Tim Elliott provides the vision, the planning and the passion that bring all Elliott Sidewalk Communities to life.
He has more than 30 years of experience in architecture, design, administration and project management for developments ranging in value from $20 million to $220 million.
Prior to founding Elliott Sidewalk Communities, Tim worked as principal developer with Sora Development, where he was responsible for planning and creating more than $800 million of university-centric developments throughout the United States. Before Sora, Tim was a partner in a large Baltimore architecture firm that designed senior housing projects in 27 states and seven countries. The firm also designed higher education campuses, healthcare facilities and corporate headquarters throughout the East.
Tim has authored several articles about design and campus-town development trends that have appeared in numerous publications, including the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times and the Charlotte Observer.
Tim is a true admirer of Walt Disney. He takes great inspiration from Disney's foresight and creativity, his brilliant planning and operational skills, and the remarkably enduring company and culture he created. Like Walt Disney, Tim aims to balance a great sense of adventure, community, and operational skill into any development project.
A Maryland native, Tim earned his BS degree in Architecture from the University of Maryland. He lives with his wife and two daughters in Baltimore, and enjoys painting and photography.
Brian is responsible for overseeing the financial operations of the business including financing real estate projects through equity, mezzanine and debt sources. He also works with Tim to develop strategies to continually innovate and differentiate Elliott Sidewalk Communities.
For more than three decades, Brian has been a leader in and to successful businesses. First as an employee, then as an executive and for the past fifteen years as a business owner and entrepreneur. Rogers began his career working for entrepreneurs at Ernst & Young. His twenty-five-year career in industry has included stints at companies in the real estate, healthcare and insurance sectors. In April 2017, Rogers closed on the sale of ArmadaGlobal, a business he co-founded in 2005 with Keith Sullivan, a long-time business partner and friend.
A Maryland native, Brian graduated from the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia, where he played lacrosse. He also earned an M.B.A. from Loyola University in Baltimore. He resides in Baltimore with his wife, Lisa. They have four daughters. Brian leverages his experience in business to catalyze a number of social causes. He spends his downtime with his family at their shore home in St. Michaels, Maryland.
Jim Flannery is a real estate professional with over 30 years of commercial real estate experience, which includes all aspects of real estate ownership, operations, acquisitions, development, project management, investment, leasing and marketing. He has developed major real estate projects for some of the area’s top corporations and institutions and has also developed speculative office and industrial projects, having direct involvement in the design, construction and lease-up of the projects. In addition, Jim worked closely with property management upon completion and lease-up of the projects, which provided him a valuable understanding of the cost benefit of design and construction decisions. Jim’s ability in identifying development opportunities, maximizing value and finding creative solutions to real estate challenges adds value to any project or assignment.
Jim managed the development and construction for the $150 million Phase 3 expansion of the T. Rowe Price Corporate Campus in Owings Mills, MD. This project consisted of two “Class A” office buildings totaling 408,000 square feet and two parking structures for 1,249 automobiles. Over the course of his career, Jim has been involved in the development of over 1,500,000 square feet of new building projects including third party fee development assignments.
In addition, Jim has been involved in the acquisition of over $250,000,000 of commercial real estate for investment and/or redevelopment. This involvement included the analysis, negotiation and the required due diligence for the transaction. Jim was part of the team which sold the Riparius Development Corporation portfolio to Highwoods Properties, Inc. in 1997.
Jim is a graduate of Towson University with a BS degree in Business Administration and is a life-long resident of Baltimore.
Director- Leasing and Project Coordination
Marilyn joins Elliott Sidewalk Communities with energy, enthusiasm, and experience in the real estate industry. She has spent the last twenty years in the commercial and residential real estate field handling client/tenant prospecting, deal and lease negotiations, budget preparing, development leasing, and relationship building.
She spent a large portion of her career as an Account Manager for the Rouse Company where she managed, leased, and negotiated twelve national retailers, including The Gap, Abercrombie & Fitch, L’Occitane, and Barnes & Noble for the Rouse portfolio. She leased new development projects, including local and regional deal making, lease negotiation, tenant coordination, site/market tours for national retailers and lease plan merchandising. She also introduced new additional retailers to the company portfolio.
From there, she went on to hold titles of Leasing Manager, Senior Leasing Manager, Senior Leasing Representative, and Director of Retail Leasing for numerous real estate firms and handled various aspects of leasing shopping malls around Maryland and Virginia.
Marilyn is a Baltimore native and graduated from Loyola University with a BA as well as an MBA in Business with a Minor in Marketing. She now resides in Baltimore County with her daughter.