Sterling Hillman is a Director of Crow Holdings Capital and has been with Crow Holdings since 2015. He assists in leading the Food & Service Retail Team in investment and asset management activities, beginning with Small Retail Fund I.
Sterling began his real estate career in 2004 with national real estate development company Foremark, Ltd., and affiliate Palio Partners in Dallas where he served as Director of Development. Sterling later joined Dallas based Leon Capital Group focusing primarily on value-add retail investment and new development throughout the country.
Sterling received a B.B.A. degree in Business Management from the University of Texas in Austin and is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers. In addition to serving on multiple nonprofit boards, Sterling also serves on the Council of the University of Texas Real Estate Finance Investment Center.
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