Brett Pelletier is a finance and land economics professional who specializes in commercial real estate problem solving and Affordable Housing finance, advisory, and policy. He has been with Kirk & Company in Boston and Newport since 2005 and is responsible for operations of the firm and direct consulting assignments. Additionally, Brett is an adjunct professor of finance and economics at Salve Regina University. Brett has in-depth experience with all aspects of the real estate life cycle, including due diligence and analysis for development, redevelopment, acquisition, historic rehabilitation and adaptive reuse.
A graduate of Bentley College, Bryant University and the Harvard University Extension School, he is a passionate learner who strives to bridge dissimilar disciplines in solving problems involving both economics and the built environment.
Brett's excited to get to work. “Preserve RI is such a powerful organization that is actively engaged in the business of preservation and providing creative solutions to vexing preservation problems. I’m so happy to join a group of passionate doers in not only preserving historic architecture but ultimately seeing buildings used and enjoyed by as many people as possible, for generations to come.”