David Brint

Principal
Mr. Brint is involved in all development activities including acquisitions, development financing, equity syndication and property management.  Mr. Brint has arranged over $1 billion in complex financial transactions utilizing a variety of tools including: tax exempt bonds, Federal HOPE VI, CDBG, Empowerment Zone and HOME funds, mortgage-based and cash-flow loans, credit enhancements, Historic and Low Income Tax Credits, TIF financing and assorted grant programs. These creative financing tools have been used to leverage public and private resources and have enabled the development of over 7,000 units of successful affordable housing throughout the Nation.

Mr. Brint presently serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Foundation Fighting Blindness. Board Member of the Retinal Development Fund; Past President of the Board Director of the Illinois Housing Council, Founding Member and President of the Board of Director of the Illinois Housing and Community Development PAC; Former Board Director of The Chicago Lighthouse for People Who are Blind and Visually Impaired and Board Director of Karate Can Do Foundation; Former Member of the Chicago Federal Home Loan Bank Board Community Investment Advisory Council; Founding Member and past Director of Highland Park Community Land Trust. He formerly served as Board President of the Victor C. Neumann Foundation, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to serving developmentally disabled individuals.

Mr. Brint received a bachelor’s degree in economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.