Mr. Genn serves as the Vice President of MCB Harborplace, leading the redevelopment of MCB Real Estate’s assets in downtown Baltimore, including the Inner Harbor and Harborplace. Mr. Genn is a proven enterprise leader with extensive experience in extremely complex, large-scale real estate portfolio projects, strategic initiatives, and complex financial executions including representation of a joint venture between the world’s second largest investment bank and the family office of the CEO of one of the world’s largest apparel manufacturers.
Prior to his work with MCB, Mr. Genn was Co-Lead of Development at MAG Partners responsible for master planning, entitlements, government relations, legislative affairs, TIF, affordable and conventional financing, development and management efforts across initiatives including the Port Covington Development Project and its Community Benefits Agreements.
Preceding his time at MAG Partners, Mr. Genn was Managing Director of Development for Weller Development Company responsible for entitling, financing, and delivering over $650 Million of improvements including stewardship of ~$137MM of TIF Bonds. Mr. Genn previously worked as a General Contractor and Owner’s Representative on mixed-use and transit-oriented development projects across the state of Maryland. Among these projects was a 3.5+ million square foot, mixed-use infill redevelopment project adjacent to the Prince George’s Plaza metro, the first phase of which was named the 2014 MBIA multi-family project of the year. Mr. Genn earned his bachelor’s degree from Emory University where he was a four-year varsity letter winner and two-year captain of the Baseball Team, and was a Dean’s Scholar at the Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business in the Master of Real Estate and Infrastructure program.