DALLAS, TX – July 15, 2021 – Stream Realty Partners (Stream), a national real estate services, development, and investment company, has been awarded the leasing and management of Campbell Centre, an 870,000-square-foot, four-building, Class A office complex located within the Central Expressway Corridor in Dallas. Recently purchased in a partnership between by Fenway Capital Advisors and Waterfall Asset Management, Campbell Centre will undergo renovations in the fall to modernize the interiors, build spec suites, and expand amenity offerings, overseen by Gensler.
Matt Wieser, Executive Vice President at Stream, said, “We are thrilled to have the opportunity to lease and manage Campbell Centre and to be working alongside Fenway Capital Advisors on this iconic project. Our Dallas team has a strong track record of successfully partnering with ownership through the repositioning and modernization of high-profile, Class A assets to ensure they are strategically positioned to capitalize on tenant demand.”
Campbell Centre is located on 8150 and 8350 N. Central Expressway and has two mezzanine-level structures between the 20-story towers. The Central Expressway submarket has benefited from robust demand in recent years due to its strong relative value when compared with Uptown and Preston Center. Offering superior office space with unmatched connectivity, Campbell Centre offers visibility and amenities to occupiers looking for substantial occupancy cost savings.
Stream’s Wieser, Kristin Millington, Vice President, and Marissa Parkin, Senior Associate, will oversee the leasing at the towers.
Pat Tribolet, Managing Partner at Fenway Capital Advisors, said, “We have had our eye on Campbell Centre for quite some time, and the modernization of the buildings will be a critical component in the leasing strategy. We know that with Stream’s deep industry expertise in this arena—coupled with the continued migration trend to Dallas—we are positioning this asset to capture immediate market demand, driving tenant relocations and expansions in the Central Expressway Corridor.”