Please join Lambda Alpha International’s Baltimore Chapter for our Virtual Presentation on Wednesday, February 17th at 12pm. The presentation will feature Brian McLaughlin, President, Communities Division, for Enterprise Community Development, Inc. He is charged with leading the overall strategic direction of Enterprise’s development and management operations.
Enterprise Community Development
In January 2020, Enterprise Community Development was formed through the combination of Enterprise Homes, Inc., and Community Preservation and Development Corporation (CPDC). Together they are the largest affordable housing owner based in Maryland with:
$1+ Billion Total Portfolio Value, 110+ Apartment Communities, 16,000+ Homes Developed, 360 Employees
Enterprise Community Development’s guiding principles are:
New construction and preservation of homes tailored to the needs and assets of each community while promoting civic engagement and healthier neighborhoods.
Commitment to financial success and a “second bottom line” – measured by accessibility to people from all walks of life, resident satisfaction, and overall livability.
Uncompromising attention to design and construction quality.
A culture of resident engagement and volunteerism to unite people toward community growth.
Environmentally sustainable design and operations.
Brian has 22 years of diverse real estate experience. He began his career working in the nonprofit community development field in Boston and later in York, Pennsylvania, where he developed a mixed-use commercial center and helped build Low-Income Housing Tax Credit- and Historic Tax Credit-supported housing. He later served as assistant secretary of Maryland’s Department of Housing and Community Development.
In addition, Brian has held various positions at Fannie Mae, from multifamily underwriting, to leading the company’s short sale product line, to Special Assistant to the company’s President and CEO. He is also the founding CEO of Lantian Development, a Maryland-based private equity, real estate investment and development company. An honors graduate of Duke University, Brian also holds a master’s degree in City Planning from MIT and a master’s degree in Economics from American University.