Stream Realty Partners Appoints Preston Young for National Role

February 01 2 min read

DALLAS, TX – February 1, 2021 – Stream Realty Partners (Stream), a national real estate services, development, and investment company, today announced that it has appointed Preston Young as National Head of Office Investor Services. In the newly created position, Preston will oversee the strategy and advancement of Stream’s national office platform and portfolio. These endeavors will focus on recruiting talent, identifying new business opportunities and the development of essential resources to achieve Stream’s growth initiatives across the platform.

Chris Jackson, President of Stream Realty Partners, said, “Over the past 15 years, Preston has been instrumental in the success and growth of Stream’s platform in several areas, most recently co-leading the Houston office, supporting our Washington D.C. office, as well as working on initiatives around recruiting and client acquisition. This is a natural fit for Preston’s capabilities, and we look forward to the progress that will be made with the addition of this position.”

Young previously served as Regional Managing Director in Stream’s Houston office where he directed the service and principal portfolio which now exceeds 50 million square feet, thereby positioning Stream as one of the largest commercial real estate organizations in Houston. Under his leadership, Stream was consistently ranked as one of the “Best Places to Work” by the Houston Business Journal and “Top Workplaces” by the Houston Chronicle and are perennial recipients of CoStar’s “Power Broker,” an award recognizing the top commercial real estate brokerage firms by city. Young has a passion for service within the community and provides leadership to a multitude of philanthropic and academic institutions, including Chairman roles at both Western Academy and St. John Paul II Foundation for Life & Family. He is also a member of the Board of Trustees for the Free Enterprise Institute and formerly on the Board of Directors for Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston.

Young said, “It has been incredibly rewarding participating in our firm’s various advancements over the years. I am excited to be working alongside my talented colleagues in helping Stream take the next step in our growth, while simultaneously preserving our special culture and other crucial contributors that have made our service offering so exceptional and unique.”

Throughout 2020, Stream made significant investments in its people and platform, acquiring top-tier talent in gateway markets, expanding its reach in Industrial Development and Occupier Services and scaling its national Marketing and Technology platform.

Jackson continued, “Preston’s newly created role is a continuation of our plan to invest in talent and technology that will accelerate the expansion of our services lines and markets across the country—driving great value for our clients and our people.”