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Professional Profile: Mark Mascia 2013

About

  • Title: President & CEO
  • Company: Mascia Development, LLC
  • Location: 244 Fifth Avenue Suite M204 N.Y.C./Satellite offices in Rochester, NY, Arlington, VA and Boston, MA
  • Birthplace: Born in Dayton, Ohio raised in Brookfield, CT

Education: BBA from The George Washington University with a double major in Small Business and Information Systems MS from The George Washington University with a concentration in Information Systems Development MS from New York University with a concentration in Real Estate Finance

First job outside of real estate: Intern at the American Natural History Museum in New York City in the Information Technology Group

First job in real estate or allied field: Worked as a Realtor at Coldwell Banker in Springfield, VA and then shortly after as a Development Manager for the Ed Peete Company in Arlington, VA.

What do you do now and what are you planning for the future? I currently run Mascia Development, LLC and we are investing in retail, medical office, multifamily and student housing along the East Coast and Midwest. We plan to continue to expand our investments across the entire U.S. and get back to my true passion which is real estate development.

How do you unwind from a busy day in real estate? I am an avid runner so running at the end of a long day is a great stress reliever for me it clears my head. and allows me to step back from work and just be in the moment.

Favorite book or author: My favorite book is Dale Carnegie’s “How to Win Friends and Influence People.” I read it every couple of years and learn something new each time.

Favorite movie: “The Usual Suspects”

Last song you downloaded? “Madness” by Muse

One word to describe your work environment: Exciting

Rules to live by in business: “Find a way or make one.” A quote from Hannibal, Never give up, Dream big and take action, Do what you love, Balance, Never stop learning

If you could invite one person to dinner (living or dead) who would it be and where would you go? I would invite Mayor Michael Bloomberg and we would go to Per Se.