• Michael Jacoby | Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer

    Michael Jacoby is the Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Broad Street Realty, Inc. Mr. Jacoby has more than 31 years of experience in the real estate industry and is an expert in large-scale leasing, acquisition, and development transactions. He has successfully completed commercial property transactions involving the acquisition, financing, development and leasing of more than twenty two million square feet of properties throughout the United States. Mr. Jacoby personally focuses on overall corporate strategy and all aspects of Broad Street's successful acquisition program.


    Prior to co-founding Broad Street, Mr. Jacoby co-founded Core Location LLC, a firm focused on development, leasing, and capital partner relationships. During his time at Core Location, Mr. Jacoby was instrumental in the acquisition, financing, redevelopment, leasing and sale of the 1.2 million square foot Lakeside Technology Center in Chicago, Illinois, the World's largest data center as, the San Jose Technology Center in San Jose, California and the Metro Atlanta Technology Center, in Atlanta, Georgia. Prior to co-founding Core Location LLC, Mr. Jacoby was senior vice president and manager of the Ezra Company. He served as manager of the HQ office and on the Ezra Board of Directors. At Ezra, he specialized in advising and negotiating on behalf of technology companies throughout the United States.

    Professional Affiliations/Designations

    • ICSC- International Council of Shopping Centers
    • Urban Land Institute
    • Greater Washington Board of Trade
    • Economic Club of Washington DC
    • Commercial Real Estate Brokerage Association of Washington DC
    • Leadership Greater Washington
    • Vistage
    • ACG- Association for Corporate Growth
    • Licensed Commercial Real Estate Broker-Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia and Colorado



    Mr. Jacoby holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Washington & Lee University in Lexington, Virginia.

    Community/Personal Information

    Mr. Jacoby resides in Washington, D.C. with his wife Nathalie. They have five children. Mr. Jacoby is an avid sportsman and spent more than fifteen years as a youth sports coach in basketball and lacrosse. Mr. Jacoby regularly competes in Triathlons of all distances.

  • Tom Yockey | Founder and Director

    Tom Yockey is the Founder and Director of Broad Street Realty. Inc. The Maryland-based company provide fully integrated real estate leasing, corporate services, development, investment, and property management capabilities. With almost three decades of diverse experience in the commercial real estate industry, Mr. Yockey is a senior executive with a significant record of accomplishments and a proven team leader at both the corporate and project level. He has experience with both renovation and new construction projects in thirteen U.S. cities spanning from coast to coast, with an emphasis on the Washington, D.C. market. He has worked with many of the Nation's most innovative and respected architects, engineers and contractors in the development of state-of-the-art facilities. Mr. Yockey has successfully managed large complex technical teams and a full range of development activities including acquisitions, dispositions, financing, leasing, zoning/entitlements, site planning, design, and engineering, permitting, contractor bidding/negotiation, base building construction, tenant improvements and legal matters.


    Prior to co-founding Broad Street, Mr. Yockey was Principal and Director of Development for Core Location, LLC, where he managed a national development program, focusing on projects that directly address the unique demands of mission critical telecommunications infrastructure and Internet data center providers. His duties included managing the company's development/construction team in the delivery of 2,500,000 square feet of projects over a two-year period and participating as a key member of Core's acquisition and due diligence team. He directly managed the development of Core's two key projects in partnership with The Carlyle Group of Washington, D.C., including Lakeside Technology Center, Chicago, Illinois and San Jose Technology Center, San Jose, California.

    Previously, Mr. Yockey was a Senior Vice President at CarrAmerica, a national REIT, and its predecessor, The Oliver Carr Company. During his twelve years there, he was a key member of the executive team that managed the delivery of 11 million square feet of buildings nationally, and he was also the development manager for several large complex office projects.

    Professional Affiliations/Designations

    • Hamilton Square (280 SF office/retail project), Best Rehab/Renovation, 1997, Washington Business Journal

    • International Finance Corporation (700,000 SF headquarters) Excellence in Construction, 1997, Associated Builders and Contractors

    • Lakeside Technology Center (1.2 million SF data center project), Redevelopment of the Year, 2000, Greater Chicago Commercial Real Estate Awards

    • Pershing Court (33,000 SF office condo project), Award for Excellence for Best Suburban Renovation, 2008, Maryland/D.C. National Association of Industrial and Office Parks


    Mr. Yockey earned a Masters Degree from the Department of City and Regional Planning, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, as well as a B.A. in Economics from the University of Michigan.

    Community/Personal Information

    He is married, has two children and lives with his family in beautiful Evergreen, Colorado, where he recently moved after living in the Washington DC area for 35 years.

  • Daniel J. W. Neal

    Mr. Neal is the Chairman, CEO & Founder of Kajeet, Inc. a privately held, mission-driven company he conceived in 1996. Mr. Neal has raised over $120 million of institutional venture capital for the company, which is debt- and preference-free and profitable. Originally launched as a mobile operator providing the first cell phone for children with parental controls, the company today operates three lines of business at the dynamic intersection of cloud software and wireless networking technologies. Kajeet (www.kajeet.net), serving over 850 school districts and libraries across the U.S., delivers managed wireless solutions that close the Digital Divide by enabling underserved students to access the Internet at home and on school buses so they can do their homework. Arterra Mobility (www.arterra.com) provides sophisticated multi-network wireless OSS/BSS and enablement solutions, principally for Fortune 500 customers in the cable industry. Otarris (www.orarris.com) offers multi-network managed Internet-of-things (IoT) solutions to enterprises large and small in the Transportation, Facilities, Healthcare, Government and Public Safety sectors. Mr. Neal is an inventor on 31 U.S. patents in the fields of wireless technology and software.

    Before launching Kajeet in 2003, Mr. Neal served as CEO & Vice Chairman of VCampus Corporation (Nasdaq: VCMP), which pioneered the delivery of software-as-a-service (SaaS) e-learning applications for students and employees of both public and private sector enterprises.

    Prior to VCampus, Mr. Neal was part of the team that built USinternetworking (Nasdaq: USIX), where he conceived, launched, and led the company’s AppHost™ Division, one of the first businesses in the world to provide a SaaS-enablement platform for Independent Software Vendors. US internetworking had a successful IPO and secondary offering, and was subsequently acquired by AT&T.

    Mr. Neal previously forged international commercial relationships with telecommunications carriers in Latin America, Asia and the Middle East for the delivery of advanced communications and pioneering Internet technologies and services at Sprint Corporation (NYSE: S) and Global One Communications, Sprint’s joint venture with France Télécom (NYSE: ORAN) and Deutsche Telekom (FWB: DTE).

    Before entering the technology sector, Mr. Neal had a highly successful career in real estate finance and public sector real estate development. Having begun his career as an originator, analyst and syndicator of residential mortgage financing, at an OCC-chartered national bank, Mr. Neal pivoted his career into public service. For a municipality in Maryland, Mr. Neal directed and managed all activities relating to community and economic development, housing rehabilitation, municipal land use planning and development, and infrastructure development.

    As a result of his success in Maryland, Mr. Neal was recruited by the Public Buildings Service of the GSA to lead a large team of real estate facilities planners responsible for the analysis and programming of an 80 million square foot portfolio of owned and leased real estate in the national capital region. Mr Neal also worked at a senior level in the Office of the Vice President to effect management improvements in Federal real estate financing, development and portfolio management.

    Mr. Neal has raised over $150 million of investment capital and has been deeply involved in the creation, launch, growth and sale of technology and other start-up and early-stage companies, where he has frequently served as an investor and/or advisor. He is active in a wide range of business, investment and technology circles, including Mindshare and the Wharton Club of DC.
    Mr. Neal holds an AB in political science from the University of California, Berkeley, and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He has also studied at the University of Rochester and the University at Albany, SUNY.

  • Jeffrey Foster

    As Chief Financial Officer, Mr. Foster led process to sell DuPont Fabros in transaction valued over $7 billion which closed in September 2017.  In tenure of Chief Financial Officer achieved total shareholder return of 224% which was an average of 37% per annum.  Assumed key role at DuPont Fabros in IPO process which resulted in the completion of $735 million offering in October 2007.

    Mr. Foster was a major contributor in raising over $3 billion for DuPont Fabros post IPO through bonds, bank debt, preferred equity and common equity.

    He has performed lead role in 2012 successfully lobbying the Commonwealth of Virginia for a sales tax exemption for data center equipment. Mr. Neal has also met with Governor and Virginia Economic Development Council and testified to Virginia House of Delegates.

    Mr. Foster has a key role in negotiating and closing significant DuPont Fabros lease with contract value in excess of $250 million. He played an integral role on five-person team who developed and issued for GTE $1 billion of a new type of security, MIPS, which is a mixture of debt and equity offered through a limited partnership. This resulted in GTE obtaining innovative low-cost financing and improved ratings for senior secured debt.

  • Samuel Spiritos

    Sam Spiritos' clients recognize him as a sophisticated transactional attorney, trusted business advisor and an effectivenegotiator who truly understands their business needs. Over the course of his twenty-five-plus year career of successful deal-making, Sam has developed not only a masterful legal ability, but also strong relationships with many of the key players in the DC, Maryland and Northern Virginia real estate markets.

    He draws upon this experience (which includes training at a “big law” firm), along with his education credentials, to provide efficient legal services and trusted business advice that enables his clients to succeed and grow.

    In addition to being Managing Shareholder of Shulman Rogers, Sam actively practices and advises clients in commercial real estate transactions involving all asset classes. In this role, he serves many of the preeminent players in some of the largest and most complex acquisition and development projects in the DC Metro Area. Sam's legal acumen in the Real Estate arena has led to him previously serving as Chair of both the Shulman Rogers Real Estate Department and the Commercial Real Estate Transactions Practice Group. 

    Clients attest to the value Sam provides them through his unique skill set. Not only do they recognize him as one of the top real estate and transaction attorneys in the mid-Atlantic region, they also realize value from his knowledge of their business, his ability to provide pragmatic and on-point legal advice, and the meaningful connections to deals, investors, lenders and other opportunities that he generates for his clients.

  • Noah Shore

    Mr. Shore is a Managing Director for the Fortress Credit Funds Business based in Los Angeles.  Mr. Shore is head of the Real Estate Special Situations group and responsible for the West Coast Real Estate debt business.   Mr. Shore has spent the last 26 years of his career focused on commercial real estate investment and development.  Mr. Shore joined Fortress in 2007 and has originated direct loans, real estate and corporate securities, and real estate equity investments in most asset classes including office, hotel, retail, residential, and industrial.   Prior to joining Fortress, Mr. Shore was a Vice President at The Taubman Company where he spent nine years working in all aspects of real estate acquisitions, leasing and development, focused on enhancing existing value, as well as unlocking and/or creating new value. Mr. Shore is a full member of the Urban Land Institute, a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers, and on the National Advisor Board for the Real Estate Center at the University of Colorado. Mr. Shore received a B.S. in Finance from the University of Colorado Boulder.

  • Jeff Walraven

    Mr. Walraven has extensive experience with private and public real estate companies working on matters including capital markets, accounting and finance.

    Mr. Walraven has served as the Chief Operating Officer, a director and co-founder of Freehold Properties, Inc., a REIT that finances cannabis-related real estate, since its formation in May 2019. From January 2014 to May 2019, Mr. Walraven served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of MedEquities Realty Trust, Inc. (formerly, NYSE: MRT), an internally managed healthcare REIT that was initially funded privately in July 2014, completed an initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange in September 2016 and was subsequently sold to Omega Healthcare Investors, Inc. (NYSE: OHI) that closed in May 2019.

    From 2006 to 2013, Mr. Walraven held several positions with BDO USA, LLP, most recently as an assurance managing partner of the Memphis office, where his primary responsibilities included providing core and peripheral assurance services and business operational and tax consulting services. Mr. Walraven has over 20 years of public accounting experience, serving many public REIT clients since 1999. Mr. Walraven worked extensively with publicly-traded companies on all aspects of compliance with Securities Act (as defined below) and Exchange Act (as defined below) filings, including quarterly, annual and special reports, and compliance relating to acquisitions, dispositions and securities offerings. Mr. Walraven has had signing engagement partner responsibility for numerous public and private securities offering by REITs and other clients, including initial public offerings, secondary offerings and private placements.

    Mr. Walraven holds a Bachelor’s degree in Financial Management from Bob Jones University and a Masters of Professional Accountancy from Clemson University.