Rockville, MD – Scheer Partners, the leading provider of fully integrated commercial real estate services for the health science industry in the Washington and Baltimore metropolitan areas, announced today that it has promoted Nate Crowe to a company vice president.
Crowe, formerly an associate with the firm, joined Scheer Partners in 2006 after a career change, and now specializes in representing tenants throughout Bethesda, Rockville and Gaithersburg.
Since joining the firm, he has successfully negotiated and completed lease transactions that total more than 425,000 square feet of medical, laboratory and office space.
In addition to his brokerage duties, in his new role, Crowe will have more responsibilities that center on corporate initiatives and strategic planning.
“It gives me great pleasure to promote Nate to a vice president at our firm,” says Robert Scheer, the president and founder of Scheer Partners. “When he came on board, Nate was new to the real estate world. He has worked hard and risen up the ranks. Over the past few years, Nate has completed some significant lease deals as well as key projects for big-name clients. He’s a team player and frequently takes on jobs beyond his transactional work. This promotion is well deserved.”
Currently, Crowe represents more than 400,000 square feet of space in the Washington region, with clients that include Advanced BioScience Laboratories and the J. Craig Venter Institute – two of the most successful and well-known life sciences businesses in this area.
Clients of Crowe praise him for his excellent service, focus on details, friendly nature, knowledge of the local commercial real estate market, and overall responsiveness.
Cindy Zitelman, president of the Jewish Coalition Against Domestic Abuse (JCADA), a non-profit organization founded in 1999 that works with other groups to assist victims of domestic abuse, says that Crowe was a delight to work with when he assisted JCADA last year in finding new space in Rockville.
“I know that we were a very small client, but you always gave us your attention and time,” Zitelman says of Crowe.