Lasserre Bradley, III

Bradley, Lasserre
Regional Vice President

Lasserre Bradley, III joined Pennrose in June 2017 as Regional Vice President. Mr. Bradley leads the Midwest region and is responsible for the execution and continued growth of Pennrose’s development pipeline throughout the Midwest including all aspects of the real estate development process from initial conception through construction, to lease-up and stabilized occupancy or sale. Over his 20 year career in real estate development, construction and design, Mr. Bradley has developed a diverse background in new construction development, urban redevelopment, historic preservation and place-making. His expertise includes high-end condominiums, market-rate multifamily housing, workforce housing, affordable housing, senior housing, Class A office, and urban neighborhood retail.  

Passionate about bringing the art and science of real estate development together to restore a sense of place to our built environment, Bradley consistently strives towards innovative development solutions that enhance quality of life and engender community, thereby delivering sustainable investments. Mr. Bradley has significant depth of experience in executing on complex real estate development transactions, including the utilization of a full array of public and private funding sources including conventional debt, private equity, HUD loan programs, Low-income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC), various affordable housing gap sources, Federal and State Historic Tax Credits (HTC), New Market Tax Credits (NMTC), Tax Increment Financing (TIF) and real estate tax abatements.

Mr. Bradley holds a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture from the University of Kentucky and maintains his State of Ohio license as a landscape architect. He has continued to expand his breadth of real estate knowledge through the study of town planning, urban design and New Urbanism as well as through finance programs with CCIM and ULI. Lasserre serves on his local township zoning commission, is a deacon at his church, a member of the Congress for the New Urbanism and represented the Cincinnati ULI chapter on the East Regional Product Council on Urban/Mixed Use Development.