Sixth Street Interviews
Using face-to-face interviews gives interviewers direct access to hard-to-reach people. It also allows them to catch verbal and non-verbal cues that may not be picked up in other methods of interview.
The entertainment district has a tarnished reputation, thanks to high crime and homelessness rates. But Ryan and business owners like Woody believe it can bounce back.
As a thunderstorm drenches downtown Austin, Bob Woody checks in with his staff at Micheladas—one of the 16 businesses he owns throughout Central Texas. He tells them to watch out for tumbling umbrellas and toppled tables. It’s not the first time a storm has hit Sixth Street, and it probably won’t be the last.
Robert Hilliard Woody was a professor of history at Duke University from 1929 to 1970. His academic specialty was southern history and American history. He was an author, editor, and contributor to several books and journals. He also served on many graduate examining committees. He wrote about the Civil War, South Carolina during reconstruction, republican newspapers, mountain culture, and folklore.
As for Stream’s plans for the entertainment district, it will take time to see how well they work out. But a revamped Sixth Street must balance the desire for an upscale vibe with the nostalgia for the neighborhood’s storied past. If it does, Woody believes the district will be a success.
Caitlyn Ryan is a former Degrassi student and journalist who now hosts an environmental television show. She has a history of epilepsy but is now seizure free. She made her debut in Kiss Me, Steph and departed in Jessie’s Girl.
After class Caitlin tries to take her medication by the water fountain, but is interrupted by Susie. She explains to Susie that her mother owns the factory that is polluting the air, she also tells her that she beat Kathleen in an audition for the school play.
Later at home, Caitlyn talks to her mother about her relationship with Joey. She feels that he does not give her enough attention. She also reveals that she has been hooking up with Keith, who is a Hollywood producer. She ends the relationship when she discovers that he has doubts about marriage. She then moves to Los Angeles and starts dating a director named Claude Tanner.
Stream Realty is one of the fastest-growing full-service commercial real estate companies in the nation. Its 900 employees work on office, industrial, retail, and healthcare assignments, conducting more than $3.6 billion in real estate transactions each year. The company was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Dallas, Texas.
Founded in 1996, Stream Realty Partners began with a vision—not of bricks and mortar but of people at the foundation. Since then, it has grown from two original partners to a firm that today is diverse in product type and geography. The company’s current portfolio includes more than 250 million square feet.
Stream Realty Partners is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 1 out of every 5 Stream Realty Partners employees think their compensation is in the top 5% of similar sized companies. 1 out of every 5 Stream Realty employees say their manager helped them onboard well at the company. 100% of Stream Realty employees think their department KPIs and OKRs are clear.
Alan Waxman is a co-founder and CEO of Sixth Street, a global investment firm. Its more than 500 investment and control-side professionals operate as a single team around the world. Its long-term flexible capital and data-enabled capabilities allow it to deliver solutions for companies at all stages of growth. The company’s investments include Airbnb, AirTrunk, Bay FC, Biohaven, and Legends.
He also serves on the boards of the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Peninsula and Rising Ground, a social justice organization. He is a founding member of the Advisory Council for Concrete Rose, a venture capital fund that invests in underrepresented founders of color.
A new wave of investment is coming to the once-sleepy Sixth Street district. Investors like Stream Realty are betting big on the area’s future. Their goal is to reimagine the district and attract tourists back to the city. They also want to reduce crime and attract a younger crowd. This will help the neighborhood regain its reputation as an exciting nightlife destination.