Stream Realty Partners’ Orange County Office Division Expands with New Hires

streamrealtyIN THE NEWS, ORANGE COUNTY

Irvine, Calif. (Sept. 10, 2018) – Stream Realty Partners (Stream), a full-service national real estate investment, development and services company, announces the expansion of its Orange County office division with the hiring of Brett Kluewer as Senior Vice President and Peter Joyce, Vice President.

“We are excited to welcome Brett and Peter to the team,” said Chris Jackson, regional managing director. “The addition of Kluewer and Joyce adds to the increasing momentum within our Orange County office. Their experience and leadership will be an asset to our team and clients.”

Kluewer and Joyce will be integral members of the Transaction Specialist Group to grow Stream’s current client base, help clients execute complex real strategies to create efficiencies, and enhance their brand and drive profitability.

“Brett and I couldn’t be more thrilled to join this incredibly talented team,” Joyce said. “In a people-centric industry where collaboration with those you trust gives you an edge, I think Stream has nailed it.”

“My alignment with Steam’s integrity and relationship-focused approach was virtually instant,” Kluewer added.  “Since joining Stream, I haven’t stopped smiling and couldn’t be happier to be a part of their winning culture. I am committed to my role in helping Stream grow the Orange County office division; the future is bright.”

Kluewer and Joyce previously served in various capacities in the office division at Colliers International. During his 12-year tenure, Kluewer was Senior Vice President, representing tenants such as Microsoft, Neudesic, PriceSpider, First Service Residential, Coca Cola, Mutual of Omaha, Emcor and Crown Castle.

Through Colliers’ and Kluewer’s guidance, Joyce was able to further his market and industry knowledge and work with clients from local building owners to global insurance companies on both the Landlord & Tenant sides.

The Orange County office market continues to be robust. There has been substantial positive absorption in the Class A product in South County with more than 500,000 square feet of positive absorption year-to-date, while average direct rents in Class B product have surpassed $2.50 full service gross throughout the county.