Stream Realty Partners has recruited two seasoned Southern California commercial real estate leaders who have worked together most of their careers to bolster its industrial tenant representation team.
Wes Hunnicutt and Matt Moore join Stream, a national commercial real estate firm offering an integrated platform of services, as Executive Vice Presidents responsible for industrial tenant representation, transaction management, and new client and business pursuits. The duo will work with Executive Managing Director and Partner Martin Pupil to expand the company’s occupier services platform across the Los Angeles, Orange County, and Inland Empire markets.
“Stream’s entrepreneurial approach to commercial real estate allows our team to grow our industrial tenant representation business while partnering with our clients who are interested in realizing value through building acquisitions and build to suits,” Hunnicutt said. “Stream’s in-house construction expertise, combined with our brokerage service, allows clients to create value instead of liability through real estate without impacting the company’s bottom line. This collaborative service offering is unique to Stream, and we believe our clients will take full advantage of this partnership.”
Hunnicutt and Moore came to Stream from Newmark, where they served as Senior Managing Directors specializing in the acquisition and disposition of industrial space.
“The core of Stream’s business is being forward-thinking and dynamic in an ever-changing real estate market, Moore said. “Having the ability to join a team surrounded by passionate, best-in-class partners in brokerage, development, and construction who put the client first made the decision to join Stream and easy one.”
Hunnicutt started his commercial real estate career at Corporate Realty Advisors before joining Lee & Associates as a Senior Vice President. He was a Principal at Cresa in Orange County prior to joining Newmark. Moore began his career at Lee & Associates in Newport Beach before joining NAI Capital as a Vice President. He also worked as a Vice President at Cresa in Orange County prior to joining Newmark.
“I am very excited to be growing our industrial tenant representation business,” Pupil said. “Southern California is the country’s largest industrial market, and we need to continue to expand our footprint.”
Stream Southern California has a leasing and property management portfolio of more than 7.1 million square feet of office and industrial space. The operation has more than 40 professionals between its core office in Irvine and satellite location in Corona.