Senior Managing Director

North Texas, Mountain States, Pacific Northwest


Steve Bancroft joined Trammell Crow Residential in 2011 after having been employed at Crow Holdings for 20 years. Since joining TCR, Steve’s teams in DFW, Austin, Phoenix, Denver and PNW have sourced, financed and began construction on 33 projects totaling over $2.3B in capitalization and 9,000+ units.

His responsibilities while at Crow Holdings included leading the planning, design, development, TIF formation, and disposition of the Dallas Design District for the Crow Family; the placement, management, and disposition of multifamily, land, industrial and hotel assets for CHC Funds I-V (cumulatively over $3 billion of equity within the real estate funds); and the startup of an industrial development platform responsible for over 1.1 million sf of speculative warehouse development within the DFW metroplex.

A graduate of Southern Methodist University, Steve is actively involved in civic relations, including serving on the City of Dallas Downtown TIF Connection Board. He has also served multiple terms on The Real Estate Council Board where he chaired the 21st Annual Fight Night (2009), was active in the Stemmons Corridor Business Association (2003-2008), is an alumnus (2004) of The Real Estate Council's Associate Leadership Council class, steering committee (2005, 2008-2011) and is a past Programs Committee Chairman (2006-2007).

This overview is designed to introduce Crow Holdings and its various operating companies. Crow Holdings Capital is a U.S. SEC registered investment adviser and is the manager to the Crow Holdings Capital Funds. Crow Holdings Partners, L.L.C. is a U.S. SEC registered investment adviser and is the manager of the Crow Holdings Industrial Build-to-Hold Fund. Crow Holdings Capital, Crow Holdings Partners, Trammell Crow Residential, Crow Holdings Industrial and Crow Holdings Office are operated separately and independently from one another with separate senior leadership and investment committees. SEC registration does not imply a certain level of skill or training.