Stuart Wyeth co-leads the growth and strategy of the firm. Stuart brings his creative energies to strategic planning, development programming, government approvals, impact evaluation and thought leadership around the firm’s development activities. He also advises the brokerage team on select assignments.
Prior to Pintail Capital Partners, Stuart spent more than ten years at a regional commercial real estate firm where he was a broker and principal. He completed over $156 million dollars of commercial real estate transactions in the major industry classifications including office, retail and industrial. Stuart worked with large institutional investors, owners, and developers; including Och-Ziff Real Estate and The Blackstone Group. Additionally, he completed transactions with Verizon, IBM, UPS, General Electric and many other national, regional and local tenants.
Stuart began his career in commercial real estate in 2005 as an intern during his final academic year at Clemson University. While at Clemson, he completed a Master’s degree in City and Regional Planning and served as president of the Graduate Student Government. Prior to Clemson, Stuart earned his BA degree in Economics from Denison University, where he completed a summer internship program with the San Diego Padres, assisting a development team in planning for a $4-billion-dollar infill urban mixed-use project revolving around a new baseball stadium – what is now PetCo Park.
Stuart is a member of The Urban Land Institute and participates at the national level as a member of ULI’s Small Scale Development Council. Stuart serves on the board of TreesUpstate and the YMCA Metro Board. In addition to his industry activities, Stuart enjoys coaching high school lacrosse, volunteer activities, golf, bird hunting and working in the yard. Stuart lives in Greenville, SC, with his wife Mary Katherine, son MacReynolds, and daughter Wallace.