Mark Minnerly serves as the Director of Real Estate and is project partner at the The Mosites Company. Mark is a registered architect who began in private practice, then expanded into community development where he served as the Director of Friendship Development Associates, a community development corporation focusing on planning, banking advocacy and real estate development.
Mark’s work in the neighborhood of Friendship lead to his appointment as program officer for the Pittsburgh Partnership of Neighborhood Development (PPND), a non-profit formed to support local community development corporations. His job included managing a program of investment of over $20 million of real estate and community planning capital that in turn yielded over $200 million in new investment in Pittsburgh’s distressed neighborhoods. Additionally, part of Mark’s background was his work for HUD as part of Secretary Andrew Cuomo’s Community Builder Fellows, where he facilitated cross-program collaborations within HUD and with other government, charitable and non-profit partners.
Mark serves as adjunct faculty at Carnegie Mellon University teaching Real Estate Design and Development, and was a member of the City of Pittsburgh Design Review Committee and on the Board of Directors of the Community Design Center of Pittsburgh (CDCP).