Stream Realty Partners Announces Two Investment Management Promotions

Dylan Munoz and John Rogers have been promoted to executive managing director and partner roles within Stream's Investment Management team.

Dallas-based national commercial real estate firm Stream Realty Partners announced the promotions of Dylan Munoz and John Rogers to executive managing director and partner roles within its Investment Management team.

“Both Dylan and John have played a pivotal role in the success of our Investment Management platform,” Adam Jackson, Stream’s chief investment officer, said in a statement. “Their promotions are a testament to their exceptional leadership, expertise, and dedication to delivering outstanding results for our partners. We’re excited to have them as partners, and we look forward to their continued contributions to the success of our firm.”

Munoz joined Stream in 2018 as an associate and has risen through the ranks to become a pivotal figure in the Investment Management platform, the company said.

In his new role, Munoz will continue to play a crucial role in managing Stream’s investment portfolio, sourcing new investment opportunities, and spearheading strategic initiatives. The company said Munoz’s dedication and expertise have been instrumental in the success and expansion of Stream’s investment management endeavors.

Rogers is one of the original members of Stream’s Investment Management team and has been an influential and driving force behind the team’s growth and achievements since joining the firm in 2016.

Stream said Rogers has a wealth of capital markets experience and a strong track record of investment performance throughout market volatility.

The company said Rogers’ promotion to executive managing director and partner reflects his significant contributions to Stream’s investment management efforts. Rogers will continue to lead Stream’s debt strategies and placement efforts nationally, manage key investments for the platform’s discretionary funds, source strategic opportunities, and serve as a member of Stream’s Investment Committee.

More on Stream’s Investment Management team

Stream said its Investment Management team leverages local knowledge and real-time information gathered by Stream’s market experts across the country to make investment decisions based on current supply and demand fundamentals.

Since its founding in 1996, Stream said it has invested alongside its partners in more than 54 million square feet of office, industrial, mixed-use, and data center space—amounting to approximately $8.8 billion in total capitalization.

The Investment Management team manages five co-mingled funds that account for over $2 billion in equity.

Stream operates 16 core offices in markets that cover areas including Alexandria and Arlington, Va.; Atlanta; Austin, Boca Raton, Fla.; Charleston, S.C.; Charlotte, N.C.; Chicago; Colorado Springs, Colo.; Dallas; Denver; Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; Fort Worth; Greenville, S.C.; Houston; the Inland Empire, Irvine, Calif.; Los Angeles; Miami; Nashville; Orange County, Calif.; Phoenix; Raleigh-Durham, N.C.; Reston, Va.; San Antonio; Tampa, Fla.; Tysons, Va.; Washington, D.C.; and South Florida.

The company said that since 1996, it has grown to more than 1,400 professionals and now completes more than $8.8 billion annually in office, industrial, retail, healthcare, land, and data center transactions.

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