Celebrating twenty years in 2020 as a Maryland-based commercial real estate brokerage firm, TriAlliance has proven itself the critical third point in connecting two other parties for mutual success. From securing the acquisitions of office buildings for private investors to helping companies buy and occupy a new workplace to assisting individuals purchase their own office condominiums, TriAlliance's award-winning portfolio of sales includes a wide range of satisfied buyers. In the leasing of commercial real estate (primarily office and retail properties), TriAlliance represents many types of tenants, ranging from a sole physician in private practice to a multi-faceted real estate developer. Working in the greater Baltimore Metropolitan submarkets including Howard and Harford counties, TriAlliance has been recognized for its entrepreneurial spirit and dedication to ensuring a quick response to clients. The company, which also offers real estate consultations, leads the market in the office and medical condominium niche.
Christopher C. Smith, SIOR
410-472-3510, ext. 108
"I'll never forget sitting in the iconic Pizza Palace Restaurant on York Road with my college buddies in May 1985 getting ready to graduate from Towson University and being excited about what lie ahead. I was headed to Washington, D.C., where I polished my hospitality skills working as a restaurant manager in the J.W. Marriott Hotel during the Reagan Administration. Two years later I was recruited to return to Baltimore County to start a new role as a property manager for the Lutherville-based Mackenzie Commercial Real Estate Services. This position evolved into a leasing associate and started my career as a commercial real estate broker. In January 2000, after being named a partner and the top producer in the brokerage division every consecutive year since the division was created, it was time to fulfill my entrepreneurial dream and launch TriAlliance Commercial Real Estate Services, which now is entering its third decade. The company's first address was in Towson at 40 York Road -- right across the street from the same Pizza Palace. I had come full circle, and as we begin 2020, I'm still excited about what lies ahead."
With more than 35 years experience, Chris Smith established TriAlliance to provide commercial real estate brokerage services with an entrepreneurial spirit and an emphasis on quick action for clients. Chris is an office member of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR), an international society of commercial real estate professionals and has served as Regional Director of the society's Mid-Atlantic USA region, where he is active in the Maryland/DC/Northern Virginia Chapter.
Keeping in line with his competitive spirit, Chris also has an extensive resume of running races, marathons, and triathlons. He's completed 12 marathons including events in Boston, Bermuda, Baltimore, and New York City as well as the Marine Corps Marathon. A three-time "survivor" of the Shawangunks Adventure Triathlon in the Catskill Mountains, Chris has led Team TriAlliance to victory four times in the relay at the Eagleman Half Ironman Triathlon and once in the NCR Marathon. Chris and his wife, Barbara, reside in Stevenson, MD. He enjoys spending time with his three children, Adam, Carter, and Kelly and vacationing in Martha's Vineyard, MA.
Senior Vice President
410-472-3510, ext. 112
"After a move back to Baltimore in 1999, joining my brother's new Towson Brokerage company was a natural transition for me. I spent the previous 10 years as a Disposition Officer and Asset Manager of bank foreclosed properties for South Charles Realty Corp, the REO department of Maryland National Bank/Nations Bank. Brokerage offered me the opportunity to utilize my commercial real estate experience and maintain the flexibility of raising a family. As an undergraduate of Towson University and a MAS graduate of Johns Hopkins University, I was familiar with the Baltimore market. Having five siblings working as commercial real estate brokers allowed me to learn from all of them while keeping it in the family."
Jablonski focuses on tenant and buyer representation and the sales and leasing of office properties with a specialty in office condominiums in the Baltimore Metropolitan area. An avid runner for over 30 years, Lyn has run marathons, competed in triathlons and many distance races including several Baltimore Marathons and Baltimore's 2002 half-marathon where she helped Team TriAlliance earn first place in the women's corporate division. Lyn and her husband, Ed, reside in northern Baltimore County. She enjoys spending time with her three children, Matthew, Hannah & Caroline, traveling, yoga and cycling.