Louis Dubin Managing Partner Louis Dubin is a managing partner of Redbrick LMD. Louis has invested over $1 billion of equity in U.S. based real estate investments and acquisitions with a gross value of approximately $3 billion. He has completed over 30 real estate developments and investments, including land development, resort, residential for sale and… Continue reading Managing Partner team
Louis Dubin is a managing partner of Redbrick LMD. Louis has invested over $1 billion of equity in U.S. based real estate investments and acquisitions with a gross value of approximately $3 billion. He has completed over 30 real estate developments and investments, including land development, resort, residential for sale and rental, office, self-storage, and master planned communities.
Louis completed his undergraduate work at Washington & Lee University, and his law degree at The Washington College of Law, American University. He is a past winner of Institutional Investor’s Real Estate Deal of the Year. Louis was recently appointed Chair of the NY State Common Retirement Fund Real Estate Committee after serving on the Commitee for 20 years. He is currently Chair of the Governor’s Workforce Board of the state of Maryland. He is an active board member of the Patton Veteran’s Project, as well as a member of the steering committee for the Steers Center for Real Estate at Georgetown University. In addition, he has won many awards for his civic and professional work.
William Passmore is a Managing Partner of Redbrick LMD. He has extensive experience in structuring and negotiating joint venture investment partnerships.
Prior to joining Redbrick in 2005, William was a partner at McKinsey and Co., where he held a series of leadership positions in the private equity, telecommunications, and marketing practices. He is a graduate of Stanford University Graduate School of Business and Imperial College in London.
Tom Skinner is a founding member of Redbrick LMD and is one of the firm’s three Managing Partners. He has invested in and developed close to $2 billion in real estate assets and established a pipeline of over $4 billion in future development projects.
Prior to founding Redbrick, Tom invested in or founded numerous operating businesses primarily in the real estate, technology and financial services industries. Tom began his professional career at McKinsey & Co. where he worked with financial institutions on strategy issues. Tom earned his Ph.D. in economics from MIT and his BA in economics from Oxford University.