Contact

Crossroads Office

1712 Main St #200 

Kansas City, MO 64108

Phone:

816-281-5900

Westport Commons Office

300 E 39th Street

Kansas City, MO 64111

Lenexa Office

10000 Marshall Dr 

Lenexa, KS 66215

Email:

​info@braindev.group

Andrew Brain
  • CEO &  Founder, Brain Group

  • General Partner, Marvel Properties

  • Co-Founder, S&B Ventures

  • Associate, Kansas City Sustainable Development Partners

  • Board Member, US Green Building Council Local Chapter

  • Board Member, Midwest Innocence Project

Andrew graduated Tulane University with a Bachelor’s in Science Management, majoring in finance and legal studies. Brain Group specializes in identifying unique and undervalued assets for repositioning and/or redevelopment. We can help achieve your property goals through our experiences in developing, consulting, financial analytics, and asset management. With $10M under management and on pace to exceed $30M this year along with $100M+ of development management in the pipeline, Brain Group is growing at lightning speed. In addition to starting Brain Group, Andrew is a general partner at Marvel Properties, a Kansas City based private multifamily real estate fund. Marvel Properties has been a pioneer of higher end multifamily product in the Kansas City area, dedicated to giving our tenants the best experience possible. As a result, we opened Kansas City’s first smart apartment building last summer in partnership with Homebase.

After spending the last several years working in Miami for a highly recognized real estate development and brokerage company, Andrew decided to start his own company dedicated to the Kansas City area. Andrew boasts an extensive network of friends, colleagues, and  partners who all share his passion to revitalize and build upon Kansas City's historic legacy. This work has earned Andrew "Top Connector 2017" as recognition for his efforts in creating relationships amongst Kansas City business leaders.

Awards:

  • 20 in their twenties, class of 2017 – Ingram’s

  • Top connector in Kansas City – The Connector Project, Kauffman Foundation