Stream Realty Partners announced that Weldon Martin has joined its office division as a senior vice president in the firm’s Houston office. In this role, Martin will continue to specialize in office tenant representation and will also be tasked with expanding Stream’s presence in the Houston office market, responsible for sourcing, winning and executing business across all service lines, including leasing, acquisition and development opportunities. “Weldon places a premium on relationships, so client service is not just a philosophy, it is one of his core values,” said Ryan Barbles, managing director of Stream Houston’s office division. “He has built solid relationships with a myriad of notable local clients for the past decade, and his ability to deliver results for clients will further strengthen Stream’s local platform of services. We are thrilled to have him join our growing team here in Houston.” Prior to joining Stream, Martin spent seven years at CBRE, most recently as a first vice president. While there, he handled more than 340 office lease transactions totaling over 2.2 million square feet on behalf of both tenants and institutional owners. Before joining CBRE, Martin represented office tenants at Avison Young. While there, he was named North American Rookie of the Year in recognition of his achievements. “Stream is entrepreneurial, nimble and adept at servicing clients quickly, offering them the best possible solutions. During this challenging market climate, I felt it was the perfect opportunity to leverage the previous successes of Stream Houston and help take the office division to the next level,” said Martin. “I look forward to joining a distinct culture that strives toward service, and I’m excited for the opportunity to further enhance and grow this well-established Houston team.” Martin has been active in the local Houston community for years, serving as board chair and founder of Champions for Children at Texas Children’s Cancer Center. Additionally, he acts as a board member on the Cancer Center’s Advisory Board. Martin attended Baylor University on a four-year golf scholarship, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. Upon graduation, Martin briefly competed on the Adams Pro Golf tour before ultimately deciding to pursue a career in commercial real estate.