One of the 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 which he co-founded with his partner, Kelly Price. MainStreet Property Group is a leading real estate development firm that is dedicated to the vision, construction, and operation of landmark properties throughout the Puget Sound Region.
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.
Prior to MainStreet, Eric was the Founder and President of the home building company, CamWest Development LLC. CamWest built over 3,000 homes and developed over 50 communities in the Puget Sound Region from 1990 until CamWest was sold to Toll Brothers in 2011. 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. Under Eric’s leadership, CamWest was recognized with the prestigious “Gold Nugget” award, and the “American 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.
During his tenure, Eric has implemented Lean practices, strategic planning programs, and key marketing initiatives that led to long-range initiatives and success not only for the companies he led but for the Master Builders Association, Imagine Housing, and the University of Washington Runstad Department of Real Estate. When Eric had less grey hair, he was recognized as the 2006 Entrepreneur of the Year for Real Estate in the Pacific Northwest by Ernst & Young and Seattle 40 under 40.
Currently, Eric serves as the vice-chair for the Advisory Board for the University of Washington Runstad’s Department of Real Estate and serves on the Board for Forterra where he continues to advocate for increasing the knowledge of real estate through more education and community outreach.
Eric is a graduate of the University of Washington and lives on the Eastside with his wife and two twin boys.
Kelly Price is the Co-Founder and Executive leader of a vertically integrated family of companies focused on real estate development, construction, and property management in the greater Puget Sound region. Mr. Price is the President of MainStreet Property Group LLC, a leading real estate development company, the Chief Executive Officer of GenCap Construction Corp., a commercial general contractor, and the Chief Executive Officer of Insite Property Solutions LLC, a boutique property management firm. Mr. Price is a seasoned real estate executive with nearly 30-years of experience in all aspects of real estate development, construction, operations, and financing. He has completed billions of dollars in residential and commercial projects, financing, and other real estate transactions during his career.
Mr. Price leads the organization's Executive Team in setti ng strategic direction, managing organizational culture, and defining our collective purpose. Under his leadership, MainStreet, GenCap, and Insite have become leaders in the marketplace and have been honored with many regional awards, including NAIOP’s Developer of the Year. They strive to deliver “best in class” in everything they do and continue to pursue real estate opportunities across the Puget Sound region.
From 2001 to 2011, Mr. Price served as CFO and strategic executive of CamWest Development LLC. 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 and equity financing. With his leadership, CamWest successfully implemented “Lean Manufacturing” concepts across all aspects of the company, and lean improvement efforts and realized more than $10 million in cost savings while reducing cycle times and standardizing operational activities company-wide.
Prior to CamWest, Mr. Price was an initial employee and Chief Financial Officer of Emeritus Corporation (NYSE: ESC). Mr. Price joined Emeritus early on and successfully facilitated more than $2 billion of financial transactions, including debt (convertible, senior, subordinated) and equity (venture capital, preferred, and common stock). He also led Emeritus’ successful $100 million Initial Public Stock Offering (IPO) in 1996. Upon his departure in 2001, 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.
From 1991 to 1996, Mr. Price worked for Deloitte and Touche in the accounting and consulting groups and earned his CPA.
Mr. Price has held several Board of Director positions throughout his career, including the Master Builders Association, Village Theater, University of Washington Bookstore, and the 101 Club. He is a current member of the Advisory Group of Montlake Futures and Decatur Head Beach Association. He has served as a speaker and panelist on various real estate and finance topics. He is a current member of the Urban Land Institute, NAIOP, Washington Business Properties Association, Cascade Cycle Club, Washington State Bike Association, USA Cycling, Pacific Crest Trails Association, Fred Hutchinson President’s Circle, and the University of Washington President’s Circle.
Mr. Price graduated from the University of Washington Foster School of Business and lives in the Seattle area with his wife and two daughters and is an avid Husky fan, boater, cyclist, golfer, hiker, tennis player, and skier. He is also a passionate supporter of the University of Washington, Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Center, Make-a-Wish Foundation, Do It For The Love Foundation, Issaquah Schools Foundation, The Garage, and Sammamish Presbyterian Church. Mr. Price is also the Founder of The Mars Shot Foundation, The Learner’s Group and in 2010-2011 lived in Paris, France, with his family.
Jackie has been with the MainStreet organization since the beginning – Employee #1. In her role as Sr. Vice President and CFO, Jackie is responsible for leading the organization’s financial strategy including project capitalization, treasury management, tax planning, business operations, risk management, accounting and reporting, and investor relations. Through her tenure with the organization, Jackie and her team have been instrumental in implementing the systems and processes that have helped make the MainStreet organization truly “Best in Class.”
After receiving her bachelor’s degree from Gonzaga University, Jackie started her career in public accounting as an assurance services auditor at Moss Adams in Seattle. Jackie then moved on to serve 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 several decentralized homebuilding offices. Jackie is a Washington State licensed CPA and is a member of ULI, CREW, and CFMA.
Although born and raised in Portland, Jackie has lived in Seattle for over 20 years and calls this her home. Jackie lives in Woodinville with her husband and daughter and, when not working, can be found running, riding bikes, or walking on the Tolt Pipeline Trail. Recently, Jackie has resigned to the fact that she is a “Swim Mom” of her daughter and serves as a governing board member of the swim organization.
As Senior Vice President of Development for MainStreet Property Group LLC, Kim is responsible for overseeing the firm's acquisition, entitlement, development and construction activities across the Puget Sound Region. Kim leads a development and construction pipeline of more than $500 million in development and construction for mixed-use, multifamily and commercial projects ranging from 100 units to more than 400 units plus commercial office, restaurant and retail spaces. Kim has led the development and construction of more than 2,500 units within 15 projects across six Eastside jurisdictions over the past ten years. In 2016 Kim was named “40 Under 40” by the Puget Sound Business Journal. Kim has more than twenty 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 and is also a member of the ULI Multi-family Product Council. She participates on various committees and boards within the industry. In her spare time Kim enjoys coaching her kid’s sports teams and playing basketball. Kim and her husband Mark live in the Kirkland neighborhood with their two daughters.
As Vice President of People and Culture, Molly spearheads HR initiatives focusing on growing our culture and purpose, expanding team member engagement, creating career development paths with the associated training, and increasing our focus on health, wellness, and work/work/life balance.
Molly brings more than 25 years of Human Resources experience building and cultivating people programs. Prior to Mainstreet, Molly held numerous HR leadership roles in the technology sector and built and led a consulting firm focused on employee experience and engagement. Most recently, Molly led the HR team supporting the Product Development division of DocuSign through a rapid phase of global growth and scaling. Molly holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Washington in Communications. Her philanthropic interests have long been focused on advancing the interests of children and women. She has served on the boards of KidsQuest Children's Museum, National Charity League and National League of Young Men and is currently a passionate supporter of Stolen Youth. As a Seattle native, Molly embraces the Pacific Northwest in her free time and enjoys hiking, biking, skiing, wine tasting and traveling. A highlight of her life is visiting her daughter and son who both attend college out of state.
Rob is President of GenCap Construction Corp, with overall responsibility for 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 Chair for the University of Washington Construction Industry Advisory Council and is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Washington. Rob served as a Board member of DBIA NW Chapter and was an elected member of the Project Review Committee which serves under the CPARB state of Washington legislature to ensure that alternative project delivery applications meet the intent of statute RCW 39.10.
During his 27-year tenure in construction, Rob has served in various leadership positions such as Chief Estimator, Project Executive and Director of Design Phase Operations. Rob has professionally spoken on Progressive Design-Build and GCCM alternative project delivery, Lean Practices and Integrated Project Delivery at AIA, DBIA, University of Washington, Washington State University and Society of American Military Engineers. Several of Rob’s projects have received national awards from DBIA.
As President of Insite Property Solutions, Chantel leads the Company’s strategic planning, development and implementation of process standards and problem solving at all levels of the organization. Chantel successfully oversees the operational results of all communities and manages on-site teams through effective leadership, training, development, collaboration, and communication.
Prior to Insite, Chantel managed a team of 300+ employees and held various leadership roles in Human Resources, Operations, and Logistics at the Target Corporation.
Chantel graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Arts in Business 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 is a Real Estate Broker in the State of Washington and serves on the Education Committee for Washington Multi-Family Housing Association (WMFHA). Chantel enjoys spending her free time with her husband and their son, Jackson.