Reynolds Asset Management’s recent developments include Mosaic on Main, a 64-unit apartment building in downtown Bound Brook. — Courtesy: Striker Apartment Leasing
By Joshua Burd
Reynolds Asset Management has named a new vice president of acquisitions and development to support its growing pipeline in and around its home state of New Jersey.
The Ho-Ho-Kus-based firm said Adam Triglia joins its senior leadership team to oversee investment projects over all aspects of the deal cycle, investor relations, as well as community engagement and outreach. He most recently was the managing director of a boutique real estate private equity firm in New Jersey, which focused on multifamily investments along the East Coast, arriving at Reynolds as it moves ahead with projects in locations such as East Orange, Poughkeepsie, New York and Cape Coral, Florida.
“Adam’s experience in real estate private equity makes him an invaluable asset to our team,” said Lou Reynolds, CEO of Reynolds Asset Management. “Our goal is to ensure that every investment is a successful endeavor, not only for our team, but for the communities we build in. Adam will be a key player in successful project execution and in fostering these long-lasting connections, a core principle of our mission.”
The firm noted that, at his previous firm, Triglia served on the investment committee and oversaw the execution of more than 1,000 units and nearly $400 million in joint venture multifamily development projects. He holds a bachelor’s in economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where he played on the varsity football team for four years, and is a board member of the Michael G. Bertolino Memorial Scholarship.
Triglia lives in Essex County with his wife and daughter.