Brandon Schultz

As an architect who specializes in the design of all types of housing, Brandon understands that residential projects play a vital role in defining, transforming, and sustaining communities. His skills include the application of historic tax credit financing, Low Income Housing Tax Credit programs, sustainability improvements to existing buildings, and public outreach. He works closely with clients, tenant groups, community members, and review authorities to ensure that projects address program requirements and respond to neighborhood context.

Brandon’s experience includes the design of affordable housing, adaptive use, new construction of row homes and midrise developments, high-rise renovation, tenant-in-place rehabilitations, and transitional housing.

He actively supports many non-profit housing and preservation organizations and takes pride in creating safe, inviting, sustainable, and functional housing. Brandon’s residential projects have been a catalyst for community revitalization efforts and helped boost local economies throughout Maryland.


Master of Architecture, University of Oregon, 2002

Master of Science in Historic Preservation, University of Oregon, 2002

Bachelor of Arts, University of Minnesota, 1998


Neighborhood Design Center    

Baltimore Heritage, Board Member    

Maryland Affordable Housing Coalition    

Mayor’s Safe Artist Space Task Force  

American Institute of Architects

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