Ryan Brandt joined Rochester’s Cornerstone Group in the summer of 2013 as a Real Estate Development Associate. He has helped compile numerous successful funding applications and is working with several of Cornerstone’s partners on present and future housing ventures. Ryan has been a Project Manager for several developments including both phases of Frances Apartments, which is comprised of 104 units across 14 buildings in the Town of Sweden; Stadium Estates II, a 46-unit urban infill development in Rochester; and Town Side at Pre Emption, an 88-unit tax-exempt bond deal in Geneva. He also was part of the team that developed and manages Cornerstone’s first self-storage facility on Owens Road in the Town of Sweden.
Ryan’s prior experience includes four years at CoreLogic Real Estate Tax Service, where he spent the majority of his time overseeing the payment and maintenance of property taxes for the CitiMortgage REO (Real Estate Owned) portfolio. Ryan also co-led a Six Sigma Yellow Belt project to help improve quality and efficiency of the company’s escrow analysis process.
A graduate of Pittsford Mendon High School and St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY, Ryan now lives in Perinton with his wife and sons. He has been active in the Corn Hill Neighbors Association, including the Festival Committee, Chairing the Security Committee, and “Police and Citizens Together Against Crime” group.
Ryan is also the Finance Chair for the Al Sigl Council, which engages in fundraising and community service activities to benefit its member agencies. He joined the Al Sigl Facilities Committee in 2019, which helps to oversee the operation of the numerous buildings and properties the Al Sigl community of agencies use to serve their clients. In 2020, Ryan joined the Fairport Baptist Homes’ Adult Care Facility Board, as well. He is an active Real Estate Salesperson in the State of New York, conducting closings on properties in multiple counties in Western New York.