Nashville’s Rob Lowe Named to NBJ’s “Power 100 Dealmaker List”

November 25 2 min read

Rob Lowe joined Stream in March 2021 to help establish and build out Stream’s 13th office. Since then, the Nashville office has grown exponentially, from two people to 30+. Lowe was instrumental in recruiting over office leasing veterans Robby Davis and Stewart Lyman, as well as Lynn Sugg on the property management side of the business. Stream Nashville’s office leasing portfolio currently totals more than 6.4 million square feet, which includes such significant assignments as 3-7 Corporate Centre, Franklin Park, Neuhoff, One Nashville, 501 Commerce, Radius, and Commerce Center East, to name a few.

This marks the third time that Lowe has been named a Power 100 Dealmaker by the Nashville Business Journal during his tenure here at Stream, but he’s been recognized on multiple occasions throughout his commercial real estate career, which has spanned almost 30 years. The honor recognizes a Dealmaker as someone who is influential because they’re behind some of the most significant projects, impactful mergers, and the biggest negotiations in town. But it’s not just their job — they often have skin in the game, driving some of the region’s economy with their decisions.

Excerpt from Nashville Business Journal’s Power 100 Dealmaker write-up, by Martin B. Cherry
Rob Lowe, executive managing director and partner, Stream Realty Partners
Think of any major real estate deal in Nashville—it’s likely Rob Lowe either knows about it or he’s facilitating it. During his time at Cushman & Wakefield, Lowe was involved in recruiting finance giant AllianceBernstein to the 501 Commerce office tower at Fifth + Broadway, as well as leading leasing for Commerce Center East and Lyft’s regional headquarters downtown. The investor and part-time developer recently made a career switch and now leads real estate firm Stream Realty Partners’ Nashville office. Most recently, Lowe represented longtime Nashville businessman Lee Beaman through the sale of his coveted Midtown automotive dealership properties and has become involved in the transformation of downtown’s historic Arcade retail complex. Throughout his career, Lowe has guided buyers and sellers through some of Nashville’s largest deals, and it doesn’t seem like his momentum will slow anytime soon.

To read more about this year’s Dealmakers, click the link below:

Meet the 2023 Power 100: Dealmakers – Nashville Business Journal (

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