Dallas’ Stream Realty Partners Opens First Florida Office in Greater Miami

The office will be led by Executive Managing Director and Partner Greg Katz, who comes to Stream from Newmark and has lived and worked in South Florida since 2000. He is tasked with overseeing the brand's growth across the state.

Dallas-based Stream Realty Partners has launched its first Florida office in Greater Miami, the national real estate services, development, and investment firm announced.

The office will be led by Executive Managing Director and Partner Greg Katz, who comes to Stream from Newmark. He has lived and worked in South Florida since 2000 and will be tasked with overseeing the brand’s growth across the state, Stream said.

“Miami has been on our radar for years, and this partnership enables us to accelerate our expansion and build-out of service lines throughout Florida,” Stream President Chris Jackson said in a statement. “Greg has had tremendous success across Florida and the southeast and is a great leader. His team works well together and respects one another. This is the type of culture we want for Florida and Stream nationwide.”

Growing nationally

The Greater Miami/South Florida office is Stream Realty Partners’ first in the state and 15th location across the U.S., the company said. In 2021, Stream opened three offices—in Nashville, Northern Virginia, and Phoenix—to complement its locations in some of the strongest commercial real estate markets in the nation, including Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, and Southern California.

Stream leases and manages more than 271.1 million square feet of office, industrial, retail, healthcare, and data center space nationwide and has developed or acquired 47 million square feet. The company said it completes more than $5.8 billion in real estate transactions each year.

Local development continues

Rendering of The Quad Routh Street view at dusk [Image: Stream Realty Partners]

Closer to home, Stream recently announced the first restaurant concept in The QUAD development in Uptown Dallas. Two Hands, a community-focused eatery based in Australian café culture, will open its first restaurant in Dallas at the development.

“Dallas is filled with so many unique, diverse neighborhoods, and The QUAD development in Uptown is the perfect opportunity for Two Hands to enter the market,” Henry Roberts, CEO and founder of Two Hands, said at the time. “Following our success in Austin, our expansion into Dallas will continue our growth in Texas and help establish our brand here.”

Stream said that Two Hands is the first retail lease signed at The QUAD and that additional restaurant announcements are anticipated by mid-2023.

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