Trenton McCutcheon, J.D., Tenant Specialist

Trenton is an enthusiastic commercial tenant specialist at Keenan Ellicott whose service reflects a sharp attention to detail and a lifelong passion for all things New York City. As a law school graduate with years of experience in hospitality, customer service, and contract negotiation Trenton provides comprehensive representation and delivering carefully curated solutions to clients across a wide range of industries and disciplines.

Trenton currently holds a Juris Doctor from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, where he received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award for his exceptional performance in Venture Capital & Dealmaking. He obtained a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Marshall University, where he graduated magna cum laude and was a member of Beta Gamma Sigma, the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, and the Golden Key Honor Society.

During law school, Trenton co-founded a company to help small and local businesses navigate applicable pandemic disaster relief programs. The venture helped 15 small businesses secure approximately $350,000 in federal relief. More recently, they have shifted their focus to the loan forgiveness process. 

Trenton is a current resident of Chelsea but has not forgotten his roots. Being born and raised in West Virginia, Trenton has always valued strong transparent relationships which have contributed to his success.  He takes pride in his ability to consistently exceed client expectations. His ambition and work ethic are heavily inspired by his parents–both of whom managed to earn multiple degrees and build successful careers, all while raising children–and his younger sister, who is a professional basketball player despite standing only five-and-a-half feet tall. Trenton believes that extraordinary achievement should be the rule, not the exception.

Trenton is an avid golfer and mountain biker, and he could spend days on end exploring museums or watching performances. Trenton’s current personal goal is to see how many different countries he can eat Big Macs in–the current number is 7, but he hopes it will go up in the near future.