Glenn Brill specializes in real estate finance and transaction management. Mr. Brill has over 25 years of experience with strong expertise in development and operations for office, retail, multifamily and mixed-use assets.
Mr. Brill is skilled in a diverse range of real estate and program management disciplines, including stakeholder and client relations, market and financial analysis, appraisal review and valuation, benchmarking, project management oversight and strategic planning for retail, corporate real estate and mixed-use development. His experience also includes cash flow underwriting, valuation, restructuring, and management of the sale of large-scale debt portfolios, including performing and non-performing commercial real estate senior and mezzanine loans.
Mr. Brill's experience includes working as market and financial advisor to investors and developers on large mixed-use retail development projects in the U.S., Spain, Germany, Egypt, Asia and Panama. This experience includes underwriting structured finance, including debt and equity participation. Mr. Brill authors and provides expert testimony on real estate matters, including damages, finance and business operations and has been qualified in U.S. Federal District Court, U.S. Bankruptcy Court (Delaware) and New York State Supreme Court.
Prior to joining FTI Consulting, Mr. Brill was a private real estate consultant, providing financial advisory and asset management services to clients, including valuation, capital planning and restructuring, due diligence, investment and risk management strategies for non-performing assets, as well as strategic planning, market and financial feasibility analysis and program review. Mr. Brill was previously a Transaction and Asset Advisor at Cherokee Investment Partners, LLC, a Senior Manager with Ernst & Young Real Estate Advisory Services and a Senior Consultant with Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Services.
Mr. Brill was an Adjunct Professor for the New York University Schack Real Estate Institute master's degree program and an Adjunct Professor for the New Jersey Institute of Technology School of Architecture.