Scott Arnoldy founded Triten Real Estate Partners (TREP) in 2011 to pursue flexible investment strategies that involve a high level of integrated management oversight. As Founding Partner, Scott drives the strategic goals of the company with a focus on investment thesis identification as well as execution oversight. Since its founding, TREP has acquired or developed over $250 million of properties across a variety of product types. Scott previously served as Vice President with Stockbridge Capital, a real estate investment firm with $7.8 billion of assets. In that role, Scott worked on a variety of strategies including opportunistic and value add. He also worked on a +$2B distressed workout portfolio comprised of 22 broken joint ventures on behalf of a large pension fund. From 2010 until leaving in late 2014, he led Stockbridge’s acquisitions efforts in Texas and Colorado where he directly sourced over $600 million of investments in various product types and strategies. Prior to Stockbridge, Scott worked in Dallas in the Portfolio Management group of Goldman Sachs’ real estate investing group (Whitehall/REPIA funds) where he worked directly on over $4 billion of new acquisitions. Scott graduated with a bachelors in Finance and Entrepreneurship with a minor in Accounting from Texas Christian University.
Alex Field joined Triten Real Estate as an Associate Partner, focused on sourcing and analyzing acquisitions and development opportunities across all real estate product types.
Prior to TREP, Alex spent five years in New York working for Goldman Sachs, most recently as a proprietary trader, where he specialized in interest rates, currencies, and funding products. Additionally, he has extensive experience in asset/liability optimization and portfolio risk management. While in graduate school, he held positions at Belmont Village, a senior housing developer in Houston and Windy Hill Property Ventures, a value-add and development focused real estate investment firm in Palo Alto.
Alex graduated cum laude from Princeton University with an A.B. in Economics and has an MBA from the Wharton School where he double majored in Real Estate and Finance.
Prior to joining TREP, Will Hedges served as a Vice President and Market Representative for DCT Industrial Trust, where he directed capital investments and managed all the leasing activities in the Houston region. During his tenure he was directly responsible for the acquisition, development, and disposition of approximately $450M across +6M square feet of industrial real estate. Before joining DCT in 2010, Will was an Industrial Broker at CBRE, where he represented institutional owners and corporate clients in hundreds of lease transactions. Will graduated from Texas Christian University and currently serves as Chairman of Memorial Hermann’s Heroes in Health, member of The Hope and Healing Center’s Young Advisory Committee, and is actively involved in the Houston Livestock show and Rodeo.
Previously, Daniel Hoerster was an Assistant Property Manager with a Florida based real estate investment trust with 319 centers totaling 43 million square feet. Daniel handled property operations including a 140,000 square foot tenant build out as well as assisting in coordinating a 45,000 square foot redevelopment for a portfolio comprised of a total of 1.4 million square feet. Daniel graduated with a bachelors in Agriculture Economics from Texas A&M University. Daniel holds an active Texas Real Estate license and is a licensed Texas Mediator. He is a member of Houston and Austin Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) and Houston Association of Commercial Real Estate Professionals (ACRP)
With over 20 years’ experience in commercial real estate, Paul Marin has successfully built a track record of acquiring and developing over $1 billion of institutional-grade commercial real estate. Prior to joining TREP, Paul was Director of Acquisitions at Encore Office, LLC where he led the acquisition of a 550,000 square foot office building in Dallas, as well as the development of a 175,000 square foot Class-A office building in Frisco. Paul was also the Co-Founder and President of Immediatek, Inc. where he completed six acquisitions before selling the company to Mark Cuban in 2006. Other notable roles include: Resolutions & Receiverships Manager for FDIC where he managed the disposition of approximately $145 billion in assets; President of Capstone Group; and Head of Capital Markets/Underwriting for JMJ Holdings. Paul received his MBA from the University of Texas as Dallas and a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of North Texas.
Myron Pendley assumes the position of Vice President, Director of Projects and will oversee the execution of TREP’s growing commercial development projects for the company.
Myron Pendley joins TREP from PM Realty Group where he served as a Vice President of Development & Construction Services. During Myron’s tenure, he assisted in the acquisition, development, and design of approximately $400M in ground-up development projects in various phases – completed, under construction, and/or in design – providing a full range of turn-key development services. Before joining PM Realty Group in 2014, he was Vice President & Group Manager for JE Dunn Construction where he assumed full P&L and executive leadership for a $40M operation. Myron will be concentrating on the execution of TREP’s various capital strategies, and will also be assisting in the development of synergistic initiatives between the TREP and Triten IAG business units.
Myron is a LEED Accredited Professional and holds a Bachelor of Science, Environmental Design/Construction Science from the University of Oklahoma.
Prior to joining TREP’s accounting group, Lyndsey Wright served for five years as a Project Accountant for Hines’ REIT, Global REIT, & Global REIT II divisions. Before Hines, Lyndsey spent two years as a Staff Accountant for Buffington Capital Holdings, a residential real estate development company based in Austin, TX. Lyndsey graduated from Texas State University with a BBA in Finance. She also serves on the board for Camp Janus, a charitable organization benefiting adolescent burn victims, in addition to serving as an active member of Camp for All Young Leaders.