Trinity Groves Dallas Introduces New Employee Elise Mikus

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Mikus, an experienced commercial real estate professional, appointed New Director of Development and Leasing.

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Trinity Groves Dallas, a new restaurant, retail, artist and entertainment destination at the base of the new Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in West Dallas, is pleased to welcome Elise Mikus as the new Director of Development and Leasing.

Mikus is an experienced commercial real estate professional with a Bachelor of Science in Parks and Recreation from Pennsylvania State University and a Master of Science in Land Economics and Real Estate from Texas A&M University. She is an affiliate with a number of professional organizations, including the Urban Land Institute and the International Council of Shopping Centers. She holds a Real Estate Broker’s License from the Texas Real Estate Commission.

Mikus is known for her ability to work out difficult real estate-related issues in a timely fashion so deals can be closed quickly and businesses can move forward. Throughout her career, Mikus has often been held responsible for assisting clients in acquiring commercial real estate assets that range from multi-tenant shopping malls and apartment communities to industrial centers and office buildings.

Trinity Groves offers many things to do in Dallas for anyone passionate about the arts, entertainment and great Dallas restaurants. Many Dallas events will be held at Trinity Groves in the near future, so stay updated on Facebook and Twitter.

About Trinity Groves:
Trinity Groves is a new restaurant, retail, artist and entertainment destination at the base of the new Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in West Dallas. Trinity Groves will foster the growth of startup concepts and businesses, and capitalize on Dallas’ culture of innovation and entrepreneurism.

Trinity Groves was created by and is part of West Dallas Investments, which consists of Phil Romano, Stuart Fitts and Butch McGregor. The 15-acre entertainment destination is located directly next to the Trinity River and also at the foot of the Margaret Hunt Hill Suspension Bridge.

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