Trinity Partners is pleased to announce its latest addition to their growing Triangle team. Katie Coppins recently joined the firm as Director, Office Leasing.

“Katie is a great fit for our culture,” noted William Allen, Partner, Office Leasing. “She’s creative, engaging, and energetic. She’ll focus on continuing our best-in-class service for existing clients while leveraging her experience and relationships as we continue to expand our portfolio.”

“I was attracted to Trinity’s proven track record of creativity and integrity and their team culture” Coppins said. “I’m looking forward to joining this highly respected and impactful firm to build on the momentum they have in the market”.

Katie joins Trinity Partners after relocating to the Triangle area from Washington, DC, where she worked for the past three years as a First Vice President of Brokerage with CBRE. Prior to her work with CBRE, she spent ten years with Akridge, exclusively representing landlords on office and retail assets. She served as the 2015 President of the Board of CREBA-Greater Washington and has a BA in Public Relations and Political Science from Gonzaga University.

Trinity Partners continues to grow its Triangle presence, most recently announcing the development of Class-A office building, Perimeter Five, for Inc Research at Perimeter Park. The Triangle’s Office Leasing portfolio includes Perimeter Park, One Glenwood, SouthCourt, Crabtree Overlook, and Midtown Corporate Center. The full-service commercial real estate firm has 49 employees based in the Triangle, and 130 employees across three offices, including the Charlotte headquarters and Greenville, South Carolina office. David Townsend and Sam DiFranco serve as Partners with Allen in the Triangle outpost.

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