Trevor Broderick is the Chief Financial Officer of Weinstock Companies. He has a 30-year track record of buying and developing institutional quality assets in the Western United States. His tenure with 3 of Los Angeles’ oldest and most prolific private ownership groups has given him vast experience running acquisitions, development, and management, acting as managing partner for over 20 years. He has completed acquisitions totaling more than 4 billion dollars.
Trevor’s three most significant portfolio transactions have been: $332 million, G.E. Portfolio; $310 million, Associated Grocers Portfolio; $185 million, Westinghouse Portfolio. All transacted with 1031 equity and traditional debt.
He has purchased over 30,000 apartment units and 10 million square feet, including retail, office, and medical/office product. He’s built over 3,200 apartments of ground-up construction, 600 beds of senior care ground-up, made equity investments in over 3,700 beds of senior/health care, and bought both performing and non-performing note pools.
His apartment acquisition spectrum includes market-rate, senior, student, and affordable housing. As an early buyer of value-added, he’s converted market-rate apartments to condominiums and student housing, neighborhood grocery-anchored centers to retail pad space, inner-city industrial properties to flex creative/office use, and repurposed office space to medical facility primarily in West Los Angeles and Beverly Hills. The largest medical tenants have included MD Anderson, Herman Memorial, and UCLA.
Industry affiliations have included ICSC, IREM, ULI, BOMA, NMHC, and several metropolitan apartment associations.
Trevor’s the past President of the Santa Monica Junior Chamber of Commerce (Jaycees), 2 Food Banks, Project ECHO— the past Director of CLARE FOUNDATION, AMERICAN HEART ASSN. West LA chapter, Santa Monica Chamber of Commerce, the executive committee for the Santa Monica College Advisory Board, Santa Monica YMCA Board of Directors— and the past Council Member of The Santa Monica Boys and Girls Club Council.
For his contributions, he has received the following awards: the 2000 TOYC award, Ten Outstanding Young Californians award, a UPSON Memorial Award recognizing his outstanding leadership with the United States Jaycees, and the 1999 Santa Monica Distinguished Service Award.
Trevor splits his time between Los Angeles and Colorado, where his children are in school.