St. John Properties Selects Matt Taylor as Development Manager

Matt Taylor
Matt Taylor

BALTIMORE, MD (September 16, 2021) – St. John Properties, Inc., a Baltimore-based full-service commercial real estate development and investment company, has announced the hiring of Matt Taylor as Development Manager. He is a Professional Engineer certified in the State of Maryland, and previously worked at Richmond American Homes as a Land Development Manager.

Taylor is the newest member of the company’s in-house development team which is responsible overseeing the site design and permitting processes. He brings more than seven years of related commercial real estate experience to St. John Properties. Taylor earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering and Infrastructure Engineering from George Mason University, and a Master’s of Science degree in Real Estate and Infrastructure from The Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School.

“Matt brings a strong engineering background to this position, coupled with familiarity with the Baltimore-Washington, D.C. commercial real estate landscape and demonstrated experience in entitlement protocols,” explained Thomas Pilon, Executive Vice President, Development for St. John Properties. “As our company continues to execute a sustained speculative development strategy, we have confidence that Matt will be an integral member and strong contributor to our development team.”

Founded in 1971 and headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, St. John Properties, Inc. is one of the Mid-Atlantic’s largest privately held commercial real estate firms. The company is distinguished by its commitment to customer service, achievements in green building, and top-rated workplace culture. Throughout St. John Properties’ 50-year history, the company has developed more than 21 million square feet of flex/R&D, Office, Retail and Warehouse space serving more than 2,500 clients in Maryland, Colorado, Louisiana, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Utah, and Wisconsin. For more information about the company, visit