Stream Realty Partners Hires 5 CBRE Brokers For Northern Virginia Team
Stream Realty Partners has hired a team of longtime CBRE brokers to fill out its new Northern Virginia office.
Jeff Roman and Erik McLaughlin will become co-managing directors of Stream's Northern Virginia leasing team and Malcolm Schweiker and Carter Byrnes will become executive vice presidents. All were senior vice presidents at CBRE.
“The market of commercial real estate providers has shrunk via consolidation for decades, making it harder for bigger companies to stay true to the values and strategies that our clients demand,” McLaughlin said in a statement. “Clients need to be first, always. Stream’s client-first focus and constant strides toward excellence in market intelligence, service, and execution are what make me excited to join the team.”
Jaclyn Purzycki will also transition to Stream from CBRE, where she has served as an associate since October 2021, according to her LinkedIn profile. She will be a senior associate at Stream, focusing on bringing in new business for the Northern Virginia team.
Stream touted the team's 109 years of combined experience in a release, saying the new hires will enhance the firm's leasing, property management and construction management services.
Dallas-based Stream launched its Northern Virginia office by hiring Anthony Chang, formerly of WashREIT, as managing director in September 2021. Their portfolio currently includes more than 3.3M SF.
Other members of Stream's team in the region include Andrew Eichberg, who serves as another managing director in Northern Virginia, and Kyle Luby, who serves as executive managing director and partner at Stream in D.C.
"Our privately held status allows us to invest deeply in our people and teams during a challenging point in the business cycle," Luby said. "While other organizations may be cutting back, we see this as the perfect opportunity to double down on strategically important markets and teams."