Managing Partner & Co-Founder
Mr. Marshall is a co-founder and managing partner of BRP Companies, a vertically integrated owner, operator, developer and manager of transit-oriented, mixed-use, multifamily properties in the New York Tri-State area. With more than50 employees and a track record of $1.7 billion of completed real estate projects, the firm has an additional $1.3 billion in transactions currently under development.
Mr. Marshall is responsible for executing BRP’s investment strategy, including deal origination, acquisition, finance and development. He also has led the firm’s strategic partnership initiatives such as the firm’s decade-long partnership with Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group and BRP’s active relationships with all of the New York City agencies.
Prior to co-founding BRP, Mr. Marshall was a managing director at Musa Capital Advisors, an emerging markets private equity and financial advisory firm based in New York City that managed a separate account for Kingdom Holding Africa, HRH’s Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal’s investment vehicle for Sub-Saharan Africa. At Musa Capital, Mr. Marshall was instrumental in executing cross-border transactions, including the $37 million development of a mixed-use office complex and mall in Harare, Zimbabwe. Mr. Marshall also led successful investments in the telecommunications and financial services sectors.
Prior to Musa Capital Advisors, Mr. Marshall was a senior associate at Wasserstein Perella & Co., an investment banking firm based in New York City. While at Wasserstein, Mr. Marshall was an integral member of the firm’s telecommunications and media, mergers and acquisitions practice, where he assisted in transactions exceeding $15 billion.
Mr. Marshall is a founding member of the Council of Urban Professionals (CUP) and a member of the Executive Board of the New York State Affordable Housing Association (NYSAFAH). Mr. Marshall also proudly serves on the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) Board of Governors, Enterprise NYC Advisory Board and Citizens Housing and Planning Council Board.
Additionally, Mr. Marshall is the recipient of the Columbia Business School African American Alumni Association Trailblazer Award and Citizens Housing Planning Council Impact Award for Housing. He has been designated a trustee of Xavier University of Louisiana and named one of commercial real estate’s most powerful players by The Commercial Observer in their annual Power 100 ranking.
Mr. Marshall holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Boston University and a Master of Business Administration in Finance and International Business from Columbia Business School. He regularly speaks on panels and guest lectures on workforce housing, finance and development at Columbia Business School and Georgetown University.