Brian Gross, Senior Associate
As a Senior Associate with Waronzof, Mr. Gross’ practice emphasizes consulting in the fields of economic development and complex real estate valuation, linking property-level economic performance with the economic effects of local land use decisions.
Mr. Gross’ strategic economic development assignments include a broad scope of feasibility studies and performance assessments, including a performance assessment for the Long Beach Redevelopment Agency that quantified the “catalytic” impact of redevelopment projects on local real estate markets.
While at Waronzof, Mr. Gross has had the opportunity to work on a wide range of complex valuation engagements, including portfolio valuation, tax appeal, right-of-way, and economic damage assignments.
In an ongoing effort to provide green building services to its clients, Mr. Gross has worked on business case development, project financial analysis, underwriting support, and valuation issues relating to green building projects. Notable assignments include an evaluation of green building financial characteristics on behalf of institutional investors, and research into the drivers and barriers to green building investment for an investment advisor.
Prior to joining Waronzof Associates, Mr. Gross obtained masters degrees in both Business Administration (UC Irvine, 2002-2004) and Urban Planning (UCLA, 2000-2002), and a bachelor of arts from Claremont McKenna (1991-1995).
Professional experience prior to his graduate education includes cost estimating at Rudolph and Sletten, a construction general contractor (1998-2000), and project coordination at TRC Solutions, a turn-key environmental consulting firm. (1996-1998).
Mr. Gross is an accredited professional for the United States Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program, and an implementation member of the Green Building Finance Consortium.
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