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Trinity Interests successfully closes two major real estate deals in Las Colinas
Trinity Interests, an established woman owned commercial real estate management company based in Dallas, announced the successful close of two major real estate deals, and their appointment as property manager on both transactions.
Beverly Heflin and Denise Rachal of Trinity Interests served as buyer’s broker for the purchase of the Atrium at Campus Circle. The newly renovated building is located at 5800 E. Campus Circle at the intersection of President George Bush Turnpike and John Carpenter Freeway in Las Colinas.
Alecia Mackey, Trinity Interests Controller, coordinated financing for the 85,000 square foot Atrium building, as well as for the 74,000 square foot building at 1901 Gateway Drive in Las Colinas. The properties were financed in cooperation with Chad Sefcik of Wells Fargo. Mackey also coordinated the due diligence for both the Atrium and Gateway properties on behalf of Trinity Interests.
The buyer, a California based private investor who has a history with Trinity Interests, chose to work with the company based on the positive performance of their first investment, the O’Connor Ridge Office Building at 4545 Fuller Drive in Las Colinas. During Trinity Interest’s first year of management, the company reduced costs by $1 per square foot and helped increase tenant occupancy by 16 percent.
Repeat customers and a superior track record for referrals are part of what makes Trinity Interests stand out. More than half the company’s clients have been with Trinity for more than 10 years, and 35 percent of those have partnered with Trinity for more than 15 years. Two clients will celebrate their 20 year anniversary in 2013.
“We set ourselves apart by building positive relationships that foster enthusiastic repeat business. By managing every detail of each property and maximizing returns, we have earned clients’ trust as a flourishing business with a wide range of management and real estate capabilities. We are consistently growing to offer more and more services and will continue to thrive and compete within the Texas real estate arena,” said Heflin.
Founder and Owner Beverly Heflin, who was previously the Executive Director of the Metropolitan Dallas YWCA, began Trinity Interests in 1984 as an office leasing company. Today, the business manages more than 5 million square feet of office, retail, and industrial space.
Trinity Interests specializes in property management with an emphasis on tenant retention, new tenant acquisition, maintenance and accounting. As a full service boutique firm, Trinity Interests also offers brokerage, loan facilitation, due diligence, and asset management services. Current clients include: Greenway Investment Company; Signature Asset Management; Clarion Partners; Paul Mitchell Trust; Berkadia; and two private German real estate investors with significant holdings in the Dallas Metroplex.
“We pride ourselves on being a premier full service property management firm with a robust variety of real estate capabilities,”
To learn more about Trinity Interests, visit www.trinityinterests.com.
About Trinity Interests
Founded by Beverly Heflin in 1984, Trinity Interests is a woman owned commercial property management business with more than 25 years of leasing, property management, and other real estate experience. The business handles every type of property, from distressed to sleek, and offers each client a full range of management services to encourage each property’s potential and possibilities.
Trinity Interests has been listed in the Dallas Business Journal multiple times as one of the top 25 area management companies. The full service property management firm also offers brokerage, loan facilitation, due diligence, and asset management services. Today, the Company manages more than 5 million square feet of office, retail, and industrial space, retaining former clients and attracting new ones with its individualized approach and unique talent for maximizing investments.
For contact information and profiles, visit www.trinityinterests.com.