Team Rob Lapin


Little Known Fact

Played Varsity Soccer at MSU

Rob Lapin brings over two decades of industry experience to his role as Trinity Partners. His area of focus is South Carolina with an emphasis on Columbia and its surrounding Central Midlands Region. Specializing in office, industrial, retail tenant representation, and landlord brokerage, Rob works to sustain existing client relationships, while cultivating new opportunities with owners and prospective tenants, and industry colleagues across the region.

Prior to joining the Trinity Partners team, Rob was on the brokerage team for NAI Avant, where he gained experience in sales and marketing, business development, management, operations, and organizational leadership. While at NAI Avant, Rob handled several key listing and facility dispositions for the South Carolina Ports Authority and was a key member of the SCANA Land Disposition Portfolio for Otarre Point. Other notable transactions Rob was involved in include a multi-million-dollar redevelopment of Kroger at Fort Jackson in Columbia, SC into what is now known as “Cross Hill Market”, and the relocation of AMAROK, formally known as Electric Guard Dog’s corporate headquarters into over 34,000 SF. Rob has also represented numerous clients in the medical field, including Moore Orthopedics, now known as USC Prisma Orthopedics, SC Heart, Columbia Heart, and several plastic surgery groups.

Rob graduated from Michigan State University, where he earned a degree in Business as well as a Varsity Letter in Men’s Soccer. Outside of work, Rob enjoys playing golf, skiing, and coaching all levels of soccer. The Kansas native is past Chairman and currently a Commissioner on the Richland County Recreation Commission. He is the former president of the Columbia-region Habitat for Humanity, and a past Director of Compliance and Treasurer of the SC Battery Development Academy, a past board member of the Columbia Jewish Community Center, and a past board member of the City of Columbia Cultural Council of the Arts.