Top producer Sara Terry is leaving her role as senior vice president at Stream Realty Partners to lead the Dallas-Fort Worth leasing group for Colliers International. Throughout her career, Terry has made some of downtown Dallas’ biggest building leases—with clients such as Trammel Crow Center and St. Paul Place in her portfolio. Sara Terry, “This is such a great opportunity to step into a leadership role for a major platform in Dallas and take it to the next level,” said Terry. “I’m ready to get started building a team and finalizing the strategy to map our growth. I couldn’t be more excited about leveraging the strength of Colliers’ global brand and reputation, which will allow us to capitalize on our long-term relationships in the institutional world.” Terry moved to Dallas from Atlanta in 2014 when she joined Stream Realty. In the past two years, she has handled more than 1 million square feet of office leases, recently assisting the Credit Union of Texas with its Allen relocation. “We are so thrilled to have Sara on board to lead this new division in our Investor Services group,” said Steve Everbach, President of Colliers International’s Central Region | U.S. Brokerage. “Her addition rounds out our suite of services and will be highly complementary to our recent growth in Investment Sales. This suite of services is a major focus of growth for Colliers going forward, and we expect to gain significant market share in the coming years.” Since joining the firm about five years ago, Everbach has doubled the size with several strategic hires. Just recently, Colliers added industry veterans Jorg Mast, Chris Paul, and Danny Miller to its Investment Sales and Capital Markets Services for clients who own or develop investment-grade multifamily and mixed-use properties in Texas and the surrounding region. The firm also announced that Will Haynes, a professional in the occupier services group since 2017, will assume expanded responsibilities after being promoted to managing director, office occupier services for Colliers’ North Texas.