Eric Campbell is the Chairman of MainStreet Property Group LLC, which he co-founded with his partner, Kelly Price. MainStreet Property Group is a leading real estate development firm 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.