Steven C. Smith - BRP Companies

Steven C. Smith

Managing Director

Mr. Smith is responsible for overseeing BRP’s underwriting, financial structuring and investment related activities. Also as Chief Financial Officer of BRP CDE, LLC, an affiliate of BRP Companies, Mr. Smith is responsible for the oversight of BRP’s New Markets Tax Credit program. Prior to joining BRP Development, Mr. Smith was a Director at RAK Group, LLC, a private real estate owner of office and multi-family properties. During his five year tenure with RAK Group, Mr. Smith was a Partner in the purchase and disposition of over $250 million of multi-family condo conversion projects throughout Florida. His responsibilities included deal underwriting, managing the due diligence process and overseeing the conversion of 1,800 rental units into condominium units. Mr. Smith was also responsible for asset management of the firm’s residential rental portfolio and office properties located in New York, Boston and Dallas. Prior to RAK Group, Mr. Smith held various positions during his six year tenure with AIG’s Research and Development Department and Global Real Estate Investment Group. While at AIG’s Global Real Estate Investment Group, Mr. Smith underwrote and valued domestic multi-family developments, resulting in the firm’s investment of over $100 million in projects.

 

Education:

  • New York University Stern School of Business, MBA Finance
  • Hunter College of the City University of New York, MS Social Research
  • Hunter College of the City University of New York, BA Sociology

Favorite project:

The Bradford

 

“The Bradford embodies everything that makes BRP what it is. It demonstrates working with public/private partnerships and employing creative solutions under challenging circumstances. The Bradford cemented BRP’s image as a creative problem-solver!”

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BRP’s senior professionals have over 100 years of combined real estate and management experience. The team has been involved in more than $2 billion in real estate investments and $20 billion in other financial transactions during their professional careers.

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