Join the Greater Baltimore Committee and representatives from Weller Development Company for a discussion on:
- Plans and progress for Port Covington
- Importance and impact of the project
- Community benefits of Port Covington development
- Marc Weller — President and Founding Partner, Weller Development Company
- Steve Siegel — Partner, Weller Development Company
- Marc Broady, Esq. — Vice President of Community Affairs, Weller Development Company
- Scooter Monroe — Vice President & Head of Office Leasing, Weller Development Company
Marc Weller has more than 25 years of experience developing and building residential, commercial and mixed-use real estate development projects. In 2012, prior to founding Weller Development Company, Weller and Under Armour Founder, CEO and Chairman Kevin Plank, founded Sagamore Development Company, a full-service real estate company with expertise in acquisitions, development, leasing, construction management and property management.
As a Partner since its inception in 2017, Steve Siegel oversees day-to-day operations of the company including master planning, development, construction, leasing, finance, communications and new business development. Siegel led the negotiation and structuring of Goldman Sachs’ $233 million equity investment in Port Covington as well as the $660 million Tax Increment Financing investment by the City.
Marc Broady brings more than a decade of experience in civic and community involvement to the company. As Vice President, Broady is responsible for leading the Port Covington Community Impact Team, whose mission is to ensure that the transformational nature of the Port Covington development project reaches beyond its physical boundaries. He spearheads initiatives focused on workforce development programming, local hiring and apprenticeships, support for women- and minority-owned businesses, community partnerships and more.
Scooter Monroe is responsible for executing Weller’s vision for development projects and operating businesses from concept through completion. Monroe has more than 14 years of experience in the development of commercial and multi-family projects in the Baltimore and Washington, D.C., metropolitan area.
When: Wednesday, August 4, 2021; 10-11 a.m.
Where: Webinar via Zoom
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Cost: GBC members: $25, non-members: $50
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