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Stream Realty Adds Managing Director, Senior Associate in Chicago

Jordan Decker and Adrian Boone have joined Stream Realty Partners, a national commercial real estate firm offering an integrated platform of services, from Cushman & Wakefield. Based in Chicago, Decker will serve as a managing director and lead the Chicago office tenant representation team with managing director Phil Geiger and SVP Brian Duffy.

Boone will serve as a senior associate. Both will be responsible for transaction management and new client and business pursuits.

Decker, Geiger, and Duffy will work with executive managing director and partner Patrick Russo to expand the firm’s occupier services platform and boost its presence in the Chicago market.  

Pictured, at top: Jordan Decker. Below: Adrian Boone.


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