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Steven Stowers has joined KeyBank Real Estate Capital as senior banker in the Northeast region

KeyBank Real Estate Capital Names Senior Banker for Northeast

KeyBank Real Estate Capital has appointed Steven Stowers to senior banker in the Northeast region. Stowers is responsible for advising private owners and investors of commercial real estate based in the Northeast. He is based in the firm’s New York City office and reports to Alan Isenstadt, who leads the New York City and Philadelphia teams for KeyBank Real Estate Capital’s Income Property Group. 

“With a proven track record and depth-of-market expertise, Steven has cultivated solid industry relationships,” said Isenstadt. “He will be a valuable asset to our team as we continue to expand our platform in the Northeast.” 

Stowers has more than 20 years’ commercial real estate finance experience. Before joining KeyBank, Stowers was a VP in construction and commercial real estate lending at Kearny Bank, covering New York City and Philadelphia. Previously, he was a VP with the CMBS commercial real estate finance group at Morningstar Credit Ratings.


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