September 01, 2021
LOS ANGELES/HERMOSA BEACH – August 31, 2021 – Trez Capital is pleased to announce that Darryl Myrose has joined the firm as managing director, of the real estate bridge financing program based in Los Angeles, under the direction of Darren Esser, Managing Director and Head of U.S. Capital Markets and Bridge Lending. A Southern California native, Myrose will focus on the expansion of the bridge lending program across the United States, originating commercial real estate loans for multi-family, hospitality, industrial and office industries primarily on the west coast and throughout the western U.S. including Texas.
“Trez Capital’s West Coast division is thrilled to have another industry veteran like Darryl join our team,” said Trez Capital managing director Kyle Geoghegan, who recently joined the firm in June of this year. “I have worked alongside Darryl for nearly two decades and he is a vital part of our growth strategy. He gives us the critical mass to move forward, building out our business so that we’re poised to act at a time like this when bridge lending is expanding and the market is right.”
Myrose’s focus will be on continuing to source deals and build out Trez Capital’s bridge lending program. Trez Capital has a solid lending history across all asset classes, and Myrose will work alongside Geoghegan to expand the firm’s portfolio. Multifamily has been a core focus of the firm for many years but looks for opportunities in asset classes including hospitality and office, which is starting to gain traction again.
“I was brought in to grow origination efforts, and I look forward to building upon Trez Capital’s established track record of delivering solid results and legacy of doing business with best-in-class developers,” said Myrose. “Kyle and I have worked together for more than 20 years and we’re a good compliment to each other. We have the fire power to expand the firm’s footprint and aggressively grow the bridge lending team as business heats up across the West Coast and beyond.”
Myrose brings 24 years of experience originating and managing commercial real estate debt investments. He previously served as co-head of national lending for Resource Real Estate Funding, Inc. (“RREF”), where he managed and oversaw a team that closed more than $6 billion of primarily middle-market bridge loans on all property types across the United States. He was responsible for all aspects of commercial real estate debt investments including deal sourcing and evaluation, loan structuring and closing efforts, as well as asset management post-closing.
Prior to joining RREF, Myrose was co-head of West Coast originations for Bear Stearns Commercial Mortgage office in Los Angeles, overseeing and closing over $1 billion of loans annually. At both RREF and Bear Stearns, Myrose worked alongside Geoghegan where they contributed to the accelerated growth and success of the teams they managed.
Myrose earned a Bachelor of Science in Economics with a concentration in Finance and Real Estate from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
The Los Angeles office is located at 2447 Pacific Coast Highway, 2nd Floor, Hermosa Beach, California. Myrose can be reached at 310-739-9177or email email@example.com.
About Trez Capital
Founded in 1997, Trez Capital is a diversified real estate investment firm and preeminent provider of commercial real estate debt financing solutions in Canada and the United States. Trez Capital offers private and institutional investors strategies to invest in a variety of opportunistic, fully secured, mortgage investment funds and like investment assets and provides property developers and owners with quick approvals on flexible short- to mid-term financing.
With offices in Vancouver, Toronto, Dallas, Atlanta and Palm Beach, Trez Corporate Group has over $3.9* CAD in assets under management and has funded over 1,500 transactions totaling more than $13 billion CAD since inception. For more information, visit www.trezcapital.com. (*Trez Corporate Group AUM includes assets held by all Trez related entities as well as $2.7 B Manager AUM (Trez Capital Fund Management Limited Partnership)).