Meet Our Team
- Graduated from University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Science degree.
- Active and on the boards of numerous charities including: Jewish Community Center, Jewish Federation of Detroit and JPM.
- Resides in Huntington Woods with his wife and three children.
Todd Sachse is one of the partners of Broder & Sachse Real Estate. He is involved in many areas of corporate strategic planning for the company, and is on the firm’s leadership team. As majority owner of Broder & Sachse’s sister company, Sachse Construction, Mr. Sachse has developed a loyal clientele of customers who require a firm that is World Class in caring for its clients in a variety of building categories such as high-end retail and restaurant projects, renovation of vintage buildings, medical and general office build-outs, as well as development and construction of multi-family projects. Mr. Sachse earned his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Michigan. Upon graduation, he founded and operated several businesses related to property operations and maintenance.
Todd is involved in a variety of community and charitable organizations. He served as President of the Jewish Community Center and is on the Board of Directors. He is Chairman of the Real Estate and Property Management Committee for the Jewish Federation of Detroit (Liaison), and he is on the Executive Committee & Board of Governors for JFMD.
He and his family reside in Huntington Woods, Michigan.
- Graduated from University of Michigan with a B.A. in Urban Studies.
- Active and on the boards of numerous charities such as: Jewish Federation of Metro Detroit, Detroit Institute of Arts, JAFINA, JAFI, Detroit P2G
- Resides in West Bloomfield with his wife and two daughters.
Rich Broder is a founder and one of the partners of Broder & Sachse Real Estate. In his current role, he is responsible for the company’s strategic activities. Under his leadership, Broder & Sachse Real Estate has grown from a start-up business to a full-service third-party property management, acquisition, and development company. Having sold the third-party business in 2017, Broder & Sachse Real Estate now manages its portfolio, which currently has an AUM of about $350 million.
Rich is a graduate of the University of Michigan, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Urban Studies. Upon graduation, he joined Farbman Stein and Company as a property manager and became Executive Vice President of Farbman Stein. Rich and Todd Sachse formed Broder & Sachse Real Estate in 1993.
Rich is involved in a variety of community and charitable organizations. Currently, he is the co-chair of Detroit P2G’s Israel and Overseas Department, where he also served as the past chairman of the organization. Additionally, Rich is a board member of JAFINA and JAFI’s Partnership Global Council and serves on the Board of Governors of the Jewish Federation of Metro Detroit. He’s held numerous other positions in the community, including the past president of the Hebrew Free Loan Association of Metropolitan Detroit and the International Association of Hebrew Free Loans.
As an avid fan of the arts, Rich serves as the treasurer of the Detroit Institute of Arts’ Friends of Modern and Contemporary Art department. Before this position, he was the treasurer of the Department of Drawings, Prints, and Photography Board.
Rich lives in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, with his wife, Lisa, and has two grown children living in Chicago.
- Graduate of University of Wisconsin-Madison with a B.A. in International Relations.
- Serves on the board of directors of the Jewish Vocational Services and the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit.
- Resides in Huntington Woods with his family.
Lee A. Hurwitz is a Partner and President of Broder & Sachse Real Estate. He is responsible for the global and daily implementation of the company’s business strategy and goals. Lee is responsible for the implementation of Team culture and health, the company’s finances, operational and transactional oversight. As the company’s integrator, Lee is also involved in setting and implementing corporate strategic goals and objectives.
Lee is a 1994 graduate of the University of Wisconsin and holds a Bachelor of Political Science degree, with a concentration in International Business. He has been with Broder & Sachse since 1996, starting as an assistant Property Manager. Lee became a Property Manager in 1997, Director of Property Management in 2000, Vice President-Acquisition, Development, and Asset Management in 2003, and Chief Investment Officer in 2015. Lee was named to his current position in 2016. He is a licensed real estate salesperson in the State of Michigan.
Lee is involved in a variety of community and charitable organizations. He is currently on the board of Trustees of the Jewish Vocational Services, and its past Board Chairman from 2011-2013.In addition, he serves as an ex-officio of the Real Estate Division of the United Jewish Foundation, and currently serves on the Executive Committee of Governors of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit. Lee is an active member of Young Presidents Organization (YPO).
- Graduated from Michigan Technological University with a B.S. in Civil Engineering
- Active member with the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)
- Resides in Birmingham with his wife and four sons
Steve Robinson is the vice president of acquisitions & development for Broder & Sachse Real Estate. In his role, Steve is responsible for creating and executing a pipeline of acquisition and development opportunities for the company and investor network. His duties also include structuring the capital stack and identifying the right financial partners.
Before joining Broder & Sachse Real Estate, Steve held a variety of roles in the real estate industry that led him to being named one of Crain’s Detroit Business’ Top 40 Under 40 in 2006. Specifically, Steve was the founder and principal of Versa Development Co. from 2008-2021. Additionally, he was also the former founder and principal of Robinson CRES from 2021-2022. In his role with Robinson CRES, he oversaw a portfolio that encompassed multifamily properties, industrial buildings, office spaces, and retail shops.
Beyond his day-to-day responsibilities, Steve is also an active member with the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC). Previously, he served as the president of the Michigan Association of Planning (MAP). He was also a board member and chair of the property committee at Tamarack Camps.
Steve resides in Birmingham, Michigan. Outside of work, he enjoys skiing, stand up paddleboarding, and hanging out with his wife and four sons.
- Myra earned her BA from the University of Arizona, and her MBA from the University of Detroit Mercy.
- Myra has been a human resources and finance professional for over 15 years.
- Myra has been involved with a variety of charitable organizations including the Boys & Girls Clubs, and the Children’s Center of Wayne County.
Myra Ebarb is the Vice President of People, Perks & Empowerment for Sachse Construction and Broder & Sachse Real Estate. Her responsibilities include overseeing all functions of human resources, including team member relations, performance management, training, talent acquisition, benefits/wellness, business process, and diversity/equity & inclusion.
Myra has been in human resources and finance for over 20 years, having served as the Finance/Human Resources Director at the Boys & Girls Clubs, Finance Director for the Children’s Center of Wayne County, and the District Finance and Human Resources Manager for Edy’s Grand Ice Cream. She currently serves as Treasure for NAMI Detroit, and Crisis to Connection committee member with The Children’s Center.
Myra earned her BA from the University of Arizona, and her MBA from the University of Detroit Mercy. She is also SPHR and SHRM-SCP certified.
- Graduated from American University with a Bachelor of Arts, Communications, Political Science
- Crain's Detroit Business Notable Real Estate Executives 2021
- Jill resides in Midtown Detroit and is currently an ambassador for the Detroit Regional Chamber of Commerce
Jill Brack is Vice President – Engagement for Sachse Construction and Broder & Sachse Real Estate. Her responsibilities include directing a creative and robust annual program schedule that includes social impact initiatives, community and team engagement, mission-driven strategic partnerships, and film production.
In 2021, Jill was named a Crain’s Business Notable Real Estate Executive honored for her work directing Broder & Sachse’s resident engagement programs, including spearheading a partnership with the city of Detroit to provide a vaccination program for residents, their family members, and friends. She is currently an ambassador for the Detroit Regional Chamber of Commerce.
For a decade, Jill produced and marketed blockbuster feature films for film director Tim Burton, responsible for the highly successful marketing and consumer products licensing campaigns behind the Batman movie franchise.
- Graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a BSBA in Marketing and Management
- Active on the board of directors for Hillel of Metro Detroit, Jewish Federation of Metro Detroit P2G Partnership Committee, and the Woodward Society
- Resides in Franklin with his wife and two children
As Chief of Staff, Lou Goldhaber serves Broder & Sachse Real Estate as an in-house adviser to help ideate, develop, create, and execute key initiatives and projects. Lou provides strategic oversight and supports all the entity stakeholders in the development of processes and plans which continuously raise the bar for not only Broder & Sachse, but also our multi-family properties. Additionally, Lou is responsible for identifying existing processes in need of improvement and providing comprehensive solutions for enhancement. Lou provides leadership, guidance, and the resources necessary to ensure cross-functional teams and managers are supported in their endeavors throughout Broder & Sachse.
Lou joined the Broder & Sachse in 2013 as the first Special Projects Leader with responsibilities including owner’s representation, project management, and client service. In this role, Lou successfully oversaw the development and construction of many Detroit projects including the Albert – Capitol Park, a 127-unit mixed use historical redevelopment, and The Scott at Brush Park, a 350,000 square foot 199-unit ground up development. Lou currently sits on the board of directors for The Woodward Society, a real estate organization focusing on real estate development in Detroit as well as Hillel of Metro Detroit.
Lou resides in Franklin with his wife Amye, their son Ray, and daughter Stevie Jane. Having been born and raised in Pittsburgh, Lou is an avid Pittsburgh Steelers fan.