StreetLights Residential announces new CFO and two senior leadership promotions

StreetLights Residential, a design-driven developer of multifamily and mixed-use communities, is pleased to announce three executive-level promotions. Andrew Kastanos has been promoted to chief financial officer, and Case Killgore and C.J. Cacheris have joined StreetLights’ senior management team as president of development and president of design-build, respectively.

Kastanos, who was promoted to senior vice president of finance in 2022, and chief financial officer at the end of 2022, is responsible for all debt and equity capital markets, as well as capital relationship management. Kastanos was one of the first employees at StreetLights after its founding in 2011, starting as a senior financial analyst, and was the first member of the senior management team to be brought up from inside the organization. During his time at StreetLights, he has been involved in 44 project starts and $3.4 billion capitalized to date.

Killgore has been promoted from senior vice president of development to president of development, joining the senior management team. Killgore is responsible for overseeing the company’s development efforts across the country, including feasibility and site selection. Prior to this, he oversaw all regional development efforts after establishing the portfolio management platform. He has been with StreetLights since 2019.

Cacheris joins the senior management team as president of design-build after functioning as senior vice president of design-build. Cacheris oversees the vertically integrated organizational structure of the core architectural, interior design and construction business units. During his time at StreetLights, C.J. has acted as senior vice president of design-build, vice president of LEAN and LEAN director. Bringing his expertise in organizational change management, business architecture and knowledge of startup technology process frameworks to StreetLights, he has transformed the way the company thinks about flow of work and how things get done.