One of our most important goals at MainStreet is to continue growing and advancing as a team. We pride ourselves in thinking outside of the box. We are always open to new ideas and diverse perspectives, and we respect each viewpoint. We create long-lasting living and working environments, but we remember to always have fun along the way. Therefore, we try to make everything we touch a little bit better.
We strengthen our company by bringing remarkable people onto the team. Our team is made up of innovative thinkers who have great contributions to offer. As a company, we recognize that none of our successes would have been accomplished without each individual team member’s ability to communicate effectively, collaborate openly and ultimately believe in our mission.
Eric Campbell is the Chief Executive Officer of MainStreet Property Group LLC and GenCap Construction Co., leading real estate development and construction-management firms dedicated to the vision, construction, and operation of landmark properties throughout the Puget Sound Region.
Eric is also a Managing Member at Insite Property Solutions, which specializes in the management of multi-family properties.
In his myriad roles, Eric is widely recognized for his dynamic industry leadership. He has successfully overseen billions of dollars in real estate transactions, leading the helm in the purchase, development, and operations of award-winning, mixed-used communities.
Eric is the former Owner and President of CamWest Development LLC, an industry-recognized company he founded in 1990. He sold CamWest for $150 million to Toll Brothers, the largest homebuilder in revenue in the Puget Sound region. From 2012 to 2015, Eric led the successful transition of CamWest to Toll Brothers, which was completed in early 2015.
Throughout the course of his decades long career, Eric has received significant accolades for his professional accomplishments. In 2012, under Eric’s leadership, CamWest-Toll Brothers was recognized with the prestigious Gold Nugget Award and the Dream Home Award for Historic Renovation for its innovative urban infill community, Nettleton Commons. Prior to that, CamWest’s signature affordable community, Greenbrier Heights in Woodinville, was honored with the Governor’s Legacy of Livable Communities and VISION 2020 Awards.
Eric was recognized as the 2006 Entrepreneur of the Year for Construction and Real Estate in the Pacific Northwest. He also received the King County Earth Hero Award in 2005 for his commitment to green practices in the development of Shamrock Heights, a 4-star, Built Green, Low Impact Demonstration Community in Renton Highlands.
During his tenure, Eric has implemented Lean practices, strategic planning programs, and key marketing initiatives that led to long-range initiatives not only for the companies he led but for the Master Builders Association, Imagine Housing, and the University of Washington Runstad Center.
Eric lives on the Eastside with his wife and two twin boys and is a graduate of the University of Washington. He currently serves on the advisory board at UW’s Runstad Center and the Center for Real Estate Research.
Kelly Price is the President and Co-Founder of MainStreet Property Group LLC and leads the operations and strategy of the company. Mr. Price is a seasoned real estate executive with over twenty years of experience in the Seattle and Eastside marketplace and has completed billions of dollars in financial and real estate transactions.
MainStreet’s recent projects include Slater 116, a 108-unit mixed-use community in Kirkland, WA (www.liveatslater116.com), The 104, a 115-unit community in Bothell, WA (www.liveatthe104.com), Six Oaks (www.liveatsixoaks.com), a 203-unit mixed-use community, also in Bothell and The Spencer 68 Apartments and Lofts, a 138-unit apartment community located in Kenmore, WA (www.liveatspencer68.com). Current “on the boards” projects include The Carter, a 180-unit community located in Redmond, WA as well as several other mixed-use projects. The company continues to pursue other opportunities across the Puget Sound region.
In addition to MainStreet, Mr. Price is the Managing Partner of Insite Property Solutions (www.insitepropertysolutions.com), a boutique property management and investment firm located in Bothell, Washington and the President of GenCap Construction Corp., a commercial general contractor and the current General Contractor for MainStreet’s newest project, The Spencer 68.
From 2001-2011, Mr. Price served as CFO and strategic executive of CamWest Development LLC while the company became one of the largest residential developers and homebuilders in the Puget Sound region. In November 2011, Mr. Price facilitated the sale of CamWest to Toll Brothers, Inc., a privately traded homebuilder (NYSE:TOL). During his tenure at CamWest, he executed more than $500 million in debt equity financing. Under his leadership, CamWest successfully implemented “Lean Manufacturing” concepts across all aspects of the company and lean improvement efforts realizing more than $10 million in cost savings while reducing cycle times and standardizing operational activities company-wide.
Prior to CamWest, from 1996-2001, Mr. Price was an initial employee and Chief Financial Officer of Emeritus Corporation (NYSE:ESC). Mr. Price joined Emeritus early on in its growth and successfully facilitated more than $2 billion of financial transactions, including debt (convertible, senior, subordinated) and equity (venture capital, preferred stock), and led Emeritus’ successful $100 million Initial Public Stock Offering (IPO) in 1996. Upon his departure, Emeritus was one of the largest assisted living developers and operators in the United States with more than 6,000 employees and operations in 37 states and Japan and continues to be a leader in the industry today. From 1991-1996, Mr. Price worked for Deloitte Touche in the accounting and consulting groups and earned his CPA.
Throughout his career, Mr. Price has held a number of Board of Director positions including the Master Builders Association, Village Theater, University of Washington Bookstore and has served as a speaker and panelist on a variety of real estate and Finance topics. He is a current member of the Urban Land Institute, the Association for Corporate Growth, the 101 Club where he is a board member and the Rapha Cycle Club. Mr. Price graduated from the University of Washington Foster School of Business and lives in the Seattle area with his wife and 2 daughters and is an avid Husky fan, cyclist, golfer, hiker and cross country skier. He is also a passionate supporter of the Ben Towne Foundation, Seattle Children’s Hospital, Sammamish Presbyterian Church, Issaquah Schools Foundation and in 2010-2011 lived in Paris, France with his family.
Jackie brings more than 15 years of experience in finance and management in real estate to her role as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. She is responsible for overseeing MainStreet’s finances, accounting, reporting, operations, corporate policies, human resources, and risk management. Jackie also manages the company’s lending and investor relationships. Jackie was MainStreet’s first employee!
Prior to MainStreet, Jackie served as Controller for the West Coast homebuilder, Geonerco Management LLC, where she was in charge of all financial reporting, internal audit and accounting functions for three decentralized homebuilding offices.
Jackie is a Washington State licensed CPA with a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Gonzaga University. She is an active member of CFMA, ULI and CREW. Jackie is dedicated to working out, taking long walks or bike rides around her neighborhood trails, running and skiing. She and her husband, William, have a daughter, Lauren, and reside in Woodinville.
As Senior Vice President of Development for MainStreet Property Group LLC, Kim is responsible for overseeing all of the firm's development and construction activities across the Puget Sound Region. Kim leads a development pipeline of more than $300 million in development and construction for mixed-use, multifamily and commercial projects ranging from 100 units to more than 300 units plus commercial office and retail spaces. In 2016 Kim was named “40 Under 40” by the Puget Sound Business Journal. Kim has over fifteen years of diverse experience in the real estate development and construction industry.
Kim, a native Eastsider, attended Eastlake High School in Sammamish and then earned a scholarship to Santa Clara University where she played Division I College Basketball for four years. Kim is a Designated Real Estate broker in the State of Washington and serves on the Santa Clara University Real Estate Advisory Board. She is also a member of CREW and participates on various committees and boards within the industry. In her spare time Kim enjoys coaching her kids sports teams, playing basketball and running. Kim and her husband Mark live in the Kirkland neighborhood with their two daughters Emily and Mia.
With nearly 20 years of experience, Katie Cartwright specializes in strategic brand development, managing the creation of the product voice and brand identity all the way through to the retail sales and resident living experience . During her tenure at MainStreet, Katie has successfully launched more than 10 new apartment community projects, including spearheading the customer experience for more than 1,200 new residents. Most recently, Katie was selected to head up MainStreet's first "For Sale" townhome project, The Landing, a 58-home project located in Downtown Bothell.
Prior to MainStreet, Katie honed her unique marketing skill set on both the client and agency sides. Katie started her career at Saatchi & Saatchi, working on the Toyota and Scion national automotive brands, and then moved on to J. Walter Thompson, where she managed a $21 million dollar advertising budget for the Northwest Ford Dealer Association account. Taking what she learned from her agency days, Katie then became a consultant for numerous nonprofits and startups, providing media buying, sales, branding, website and social media support.
Katie currently is a member of various real estate organizations: Urban Land Institute, Commercial Real Estate Development Association, CREW- Commercial Real Estate Women and Washington Multi-Family Housing Association.
Katie graduated from the University of Oregon's Journalism school with an emphasis in Advertising. She lives in Northeast Seattle, and keeps busy as a mom of two children, Reilly and Jack, and as a volunteer at The Healing Center, a nonprofit grief-support organization.
Chantel oversees Insite Property Solutions, developing and implementing company standards and problem solving at all levels of the organization. She leads the operations of all communities and manages on-site staff through implementation of effective recruitment, training, coaching, development, and mentoring. In addition, Chantel strategizes, coordinates, and manages the Human Resource functions of the organization.
Before Insite, Chantel held various leadership roles in Human Resources, Operations, and Logistics at the Target Corporation. During her time at Target she was selected as the District Resource for all Human Resource and Operations Executive Team Leaders. In addition, under her title as Executive Team Leader Logistics, she was selected as District Trainer for all incoming Logistics Executives.
Chantel graduated from the University of Washington in 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts in Business and Administration: Human Resources and Finance. She currently serves on the UW Undergraduate Women in Business Alumni Advisory Board, where she strives to connect and prepare the next generation of female business leaders. Chantel enjoys spending her free time playing multiple intermural sports, wine tasting, and camping.
Marc Boettcher serves as Vice President of Development, and brings more than 10 years of experience in property acquisition, development and construction to the company. He specializes in seeking and procuring real estate development and investment opportunities in the Puget Sound Region. During his tenure at MainStreet, Marc has managed the development of more than 400 apartment units and 20,000 square feet of retail.
Prior to MainStreet, Marc worked at Trammell Crow Residential, Alliance Residential and Wood Partners. In those roles, he was responsible for the successful development of more than 1,200 apartment units and 35,000 square feet of retail.
Marc has a BA from the University of Washington and a Master’s in Real Estate from the University of Denver. He is an avid fisherman, skier, and outdoorsman, and has been known to make a mean pickle or two. Marc is a native of Seattle, and lives on the Eastside with his wife and daughter.
Rob is President of GenCap Construction Corp, with overall responsibility of the business and the success of each project. Rob graduated from the University of Washington with a B.S. degree in Construction Management, and is a certified DBIA Professional. Rob serves as Vice-Chair on the Construction Industry Advisory Council for the University of Washington, is a Board member and VP of DBIA NW Chapter and Adjunct Professor at the University of Washington. Rob is also an appointed member of the Project Review Committee which serves under the CPARB state of Washington legislative committee, to ensure that alternative project delivery applications meet the intent of statute RCW 39.10.
During his 25 year career in construction, Rob has served in various leadership positions such as Chief Estimator, Construction Executive and Director. Rob has professionally spoken on GCCM delivery, Lean Practices and Integrated Project Delivery at AIA, DBIA, University of Washington, Washington State University and Society of American Military Engineers.
Jeff joined Mainstreet Property Group in September 2015 as the Controller and brings more than 16 years of dedicated finance experience.
Prior to joining Mainstreet, Jeff worked primarily in the technology sector. In his previous role as Sales Controller, Jeff supported a nearly $1B annual North American phone sales division for Nokia, which was later acquired by Microsoft. In this role, he partnered with Sales VP’s and their teams in developing impactful financial strategies for devices. Prior to his role at Nokia, Jeff provided financial support for the construction and development of new branch builds for Washington Mutual Bank.
Jeff graduated from Seattle University with both his Masters and Undergraduate degrees in finance. His hobbies include real estate, running and the stock market. He resides in Renton with his wife and 2 daughters.
Kara Cannon is MainStreet's Accounting Manager and brings with her a host of experience in Development and Construction, including serving as an integral team member on projects including a private hospital in Guam, a 40-story apartment complex near Pike's Place Market and the NAIOP award winner Weyerhaeuser Corporate headquarters in Pioneer Square. Kara graduated from University of Washington with a Degree in Business Administration and a Certificate in Accounting. She is currently working on achieving her CPA designation.
Kara has travelled to over 30 countries! Her favorites include Italy and Paulu island where she has been scuba diving! Kara spends most of her free time with her Frenchie pup Sherlock, playing in the park or going on hikes.
Licensed Senior Interior Designer, Randa brings a high-end residential and commercial hospitality design background to MainStreet Property Group. Her training in construction management aids in her ability to collaboratively lead team efforts in all phases of project design from conception to completion while ensuring execution of such items as ADA compliance, identifying value add opportunities and performing design assurance reviews. She places special emphasis on conceptual design, space planning, documentation, material, lighting and furniture selections. Utilizing hand rendering and 3d techniques, Randa helps ensure that the project is visualized to its fullest.
Prior to MainStreet, Randa worked as a lead Associate for GGLO Architecture based in Seattle where her design aesthetic and entrepreneurial skills proved valuable in contributing to the firm's increased hospitality project portfolio where she worked on resort communities. Randa also owned her own business and worked independantly from concept through Construction Administration on several multi-million dollar homes, concept stores and retail outelts in the Aspen, Colorado valley.
Randa holds a NCIDQ Certificate No. 027144, LEED AP ID + C, IIDA, ASID, has a CIDA Accredited Degree, Bachelor of Science in Interior Design, as well as, a Bachelors of Applied Human Sciences in Construction Management from Colorado State University. She also is a member of the Board of Directors for the Pacific Northwest Chapter of NEWH as the Fundraising Director. In her spare time, Randa enjoys being out in the great PNW. She has summited 19 mountains over 14K feet, including Washington’s own Mount Rainer!
Corinne serves as both the Financial Accountant and Human Resources Representative at MainStreet. Prior to joining MainStreet, Corinne gained accounting experience at Insite, where she assisted with month-end and year-end financial statements for over 10 properties. Additionally, Corinne was responsible for the company financials, cash management, budgeting, account reconciliation of bank and GL accounts and payroll at Insite.
Corinne graduated from San Francisco State University with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting. She devotes her spare time to camping, hiking, attending concerts, watching reality television, and playing Harry Potter Trivia.
Lara serves as the Accounting Specialist at MainStreet, as well as a Project Coordinator for GenCap. She is responsible for compiling contracts, working with consultants and financial commitments with subcontractors.
Before MainStreet, Lara held an accounting position for three years at Ocular Instruments. During her time at Ocular, Lara was in charge of working with vendors, writing PO’s for purchasing, printing checks, entering invoices, and managing the financial accounts of hospitals, doctors and distributors. She holds a BA in Liberal Arts from Washington State University.
Lara enjoys spending her free time reading, attending happy hours, playing any kind of board game and catching up with friends.
George serves as a Development Project Coordinator for MainStreet. Before MainStreet, George had a seven-year professional soccer career in Major League Soccer. He played for FC Dallas and New York City FC. He also served as an official team representative for the Major-League Soccer Player Union for the past five years. George earned his degree in Business Administration at the Michael G. Foster School of Business at the University of Washington.
In his spare time, George enjoys traveling, dancing, cooking and volunteering at the St. Demetrious Greek Orthodox Church.
As Administrative Coordinator for MainStreet, Shawn is responsible for keeping the office running smoothly. He does this by overseeing a variety of administrative and office support duties for all three companies.
Prior to joining MainStreet, Shawn served as a Barista, Supervisor and Senior Customer Relations representative at Starbucks Corporate Office for the past 15 years. He earned his degree in Customer Service at the Starbucks School of Life.
In his spare time, Shawn enjoys gardening and spending time with family and friends at his cabin in Oregon.