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Colliers International Promotes Joseph Stuart to Property Manager


Rising Real Estate Management Services Professional to Oversee Seven Buildings in Puget Sound

Many people would say real estate property management is both an art and a science. Colliers International today recognized one professional’s ability to embrace and succeed at both sides of the coin, serving owner and tenant clients while maintaining the operation of properties in an ever-evolving market. Joseph “Joe” Stuart was promoted to Property Manager in the firm’s Puget Sound, WA region.

In his new position, Joe will oversee seven predominantly retail properties totaling more than 550,000 square feet, including Olive Way Labs in downtown Seattle, 425 Fairview North in South Lake Union and Woodinville Towne Center in Woodinville. Institutional and private owners such as TMY Properties, Greystar Real Estate Partners and Stockbridge Real Estate are among his clients.

Stuart joined Colliers just over a year ago with more than four years of property management experience. He is based out of the firm’s Seattle office. Stuart was previously a property administrator at Urban Renaissance Group where he assisted in the management of a 700,000-square-foot, Class A, office portfolio in Seattle’s CBD and SoDo/Stadium District. He began his real estate career as the operations manager for a boutique vacation rental property management company.

“Joe is a rising star in a specialty that plays a critical role in the successful operation of a portfolio of managed assets,” noted Tory Glossip, Managing Director for Colliers’ Puget Sound Real Estate Management Services (REMS) division. “Each day, our REMS team members work hard to create memorable tenant experiences and deliver exceptional service while also increasing value, driving efficiencies and achieving our owner clients’ goals for their properties. Joe has a bright future and I am proud to have such an accomplished and knowledgeable professional serving clients and representing Colliers in our Puget Sound community.”

Stuart earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Washington.