SAN FRANCISCO March 9, 2015 – Brookwood Group has opened a Palm Beach office under the direction of Senior Vice President, Mark L. Troen.
Mr. Troen, a senior principal of the firm, has broad responsibilities throughout Brookwood’s organization and its various divisions including: project development activities of Brookwood Equities; strategic real estate services for private investors, corporate entities and the public sector with Brookwood Advisors; and project management activities of Brookwood Project Services.
With 30 years of real estate experience, Mr. Troen has managed more than $10 Billion in transactions, achieving excellent returns on high-risk, turnaround and problem assets including mixed-use, retail, office, industrial, and residential projects nationwide and internationally, ranging in size from $5 Million to $1 Billion and up to 1,000,000 square feet and 3,000 acres.
“Having been associated with Brookwood Group since the early 1990s, I am very excited to be leading operations for Brookwood in South Florida” said Mark Troen.
Previously, Mr. Troen was Managing Partner and Principal of The Winnmark Group, a strategic real estate services and development firm; co-founder of Racebrook Capital Advisors where he specialized in the acquisition of opportunistic real estate assets, non-performing/sub-performing loans, and distressed properties; and Chief Operating Officer of Sheldon Good & Company, one of the most recognized and respected names in real estate auctions in the United States, achieving nearly $400 Million in closed real estate sales during his tenure.
“Opening an office in South Florida under the direction of Mark Troen is a strategic and significant step for our firm,” according to Brookwood’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, S. Shepherd Heery. “With impressive growth in the Southeast and with Florida now the 3rd most populous state in the nation, Brookwood is fortunate to have Mark leading our business in the region, especially given his experience in all aspects of real estate investment and development.”