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

streamrealtyHOUSTON, IN THE NEWS

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

streamrealtyHOUSTON, IN THE NEWS

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

streamrealtyDALLAS, IN THE NEWS

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

streamrealtyDALLAS, IN THE NEWS

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

Stream Realty Partners Hires New Houston Exec

streamrealtyHOUSTON, IN THE NEWS

Dallas-based Stream Realty Partners has named a new managing director of property management in Houston. Robert Nowak took over the role, which is responsible for overseeing and expanding the firm’s 31 million-square-foot property management portfolio in Houston. Previously, the role was held by Robert Bridges, who now works for Transwestern. Nowak joined Stream from JLL, where he most recently served … Read More

Bay Area Business Park Selected as 2017 HBJ’s Landmark Award Winner

streamrealtyHOUSTON, IN THE NEWS

Nearly 400 businesspeople joined the Houston Business Journal at the Omni Hotel Houston April 20 to celebrate the 2017 Landmark Awards. HBJ named winners in each of the 19 categories. Winners were selected from a pool of 56 finalists, some of which were honored in multiple categories. Additionally, Edna Meyer-Nelson, president and CEO of Houston-based The Richland Cos., was honored … Read More

Houston TOBY Award Winners

streamrealtyHOUSTON, IN THE NEWS

The Regional Outstanding Building of the Year winners were honored at BOMA’s 2017 Southwest Regional Conference in April. Congratulations to the winners out of Houston: Over 1M SF: 1100 Louisiana Owner: Fantome Tower L.P. Managed By: Hines Property Manager: Kelly McNeill 250K-500K SF: BBVA Compass Plaza Owner: Masaveu Post Oak Houston Managed By: Stream Realty Property Manager: Michael Kent MOB: … Read More

Stream Realty Partners Makes Two New Hires, Will Manage 5.6-MSQFT Industrial Portfolio

streamrealtyCHICAGO, IN THE NEWS

Stream Realty Partners has hired Crysta Buck as vice president and Krystina Huertas as assistant property manager, the firm announced Tuesday. Stream was recently selected by Cabot Properties to manage 5.6-million-square-feet of industrial properties in Chicago. The 30-building portfolio will be managed by Buck, Huertas and executive vice president Victoria Knudson. The properties range from 40,000 to 450,000 square feet … Read More

Baker Botts Snubs Uptown to Stay in Dallas’ Downtown Crow Center

streamrealtyDALLAS, IN THE NEWS

Not all of Dallas’ big law firms are headed to Uptown. Baker Botts LLP — a 176-year-old firm with several hundred people downtown — has decided to stay in the Trammell Crow Center tower on Ross Avenue. The law firm’s decision to stay in the 50-story tower comes as the skyscraper’s owners are starting a $135 million renovation of the … Read More

International Law Firm Recommits to Downtown Dallas Skyscraper

streamrealtyDALLAS, IN THE NEWS

An international law firm Baker Botts LLP has decided to stay in its large office within Trammell Crow Center in downtown Dallas, with plans to rebuild its entire space within the skyscraper. Baker Botts signed a lease totaling 104,179 square feet renewing its space within the 50-story office tower at 2001 Ross Avenue. Earlier this month, the institutional investors advised … Read More

Early Look at New Bacchanalia, Star Provisions

streamrealtyATLANTA, IN THE NEWS

Construction is wrapping up on the new Westside location of lauded Atlanta restaurant Bacchanalia and gourmet market Star Provisions. The concepts from Chef Anne Quatrano and her husband, Clifford Harrison, are expected to open April 3. Atlanta Business Chronicle got an early look at the space. The 10,000-square-foot building is part of a $12 million project known as Ellsworth Office … Read More

JP Morgan Chase to Bring $135M Corporate Magnet to Downtown Dallas

streamrealtyDALLAS, IN THE NEWS

The ownership behind Trammell Crow Center has unveiled plans to invest $135 million in renovating and expanding the iconic tower and build an adjacent ground-up development that will act as a corporate magnet in the city’s central business district. This is the first major renovation to the 32-year-old tower — one of the tallest skyscrapers in downtown Dallas — since … Read More

Connect Dallas: South Dallas, The Overnight Success, Years in the Making

streamrealtyDALLAS, IN THE NEWS

With the news and excitement generated about corporate relocations north of Dallas, the submarket south of the CBD has been making its own quiet waves. “South Dallas’ Developments and Industrial Boom,” a session that took place during the recent Connect Dallas conference, touched on why South Dallas is growing, especially on the industrial side, and whether that growth will continue. … Read More