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Mark Troen, Senior Vice President of Brookwood Group, co-manages the firm’s Eastern operations. He is based in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. He brings a broad investment perspective to its development projects and real estate advisory services practice. He is among several Brookwood executives who are actively involved with Brookwood's joint venture with Los Angeles based evolve real estate LLC.
Mark has experience in all aspects of real estate investment, development and management, including: acquisitions and dispositions; financings and re-financings; asset repositioning, workouts and restructurings; management, leasing, marketing and sales; and construction, redevelopment and new development. He currently focuses on specific asset and portfolio strategies for Brookwood Equities including: identifying opportunistic situations; sourcing urban infill investments; and developing transit-oriented mixed-use projects.
Prior to joining Brookwood on a full-time basis, Mark served as Chief Operating Officer of Sheldon Good & Company. He began his career at Security Pacific Realty Advisory Services and subsequently worked for HSBC USA (Marine Midland Bank), The Weitzman Group, Monday Properties, Racebrook Capital Advisors, and The Winnmark Group.
Mark has a multi-disciplinary educational and professional background, with an MBA from the Wharton School and a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Pennsylvania. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Harvard College, majoring in economics.
Mark is active with the Urban Land Institute (ULI); a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (FRICS); a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA); a Registered Architect (NCARB & Florida); and holds Real Estate Broker’s Licenses in New York, Florida, Connecticut, Missouri, and Maryland.
Mark teaches graduate level real estate development, economics, and market analysis at the Masters in Real Estate Development + Urbanism Program of the University of Miami School of Architecture.