About Us

Triarch Capital Group, LLC, ("TCG") was founded in 1996 by Daniel Halberstein, Mario Grosfeld, and Jorge Linkewer to combine over sixty years of experience in the fundamental disciplines involved in he world of real estate. Our individual expertise in the areas of architecture, construction, development and property and asset-management allowed TCG to deliver uncommon integration in the services required for successful and efficient real estate operations. Triarch Capital Group, LLC through its related entities, currently control approximately 4,500,000 square feet of commercial properties. While our main focus is in retail and grocery anchored shopping centers our portfolio also includes warehouse facilities, office buildings, free standing parcels and stand alone national chain-occupied buildings.

Our Team

Mario Grosfeld

Mario Grosfeld received a Bachelor of Science in Management and Finance degree from the University of Miami School of Business in 1983. In 1982 he received his Real Estate Salesman's License, and in 1987 his Broker License. Mr. Grosfeld has been involved in all aspects of the real estate business since 1981 when he took over management of nine buildings with over 100 residential rental units. In 1983 Mr. Grosfeld created GRO Development, Corp. for the purpose of developing real estate. In 1988 Mr. Grosfeld opened Gro Realty, Inc. a full service real estate Company. In 1989 Mario Grosfeld opened G & H Development Corp. to manage and develop existing and future real estate projects. Mario Grosfeld, through Triarch Investment Group, Inc. and other affiliated companies, currently control and manage over 4,500,000 square feet of real estate assets including retail shopping centers, office buildings and warehouses.

Jorge Linkewer

Jorge Linkewer received a Bachelor and Masters of Architecture degree from Tulane University in 1990. He has been recognized in the field of architecture with awards including the John F. Kennedy Achievement in Architecture Award, City of New Orleans Award for the design of a new airport, and has been published in Popular Mechanics and various mass transit trade publications for his design of System 21, a mass transit train system developed in conjunction with NASA engineers. Mr. Linkewer joined Alda Construction, Inc. as Co-Owner in 1991, specializing in high-end residential and commercial construction. Mr. Linkewer is a principal in the architecture firm Halberstein/Linkewer & Associates, Inc.. Through Triarch Investment Group, Inc. and related entities, Mr. Linkewer has been directly responsible for the ownership, development and management of a real estate portfolio presently valued at over $600,000,000 and 4.5 million square feet. Mr. Linkewer holds professional licenses as a registered Architect and Real Estate Salesman.

Daniel Halberstein

Daniel Halberstein graduated in 1980 from the University of Miami with a Bachelor of Architecture degree. Mr. Halberstein has been practicing Architecture since 1984 when Halberstein/Hurtak & Assoc., Inc. was created. For the last 26 years Halberstein/Linkewer & Associates, Inc., with Alda Construction Inc. have been involved in the design and construction of over 100 million dollars worth of real estate in the South Florida area. Since 1987 Mr. Halberstein has also been involved in the development of real estate, with Triarch Development, Inc. and other affiliated companies. Mr. Halberstein is involved in the daily management of approximately 4.5 million square feet of real estate assets, properties ranging from retail shopping centers, single use restaurants, office buildings and warehouse properties. Since 2001 Mr. Halberstein and his partners have acquired assets throughout Florida as well as Georgia. The portfolio includes several Publix shopping centers in the Orlando metro area with over a 1,500,000 square feet of retail space.

Our Services

Our full service capabilities are divided into five departments:

Our corporate headquarters are located in Aventura, Florida, and our properties are concentrated in Florida and Georgia.