Trinity Partners, a Charlotte-based commercial real estate firm, is expanding into Raleigh, reports The Charlotte Observer's Kerry Hall Singe.
The company is partnering with three senior brokers with the former GVA Advantis Triangle office to create a new office involved with leasing, brokerage, construction services and management for office and industrial institutional owners and corporate users.
Scott Stankavage, David Adams and David Townsend will lead Trinity Partner’s Triangle office, which will have 14 other employees.
"In the eyes of the institutional marketplace, North Carolina has two primary markets - Charlotte and the Triangle," said David Allen, Trinity Principal. "We’re excited to be able to establish such a strong presence quickly in the Triangle market."
Trinity managing partner Peter Conway said his firm has always wanted to be in Raleigh, and that "even though the real estate markets are still weak, we know that someday we’ll look back and be glad we made this move. There are opportunities out there, and fortunately we are in a good position to take advantage of them."
Trinity Partners was founded in Charlotte in 1998. With the addition of the Triangle office, the company will lease and manage more than 9 million square feet and have 55 employees.