SHARE September 2013 Humanitarian of the Month
SHARE Humanitarian of The Month-September, 2013:
Each month SHARE nonprofit organization spotlights people in the community who give relentlessly and without hesitation to help others. Mr. Schlottman has been a leader with numerous community projects including Downtown Cares makeovers, Casa De Luz and other projects and he gives back tirelessly to help without hesitation and dedication.
Ms. Schlottman exemplifies his dedication to helping others in need. His efforts to date have resulted in an unremitting commitment to our community. Special thanks goes out the Mr. Schlottman who is our friend and a humanitarian in the truest sense of the word~~
Commissioner Trinity Schlottman, a builder by trade, was appointed by the Las Vegas City Council. He is best known for the Urban Loft communities which he developed in the down- town urban core. An early pioneer and champion of redevelopment, he took his unique Loft projects and successfully created two communities in the heart of downtown’s Ward 3 and Ward 5. More recently, he’s seen accolades as the owner and builder of the urban lounge, Artifice, in 18b The Arts District. Commissioner Schlottman grew up in the Dallas area and attended Sam Houston State University, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with double majors in Management and Marketing. He was awarded numerous distinctions for academic excellence and finished suma cum laude. While still a student, he and a friend began rehabilitating low income and senior housing, bringing life back to a once blighted area. By the time he graduated, his career path had been chosen; he was a builder. After completing successful Urban Loft Com- munities in Dallas, his work took him to Las Vegas, in what was to be a temporary assignment. The rest, he says, is history. Falling in love with Las Vegas and its possibilities, he never looked back. As a general contractor, his company, Trinity Haven Development, is currently working on projects in the emerging Arts and Entertainment Districts. Addition- ally, he was appointed to serve on the Downtown Design Review Committee. (DDRC).