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Trion Real Estate celebrates 40th anniversary at White Plains Ritz Carlton


Trion Real Estate Management and Holdings celebrated its 40th anniversary ... Trion has grown its portfolio to include over 2,000 apartments throughout New York and Connecticut valued at over $500 million. “We are so thankful to the Trion staff and ...


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0 Likes 0 Comments Print Tags Trion Real Estate Management and Holdings Trion Real Estate Management and Holdings celebrated its 40th anniversary with a cocktail and dinner party at the Ritz Carlton in White Plains. From its first purchase of a six-unit multifamily property in Yonkers, Trion has grown its portfolio to include over 2,000 apartments throughout New York and Connecticut valued at over $500 million. “We are so thankful to the Trion staff and the many colleagues for being an integral part of the company’s growth over the past four decadesWe are grateful for all their hard work, talent and dedication,” said Carmelo Milio, president of Trion Management & Holdings. Trion was founded by Milio’s parents, Filippo and Fernanda Milio, who bought their first building in 1977 with a $5,000 down payment that they had received in wedding gifts. MORE IN Deals & Dealmakers Twitter seeks up to 15,000 s/f for New York HQ READ MORE Comments are closed Costa joins KEY Real Esta... KEY Real Estate Holdings announced a new equity partner... 2,261 views New tax law toxic to affo... New York’s real estate industry was one of the big winn... 597 views Goldman Sachs, DH Propert... Red Hook has seen its fair share of industrial structur... 559 views JLL ready to go extra mil... As demand for warehouse space in New York City continue... 419 views ON THE SCENE: Ariel Prope... AGENTS Ariel Property Advisors has been exclusively... 362 views Lawyers sign 130,000 s/f... Greenberg Traurig, the largest law firm in the U.S., ha... 355 views Latest Posts DONE DEALS: Roundup of the week in residential sales Feb 2, 2018• 1 WHO’S NEWS: Saez+Fromm Team heads to Corcoran; Danny Nassi launches new team Feb 2, 2018• 1 Alexa, how is smart home technology changing the real estate industry? Feb 2, 2018• 1 LATEST REAL ESTATE VIDEOS CategoriesDeals & Dealmakers Construction & Design Residential Retail Finance & Accounting Opinion Headline Editorial Supplements Featured Green Building Headline ICSC RECon Legal Marketing and Public Relations Mergers and Acquisitions Office Market Property Managers ArchivesArchives RE WEEKLYAbout Real Estate Weekly Contact Us Staff Directory Editorial Calendar Advertise RSS Feed Copyright 2013 FUEL THEMESAll RIGHTS RESERVED Subscribe /* */ /* */ /* */ /* */ _stq = window._stq || []; _stq.push([ 'view', {v:'ext',j:'1:5.7.1',blog:'139380592',post:'51727',tz:'-5',srv:'rew-online.com'} ]); _stq.push([ 'clickTrackerInit', '139380592', '51727' ]);

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