News Raleigh Office Expands with New Hires

Aug 14, 2013

Raleigh, NC – August 13, 2013 – Raleigh’s Trinity Partners announces several new hires, continuing the firm’s recent growth including a retail platform expansion and addition of a Managing Partner.

Nick Post joins the company as an assistant property manager, working directly with Eve Pilkington, the Director of Property Management. Post will assist Pilkington with Trinity’s 1.2 million SF property management portfolio, and joins the firm after serving as an Assistant Property Manager in the multi-family commercial real estate industry.

Trinity’s Construction Services Group, led by Raleigh Partner David Townsend, continues to grow with the addition of a new Project Administrator, Crystal Lovelady, and Project Manager, Tony Catalano. Lovelady previously worked with Olive Architecture as Office Manager. Catalano worked as a Project Manager in the residential construction industry.

Todd Harrelson recently joined the firm as Senior Director of Retail Services, expanding Trinity’s retail platform to include development in addition to brokerage services.

As a part of the firm’s mission to expand within the Carolinas and Southeast, Trinity Partners named Adam Colvin as Managing Partner. Colvin moves to Trinity Partners after 20 years with Lincoln Harris, most recently as the Platform Director of Transactions for Lincoln Harris’ Bank of America account. He managed a team responsible for all Bank of America lease transactions in the 14-state Southeast region.

Founded in 1998 in Charlotte by three commercial real estate professionals, Trinity Partners has grown to serve the Carolinas as a full service commercial real estate firm, with corporate and institutional owners and clients located throughout the United States. Trinity expanded into the Triangle market by partnering with Townsend in 2009, and now, over 70 commercial real estate professionals make up the firm’s nine operating groups. Trinity plans continued growth through service expansion and recruitment.

“Over the past four years, Trinity’s entrepreneurial culture has allowed us to develop a strong presence within the Triangle market,” said Townsend. “We’re able to grow and take advantage of opportunities based on our experience and deep roots within our market. That experience, along with the professional talent we continue to attract, afford us an unmatched understanding of the Triangle’s commercial real estate market.”