Mr. Alexander serves as Chief Investment Officer for Ernst Valery Investments Corp. (EVI). Mr. Alexander brings diversified experience in real estate development to EVI, including finance, land acquisition, sourcing of equity and debt, as well as construction management and administration.
He has been responsible for the development management of projects with over $150 million in total value encompassing both affordable and market rate developments in New York City; Miami, FL; Boston, MA; Jacksonville, FL; and Tampa, FL. In addition, Mr. Alexander gained experience in real estate private equity at Real Estate Capital Partners, New York City, where he worked on financing joint venture partnerships to develop residential condominiums and apartments throughout the United States.
Mr. Alexander is also a principal of EVI affiliate SA+A Development and shares overall responsibility for the day-to-day operations and execution of SA+A projects and relationships, as well as working to guide future business opportunities for SA+A. Additionally, Mr. Alexander is a managing member of RaiCoh Partners, which maintains real estate investments in Massachusetts where the company developed DNA Lofts, a 59 unit condominium development; Vogue Plaza, an 18,000 square foot retail plaza; as well as the Bedford Sports Center, a 72,000 square foot mixed-use sports facility.
Prior to joining EVI, David was a senior developer at Carlisle Development Group, one of the largest affordable housing developers in the country. In his work with Carlisle Development Group, Mr. Alexander was involved in the development and financing of over 700 affordable units, including the historic renovation of a former hotel in downtown Miami, FL into housing for the formerly homeless; tax exempt bond senior residences in Jacksonville and Lakeland, FL; as well as several high-rise projects in Miami, FL.
David graduated from Columbia University’s Master of Science Program in Real Estate Development in 2004. He also obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science from Boston University in 1997, graduating Magna Cum Laude.