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Stream Realty Chicago Lands 4.7M-SF Management Assignment

The Chicago office of Stream Realty Partners has been awarded the property management of a 4.7-million-square-foot Midwest portfolio, totaling 76 properties and more than 260 tenants, by real estate private equity firm Taurus Investment Holdings. This recent assignment brings the total management portfolio for Chicago’s property management division to more than 10 million square feet. 

Victoria Knudson, Chicago-based partner and National Leader of Property Management at Stream, said, “Our Chicago team is thrilled to work with Taurus on this significant and noteworthy portfolio of properties that span from Indiana to Wisconsin. Taurus takes a forward-thinking and strategic approach to investments, and that is exactly how Stream operates its property management platform.” 

Headquartered in Boston, Taurus currently manages investments in nine countries and is quickly growing its industrial business with more than 13 million square feet spanning across seven markets. 


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