Stream Realty Partners will now manage an additional 3.5 million square feet of warehouse space as two global real estate investment companies expand their relationship with the firm’s San Antonio office.
Stream, a national commercial real estate firm offering an integrated platform of services, will oversee 1.6 million square feet at BentallGreenOak’s Enterprise Industrial Park and 1.9 million square feet across a three-county portfolio from Ares. These expansions, combined with other new assignments, bring Stream San Antonio’s industrial property management portfolio to 8.3 million square feet, a 286% increase over less than two years.
Kathy Carter, Vice President of Property Management at Stream San Antonio, continues to work with the firm’s industrial brokers to showcase her team’s capabilities and how they can benefit a client with a more holistic approach to commercial real estate. Stream San Antonio has added seven new clients to the roster over the last 20 months and expanded services among existing customers, including San Antonio’s first property management assignment in the Rio Grande Valley.
“When our leasing and property management teams work closely, it makes it easier for us to accomplish our client’s goals,” Carter said.
Stream has developed and launched its specialized five-star Legendary CX Property Management platform nationwide. The offering delivers a distinctive customer experience that focuses on real connection, dedication, and care. Stream property managers add value by delivering uniquely memorable experiences at every interaction and every property.
“This will be achieved by building relationships, delivering on our promises, and creating emotional connectivity with our customers, clients, and team members,” Carter said.
The San Antonio market has delivered more than 6.8 million square feet in new warehouse construction since 2020, with the area’s industrial vacancy rate continuing to drop below 6%. An additional 8 million square feet are currently under construction, including Stream San Antonio’s Interpark Logistics Center. The infill industrial development will consist of five buildings spanning 689,000 square feet of speculative space.