JBG Smith Exec Leaves To Join Network Realty Partners
Network Realty Partners, an Arlington-based real estate investment company founded in 2018, has added another former JBG executive.
Trimmer spent 16 years at The JBG Cos. and JBG Smith, the name it rebranded to after it merged with Vornado's D.C. arm and became a public REIT in 2017. He focused on acquiring and developing office and multifamily projects across the region, with a focus on Fairfax County.
NRP was co-founded by Rod Lawrence, previously a partner at The JBG Cos., and Bill Morris, previously a principal at Avison Young. In addition to the two co-founders and managing partners, the firm brought on Ed Johnson, who worked at JBG from 2012 to 2014, as a partner.
The firm in July acquired the 625K SF Union Square office complex in NoMa, and in September it bought the 300K SF office building at 2100 M St. NW. NRP says its focus is on acquiring and developing urban, mixed-use projects in the Mid-Atlantic region.
“Greg is one of the leading development executives in the Washington, D.C. market,” Lawrence said in a release. “We are thrilled and fortunate to have him bring his experience and talent to our team as we continue to grow our company.”