Executive Vice President & Partner

Anthony oversees business development and leasing across Fortune 500 enterprise accounts, and is instrumental in guiding the company’s collaborative ecosystem of partnerships, which include brokerage relationships, alliance partners and Stream’s growing channel program.

Bringing more than two and a half decades of technical real estate expertise to the team, Anthony delivers data center and commercial real estate insight to ensure Stream excels at meeting customers’ evolving needs with tailored mission-critical solutions.

Over the years, Anthony has served as an expert panelist and guest speaker for a number of professional data center organizations, including datacenterHawk, Data Center Dynamics, in addition to multiple AFCOM events and panels.

Prior to joining Stream Data Centers in 2007, Anthony was a founding member of the data center solutions group at CBRE, where he specialized in delivering data center services to technical real estate owners and users.

Anthony holds a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics with an emphasis in Real Estate Valuation from Texas A&M University.

Education & Designations

  • BS – Texas A&M University


  • Infrastructure Masons
  • Stream Realty Chili Cookoff Champion – 2018, 2019, 2021

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