Trinity Partners opens fourth location with expansion to Columbia, SC
Full-service commercial real estate firm Trinity Partners has opened an office in Columbia, SC, bringing its extensive service line to a fourth location. The firm also has offices in Charlotte, Raleigh and Greenville (SC), and leases or manages more than 20 million square feet of space across the Carolinas. The Columbia office located downtown at 1556 Main Street, Suite 200, will be led by four partners: Bruce Harper, Roger Winn, Nick Stomski and Macon Lovelace.
“We couldn’t pass up the chance to partner with these four leaders of Columbia commercial real estate,” says Gary Chesson, founding partner at Trinity Partners.
Trinity’s managing partner, Adam Colvin, says the expansion to Columbia perfectly combines Trinity’s core philosophies: Be entrepreneurial. Have best-in-class talent.
“We’re keenly focused on building our firm by doing what we do best for more people, in more places,” says Colvin. “Growth provides more opportunities for our clients and our team.”
Harper will be Columbia’s managing partner, overseeing day-to-day operations.
“Our market hasn’t really seen the depth of expertise offered by Trinity Partners,” he says. “The firm is known for its extremely high level of institutional-quality service and experience, and the four of us bring deeply-rooted local market knowledge to the platform.”
Lovelace believes Columbia is exactly the right market for Trinity. “What we bring to the table is a collaborative style built on lasting relationships, versus a more isolated, transactional approach. We care about the details, and we want to help our clients make the best and most informed decisions. There’s a ton of opportunity here for Trinity’s entrepreneurial philosophy.”
“Columbia has been flying under the radar,” says Winn. He notes the area’s improving infrastructure and growing amenities, such as the revitalization of downtown and the development of the River District. “This area is primed for growth and investment. We want to make sure investors realize that they’re missing out if they don’t consider Columbia.”
“With what we’ve seen and experienced since going to Greenville five years ago, we’re firm believers in the South Carolina markets,” adds Colvin.
Harper says Trinity’s culture really makes the company stand out. Team members work collaboratively across all service platforms, from brokerage to property and project management and beyond.
Stomski agrees. “Every Trinity team member stands ready to help every Trinity client. It’s a holistic, communal approach that gives the client access to the unique expertise of each professional on the team.”
Trinity Partners will offer a full range of services across the Columbia region within the office, industrial, retail, mixed-use, land, and medical office sectors, including leasing, property management, investment sales, development, project and construction management, and tenant representation.
ABOUT TRINITY PARTNERS
Trinity Partners is a full-service commercial real estate firm serving corporate users and institutional owners throughout the United States, with ten service lines ranging from landlord and tenant representation to property management and investment sales. We’re known for our entrepreneurial spirit, best-in-class performance, and our respected team of commercial real estate professionals, who are directly responsible for our company’s success and collaborative culture. After 20 years in the industry, we currently lease and/or manage over 20 million square feet of office, industrial, mixed-use, and retail space across the region through our four offices in Charlotte and Raleigh, North Carolina, and Greenville and Columbia, South Carolina.
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