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Chris Jackson

Chris Jackson

Stream Realty Partners

As managing partner of Stream Realty, Chris Jackson is responsible for directing the firm’s leasing, management, acquisition, development, and tenant representation activities. The office has a leasing and management portfolio of 35 million square feet, ranking it as one of DFW's largest commercial real estate companies. Prior to joining Stream, he worked for Trammell Crow Co.

Stories by Chris Jackson

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Business

Chris Jackson: Strong Texas Economy Spurs RE Demand

Earlier this month, Stream Realty Partners held a Dallas State-of-the-Market event at the Nasher Sculpture Center. We hosted nearly 200 business leaders who gathered for insight into the current state of the North Texas commercial real estate market. Here's a recap of the presentations.
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Commercial Real Estate

Chris Jackson: Why this Market Recovery is Different

Historically, pent-up demand coming out of a recession has quickly led to even greater construction volume, causing Dallas-Fort Worth to earn a reputation as a market that lacks upside for rent growth and experiences significant peaks and valleys. Neither is appealing to institutional capital.
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Chris Jackson: Recent Grads—What Real Estate Career is Right for You?

Young professionals getting into commercial real estate have a difficult decision to make. The industry offers a broad range of opportunities that match up with a variety of skills and personalities. It can be confusing to filter through the multitude of options.
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Chris Jackson: Staying on Top of Your Game

How do top athletes stay on top of their game? They train—and train hard. To be successful in commercial real estate, it’s no different; you must be disciplined, focused, and continuously working to improve your knowledge and processes.
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Commercial Real Estate

Chris Jackson: A Reemergence of the Downtown Core

The common perception is that the Dallas central business district is a tale of two cities separated by Ross Avenue—the haves and have not’s. The reality is that the core CBD has been growing at a rapid rate, and adding the necessary amenities and infrastructure to begin to compete for large corporate users.
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