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Stream Realty Partners Promotes Chris Jackson to President

Jackson is tasked with developing innovative systems and opportunities to improve platform level growth and efficiency.
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Stream Realty Partners has created a new role for Chris Jackson–the commercial real estate company’s now-former regional managing partner. President.

Chris Jackson

In this newly created role, Jackson will focus on supporting and expanding Stream’s businesses throughout the country by developing innovative systems and opportunities to improve platform level growth and efficiency relative to the company’s internal talent, customers and capital.

“Chris’ strategic approach to our business, particularly with respect to spreading and preserving our unique culture and platform, has been critical to expanding our footprint,” said Mike McVean, co-founder and co-general partner of Stream. “Chris has done an amazing job growing our service business in Dallas, Fort Worth, and Greater Los Angeles, and we look forward to watching him replicate the same results on a national level.”

Jackson began his real estate career in 1997 with Trammell Crow Company and joined Stream in 2003 to start its industrial service business. Since then, he has held multiple leadership roles, most recently as regional managing partner, overseeing all phases of the firm’s Dallas, Fort Worth, and Greater Los Angeles offices.

Jackson says he looks “forward to continuing to build strategic initiatives across Stream’s offices to ensure our people-focused culture and the quality of service our clients have come to expect continues to be replicated as Stream grows.”

You can read more about Jackson and how Stream has thrived by diversifying, staying nimble, and giving brokers a stake in the business they’re helping to build in the January/February issue of D CEO (Pages 50-51).

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