Beginning his real estate career as anintern in college, Henry “Tripp”Alexander III quickly transitioned tospecialize in industrial brokerage.Driven by an unwillingness to fail,Alexander treats each transaction as aunique project while serving as partnerand director of industrial services atColliers Alabama. Focusing on industrial tenant representation, site-selection and marketing serviceswithin North-Central Alabama, Alexander successfully executed$97 million in transactions in 2018. Through a proven trackrecord in helping occupiers make market-driven decisions andassisting owners to ensure competitive marketing, he aims togrow and support the brand locally and nationally with trusted,long-standing clients.
With a life-long passion for financeand an interest in tangible investments, Joe Ambrose commenced hiscareer in real estate directly after college. He began leading UC Fund’sscreening and originations teams atthe age of 29, and he has continued todo so for the past decade, completingmore than $2 billion in closed deals.As SVP of production at the firm,Ambrose handles the structuring andcredit evaluation of transactions. He evaluates loan requests,filters deals, proposes structures for potential opportunities,maximizes debt and equity investment volume and trainsyounger analysts within the firm. Ambrose’s strong work ethicand abilities in yielding strong risk-adjusted returns have earnedhim in-house recognitions.
Starting his career in 2011 as an entry-level analyst at Franklin Street, ZachAmes quickly gained prominence withinthe company. Surpassing his first yearsales goals in 2013, Ames has since doubled his revenue from year-to-year. Hehas received the firm’s highest honor foroutstanding sales for the past five yearsand he has consistently served as a topten producer for the firm. Throughouthis career he has sold more than $1 billion in apartment properties totaling more than 290 transactions.
As a partner and senior director of multifamily investment sales,Ames directs business development, financial analysis, databaseresearch and marketing, while leading a team responsible for contributing a minimum of $3 million in annual revenue.
DWNTWN REALTY ADVISORS
Miami-native and area expert, TonyArellano has completed countless,impactful transactions throughout his15-year career that have helped shapeand revitalize districts within the city.
Upon working his way up from an internto EVP at Metro 1 Commercial, Arellanoco-founded DWNTWN Realty Advisorsin 2018, and has since led the brokeragefirm to complete more than $2 billion intransactional volume, operating with a unique territory-basedapproach. While serving as managing partner and one of thefirm’s primary producers, Arellano advances stakeholders’ goals,offers data for optimal solutions, considers each project’s impacton the broader neighborhood and revolutionizes neglected areaswithin major Miami submarkets. In addition, Arellano serves as anexpert mentor within the space.
INSTITUTIONAL PROPERTY ADVISORS,A DIVISION OF MARCUS & MILLICHAP
With a financial background and anappreciation for decisions based onasset performance and potential,Bradyn Arth commenced his career incommercial real estate 10 years ago. Asan investment sales professional and amultifamily market expert, Arth servesInstitutional Property Advisors, a division of Marcus & Millichap, as SVP. Hespecializes in the acquisition and disposition of apartment communities and residential land throughout Western Canada. Having been directly involved in real estatetransactions valuing $2 billion, Arth was previously recognized asone of Canada’s top ten highest producing brokers, under theage of 35.
Encouraged by the sense of ownershipand accomplishment that the fieldprovided, Brian Awe recognized hispassion for real estate while in lawschool. Beginning his practice as asummer associate at DLA Piper, Awehas since served as counsel to developers and investors in the acquisition,development, financing and sale ofvarious large-scale projects in theBoston area and throughout the US.
Motivated by tangible results and the ability to enhance andengage the community, he represents clients on all legal matters and leads his team as partner. Through his versatility in thespace, Awe remains committed to preserving Boston’s architectural history and providing supplemental programs throughactive pro bono work.