Baron Bond is an executive of Foundation Group, a real estate management, investment, and development company based in Baltimore, where he has asset management responsibilities for a portfolio of multifamily communities, retail commercial centers, and land holdings. Prior to working in real estate development, Mr. Bond practiced corporate and real estate law in Manhattan at White & Case and Skadden, Arps.
His day-to-day focus consists of asset management responsibilities for a portfolio of multifamily communities, retail commercial centers, and land holdings in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Puerto Rico.
Mr. Bond’s real estate development experience began in a construction trailer in Florida where he worked as a project manager for one of the nation’s largest home builders. Before the work boots got very dirty, he reverted to a more white collar environment and role within an entrepreneurial Florida company that focuses on large-scale, mixed-use development projects along the eastern seaboard.
Prior to working in real estate development, Mr. Bond practiced corporate and real estate law in New York City at the premier law firms of White & Case and Skadden, Arps.
Mr. Bond received his undergraduate degree in business in 1994 from Washington University in St. Louis where he was class valedictorian. He attended Duke University and Columbia University Law Schools, earning his J.D. in 1997 from Duke. He also received a Master's degree in real estate development and investment from New York University in 2000.
Mr. Bond enjoys weight training, classic rock and electronica music, foreign travel, motorcycling, science fiction, exotic cars, port wine and tobacco pipes. His interests of a more academic nature include moral philosophy and constitutional law. He is a Trustee of the Reason Foundation. Mr. Bond lives in Maryland with his wife and three children.