As vice president of the development division, Adam is responsible for overseeing the development process and financing for CSP’s adaptive reuse and new construction projects. He has significant experience with a variety of public financing tools, including state and federal historic tax credits, New Markets Tax Credits, tax increment financing, and state environmental remediation incentives.
Adam most recently completed the redevelopment of the Hoen Lithograph Building, a $37MM 85,000 SF adaptive reuse project in the heart of East Baltimore. Hoen was a vacant building for over 40 years, and is now a vibrant community hub with Morgan State University, ABC’s construction training academy, a adult learning center, and animation studio occupying the building.
Adam is currently working on the development of Baltimore Penn Station and the Choice Neighborhoods Initiative in the Perkins, Somerset, and Oldtown neighborhoods. These master development efforts involve multiple projects and represent over $2 billion dollars in total development cost phased over the next 10 years. Adam is overseeing the design, construction, leasing, and public/private financing for these projects.
Adam holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis.