Stephen Burch Joins Middleburg Communities as Chief Accounting Officer

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Middleburg Communities announces Stephen Burch as Chief Accounting Officer, where he will have overall responsibility for accounting operations, including accounts payable, payroll, corporate accounting and real estate accounting.

“We look forward to Stephen Burch’s impact on streamlining, improving and expanding our financial reporting capabilities,” said Middleburg Communities Partner and Chief Financial Officer, Corey Gibson. “His expertise and prior leadership positions will be a major contribution to our leadership team.”

Prior to joining Middleburg, Mr. Burch held various roles at WashREIT (NYSE: WRE), most recently serving as Controller, where he had primary oversight of corporate accounting, real estate accounting, financial reporting, technical accounting, income tax and REIT compliance. Prior to joining WashREIT, he was a Manager in PricewaterhouseCoopers’s Financial Services Assurance practice and held various roles at PricewaterhouseCoopers from October 2008 to January 2016. Mr. Burch obtained a Master of Accounting from the College of Charleston, and a Bachelor of Science in Financial Management with a Minor in Accounting from Clemson University. Mr. Burch is a certified public accountant.

About Middleburg Communities: Middleburg Communities is a fully integrated multifamily development, investment, construction and management company operating in the southeastern and mid-Atlantic United States. Since 2004, Middleburg has acquired and developed more than 21,000 apartment units, executing over $3 billion in transactions. The Middleburg team shares a vision for greater value creation through community impact. The firm’s success is rooted in a genuine desire to serve its local communities in thoughtful and holistic ways. Middleburg embraces people, property, and partnerships to enhance the lives of others, contribute positively to its neighborhoods and maximize real returns for partners. For more information, please visit

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