Key hires at Stream Realty point to bullish future

Stream Realty Partners’ industrial division recently expanded with the addition of Tyler Maner in Houston as managing director. Maner has since brought on Heath Donica, Andrew Littlefield, Davis Lamberton and William Carpenter.

“We successfully lease and manage a 30 million square foot portfolio of institutional-grade industrial assets in the Houston market. We attribute that achievement to our people—the cornerstone of our company.  We want to continue that momentum by heavily investing in talented people across the platform,” said Justin Robinson, Partner at Stream. “We hire the best people and immerse them in a culture driven by excellence and arm them with industry-leading training, resources and market intelligence. Add the expectation of a strong work ethic, and you have an unstoppable real estate professional who can deliver solutions.”

Prior to joining Stream, Donica was a professional baseball player with the Oakland Athletics System and Littlefield was formerly with Transwestern; they come aboard as associates. Lamberton will serve as analyst to support the growth of the tenant representation platform. Focusing on both agency leasing and tenant representation, Carpenter has been recruited from Boyd Commercial as an associate, further bolstering efforts.

In addition to these recent talent acquisitions, Stream will be announcing two experienced new hires by the end of the year.

“The industrial real estate sector is growing and evolving dramatically, and Houston’s industrial market has grown and become more sophisticated as a result,” said Matteson Hamilton, managing director and partner with Stream. “At Stream, we pride ourselves on being good students of the market, and our planned growth mirrors that.” 

Despite challenges caused by COVID-19, Stream’s Houston Industrial team is forecasting their best year yet from a transaction volume standpoint. Year-to-date, Stream’s Houston industrial team has closed on 144 industrial transactions totaling over 4.7 million square feet, 15 of which were over 100,000 square feet.