a competitive advantage. Take the property at 10613 W. Sam Houston Parkway, for example. The 200,552-square-foot Class A building known as Remington Square III recently signed around 45,000 square feet in new leases, including Accudata Systems Inc. signing a 17,705-square-foot lease and Patterson-UTI Energy Inc. … Read More

Dallas Office Market Opens 2017 With Accelerated Leasing, Absorption by J.J. Leonard

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Much like the overall U.S. economy, the Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) office market is statistically trending upward and will experience continued growth in 2017 as indicated by first quarter numbers. Overall, the marketplace is experiencing sustained growth thanks to small- to medium-sized businesses expanding at a rapid rate, investors selectively chasing higher yields and market cores shifting to suburban areas. According … Read More

Stream, AMD to develop medical office building in Memorial Villages area

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Dallas-based Stream Realty Partners LP announced June 15 plans for Memorial Medical Pavilion, a new five-story medical office building in the Memorial Villages area. Stream will partner on the project with Houston-based development firm AMD Global LLC. A joint venture between Stream, AMD and Diamond Realty Investments Inc., the real estate investment arm of Mitsubishi Corp., closed on a 2-acre … Read More

Stream’s Bob Nowak Gives Houston Advice for Hurricane Preparedness

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It has been nearly a decade since a hurricane last shook the nation’s fourth-largest city. In that time, Houston has added nearly 1 million residents and millions of square feet of all property types. With flooding concerns going unanswered, officials worry a rough hurricane season could put Houston through its paces. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says there is … Read More

A Mid-Year Analysis of DFW’s Industrial Market by Blake Kendrick

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As we start what already feels like the beginning of summer, we find ourselves in a very healthy industrial market across North Texas. Rental rates are at an all-time high, vacancy is right around 6.6 percent, 300 basis points below the trailing 15-year average, and all reports from the brokerage community are positive. As we enjoy the benefits of an … Read More

Comeback of the Corridor: The Rousing Revival of Richardson

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A speculative real estate bubble is fun until it pops, just as it did nearly 20 years ago along the Telecom Corridor in Richardson. Motorists in the early 2000s got a first-hand glimpse of the impact of telecom’s implosion in Richardson by traveling the 5.5-mile stretch of U.S. Highway 75 that runs through the city. Traveling that stretch now is … Read More