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CenterCal Properties taps Craig Trottier as President of the Intermountain Region

Farmington— CenterCal Properties, the California-based full-service commercial real estate business, announced the hiring of Craig Trottier as president, Intermountain. Trottier formerly served from 2008 to 2014 in Utah as vice president, development for CenterCal, where he led the successful development of Station Park in Farmington and The Village at Meridian in Meridian, Idaho.  

In his new position Trottier will be based out of Station Park in Farmington and be responsible for CenterCal’s Intermountain Region properties including Mountain View Village, Station Park and Canyon Corners in Utah and The Village at Meridian and Treasure Valley Marketplace in Idaho.     

Trottier left Utah in 2014 to work in the position of senior vice president, retail leader for Trammell Crow Company in Houston, Texas. Trottier is a 30-plus year veteran in commercial real estate development and in national Real Estate Investment Trusts. During that time, he has held key leadership positions such as vice president of development for both Land Capital Group and Lauth Property Group.

Trottier has effectively assembled and led real estate development teams throughout the US and been responsible for developing almost $2 billion in completed retail and mixed-use projects. He has also leased millions of square feet of retail and office space to world-class tenants.

Trottier received his associate degree in sales and retailing and a bachelor’s degree in finance from Weber State University. He earned his MBA in marketing and finance from Utah State University

“I’m honored and thrilled to be returning home to Utah and the CenterCal family and look forward to continuing CenterCal’s rich tradition of developing world class retail and mixed-use projects in the Intermountain states.  Our developments are best-in-class, community and people-driven projects where people love to shop, stay, live, work and play”.

For more information visit CenterCal Properties at www.centercal.com and www.shopatstationpark.com.