Kyle Luby serves as Managing Partner for the Washington, DC metro area. In this capacity, Kyle is responsible for further developing the company’s platform throughout the region and overseeing its various service lines – including agency leasing, tenant representation, development, acquisitions, and property management.
In 2013, Kyle relocated from Atlanta to open Stream’s DC office. Under Kyle’s direction, Stream has emerged as one of Washington, DC’s fastest growing commercial real estate companies. The firm represents several of the region’s largest institutional investors and consistently ranks as one of the ‘Best Places to Work’ by the Washington Business Journal.
In 2009, Kyle relocated from Dallas to join Co-Managing Partner Ben Hautt in the opening of Stream’s Atlanta office. The move established the company’s first office outside of Texas. In 2011, the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors recognized Kyle as the highest producing broker – across all product types and service lines – in the market under the age of 35.
Kyle began his career in Stream’s Dallas office in 2005 as the company’s first summer intern. Being unpaid, he worked for Stream during the day and ran youth football camps for local elementary schools in the evenings. Kyle later accepted a full-time position on the agency leasing team.
Kyle attended Washington & Lee University, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Economics. During his time at W&L, Kyle was a four-year starter on the football team and was named conference player of the year following his senior season. He now enjoys spending time on his farm in The Plains, Virginia with his wife, Sarah Jo, and daughter, Mary Owen.
Education & Designations
- BA – Economics (Magna Cum Laude) – Washington and Lee University
- Eagle Scout, Boy Scouts of America
- Board of Directors – Commercial Real Estate Brokerage Association (CREBA)
- Oxford Properties
- Norges Bank
- JP Morgan Asset Management
- Morgan Stanley
- Property Group Partners
- Federal Realty Investment Trust
- Principal Financial Group
- MRP Realty
- GI Partners
- Douglas Development
- Grosvenor Americas
- Asana Partners
- Sidra Real Estate
- SJG Properties
- Masaveu International
- National Community Reinvestment Coalition
- SC Herman & Associates