Brian D. McCarl, Founder

Brian McCarl & Company - Commercial Property Development in Portland Oregon Brian McCarl started the company in 1990 to focus on urban multifamily and service enriched senior housing. As President, he provided leadership for the successful completion of $100 million of new building assets. He left the company for five years in 2006 to become Pacific Northwest Region Vice President Acquisitions for Newland Real Estate Group, the largest private master planned community builder in the United States. He returned to the company in 2012.

During his 40  year career Brian has gained valuable insights into real estate development.   His experience includes the master planning and development of 170 blocks of urban real estate in downtown Portland, Oregon.  Signature projects include RiverPlace, Pioneer Courthouse Square, Waterfront Park, Pacific Tower, The WestShore Apartments,  and the Lloyd Business District Development Plan.

A graduate of the University Of Oregon School Of Architecture and Allied Arts and a real estate developer his entire career, Brian brings a unique set of professional skills and attention to detail to each effort. He was 2012 Chairman of the Portland Home Builders Building Innovation Council, a past member of the US Green Building Council and Newland Communities Team Leader for sustainable development.  Brian McCarl & Co. has a well-earned reputation for delivering  real estate services and development that exhibit current architecture, quality construction and that fit the environment. Our projects are completed on time, on budget and always deliver threshold returns on invested capital.


State of Oregon Innovative Housing Awards:
Pacific Tower, The Westshore and Fifth Avenue Commons

Progressive Architecture Citation: Pioneer Courthouse Square

American Society of Landscape Architects Award:
RiverPlace & Marina Mixed-Use

Portland Development Commission Distinguished Service Award:
RiverPlace, Pioneer Square, Waterfront Park

HUD Urban Development Award: Thomas Mann Building Mixed-Use

Hotel Alder National Historic Building Designation

Governor of Oregon – Oregon Convention Center Area Award