Preston Young serves as National Head of Stream’s Office Investor Services Platform. In this role, he oversees the strategy and advancement of the firm’s national office portfolio ensuring the successful execution of client and partner objectives. Additionally, Mr. Young works with Stream leaders across all markets to strategically optimize growth and collaboration amongst the firm’s talented professionals. Stream’s National Office portfolio is ranked among one of the largest in the United States and now exceeds 100.0 million square feet across 15 markets.
Prior to assuming his role of National Head of Office Investor Services, Mr. Young led the firm’s Houston office, which consistently remains one of the largest and most prominent commercial real estate organizations in Houston. Under his leadership, Stream has consistently been 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.
Leadership and service are also a major point of emphasis for Mr. Young where he provides guidance to a multitude of businesses and philanthropic and academic institutions. He serves as Chairman of the Board for Western Academy and is the immediate past Chairman for the St. John Paul II Foundation for Life & Family. He is also a Board Member for Dauntless Group Inc. and serves as a Board of Trustees for the Free Enterprise Institute. Mr. Young serves as an Advisory Board Member for the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and Mays Business School at Texas A&M University and is a member of the university’s 12th Man Foundation’s Champions Council. Additionally, Mr. Young is routinely a guest lecturer on a multitude of commercial real estate topics for various trade associations and universities including Rice University, Texas A&M University, ULI and National Association of Office & Industrial Parks (NAIOP).
In 2018, the Houston Business Journal honored Mr. Young as one of the top “40 Under 40” business leaders in Houston. Before joining Stream, Mr. Young served in the capital markets division at Trammell Crow Company.
- BBA – Finance (Cum Laude) – Texas A&M University
Affiliations & Designations
- Western Academy – Chairman of the Board
- Free Enterprise Institute – Board of Trustees
- John Paul II Foundation – Immediate Past Chairman
- Catholic Charities of Galveston-Houston – Past Board Member
- Urban Land Institute – Advisory Board Member
- Texas A&M University, Mays Business School – Advisory Board