Justin Landry Joins Stirling Ownership

by • January 5, 2023 • NewsComments (0)5148

Stirling Properties announced that Senior Vice President of Development and Finance Justin Landry became a Stirling Properties shareholder on Jan. 1. He joins Marty Mayer, president and CEO; Townsend Underhill, president of development; Grady Brame, executive vice president; Donna Smith, executive vice president; and Paul Mastio, chief financial officer, as part of the company’s ownership team.

Landry manages $1,2 billin in debt for over 80 real estate loans across the Stirling portfolio. Landry also oversees economic feasibility of developments and acquisitions, and played a role in Stirling’s move into multifamily. He joined the firm in 2007.

“After graduating from LSU, Justin joined Stirling and has truly learned debt and equity markets and the commercial real estate industry from the ground up.  His growth as a professional and a leader has been an amazing journey. We are excited for the future of Stirling and Justin playing a significant role in our evolution,” said Underhill.

As part of the Stirling ownership, Justin will expand his role within the company’s development, finance, and acquisition functions and help lead the company in expanding its existing business plan, growth, profitability and strong business connections.

“Justin has proven to be an exceptional leader within Stirling and our industry. And most importantly, he embodies our core values and is a role model for others,” said Marty Mayer. 

Justin is an active member of ICSC (Innovating Commerce Serving Communities), where he has served on their Scholarship Committee and Next Generation Leadership Network. Most recently, he was chosen as Marketplace Council Director for the Southeast Region. In 2020, Mr. Landry was awarded the prestigious CRE credential by the Counselors of Real Estate.

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