News Trinity Partners Adds Four Rosemont Realty Buildings to Property Management Portfolio

Jul 30, 2012

Raleigh, NC – July, 30, 2012 – Trinity Partners is pleased to announce its newest property management assignment, Rosemont Realty’s Raleigh/Durham portfolio of four buildings. The portfolio totals 306,000 SF and includes 2530 Meridian Parkway, Headquarters Park (Alpha and Beta Buildings), and 401 Harrison Oaks.

Rosemont Realty’s asset manager, Tim Farrell, said he chose Trinity Partners’ Property Management team because they offered proactive, comprehensive services that will add value to the firm’s portfolio.

“In addition to having all the necessary skills for commercial property management, they had the insight and initiative to critically examine our properties in Raleigh/Durham with an owner’s perspective, and created a forward-looking analysis of each property,” Farrell said. “They critiqued issues, offered ideas on improvements, and laid out short and long term paths for solutions. By going the extra distance, they made my decision easy.”

Trinity Partners’ Director of Property Management, Eve Pilkington, looks forward to working with Farrell and Rosemont Realty. “We treat all of our buildings as if we owned them, developing relationships with tenants and owners that allow us to understand and create lasting value for the assets,” Pilkington commented. “The Rosemont buildings are no different, and we look forward to using our proven best practices to do just that.”

This latest assignment adds to Trinity Partners’ growing management portfolio, which includes such notable Triangle properties as Raleigh’s Palladian I and II. David Townsend, the firm’s Managing Partner in Raleigh, is planning for the firm’s continued growth. “We’re very proud of Eve, her team, and the sterling reputation they’ve earned,” Townsend said. “With our successful recent addition of veteran Beverly Keith and Retail Brokerage to our service platform, we’re excited about continuing to expand Trinity Partners’ team and services within the area.”

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