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Trion Properties has promoted Lauren Feder into the newly created role of director of asset management

Trion Properties Names Director, Asset Management 

Trion Properties, a private equity real estate firm based in West Hollywood and Miami and specializing in multifamily investments, has created the position of director of asset management and has promoted Lauren Feder to the position. 

Based in West Hollywood, Feder joined Trion in 2019, most recently serving as acquisitions associate. She has been instrumental in completing several portfolio-level transactions for the firm, including refinancing, recapitalization and acquisitions. In her new position, Feder will be responsible for maintaining comprehensive oversight of the firm’s assets, including creating and implementing business plans and objectives, marketing, leasing, and renovation plans.  

She will develop an operational and capital improvement investment strategy for each Trion property, including budgets, forecasts, and monthly performance reports. In addition, she will closely monitor all elements of financial performance, analyze financial statements and make necessary operating adjustments toward achieving the firm’s leasing and revenue goals. 


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