A top building agent in the Dallas office of Cushman & Wakefield has moved to a competing firm just days after the company was sold.
J.J. Leonard will be the new managing director of Dallas-based Stream Realty Partners’ office division.
He was previously a senior director of leasing at Cushman & Wakefield.
Last week Cushman & Wakefield merged its operations with DTZ, another commercial property firm which is owned in large part by Fort Worth-based TPG Group.
While working at Cushman & Wakefield since 2013, Leonard represented large intuitional owners of property, handling more than 5 million square feet of lease transactions. He also was an officer at CBRE.
He leased major Dallas properties including The Colonnade, Preston Commons, Sterling Plaza and 3500 Maple.
Stream Realty is an almost 20-year-old Dallas-based firm with offices in Atlanta, Austin, Charlotte, Denver, Ft. Worth, Houston, Southern California, San Antonio and Washington, D.C.
By: Steve Brown, The Dallas Morning News