Louis Pfaff is a native New Yorker with more than 20 years of experience in real estate who has completed over $100M in successful acquisitions including complex entitlement work. He has a bachelor’s degree in business with a major in finance and a master’s degree in real estate and urban planning from The University of Florida. His work experience includes Bank of America’s commercial real estate group, CBRE underwriting multi-family loans, commercial real estate appraisal, acquisitions, leasing, sales, property management, and operations management.
Louis maintains a strong belief that one should use their talents where possible in a philanthropic capacity and has helped relocate Carmelite nuns out of Brooklyn and is presently overseeing the entire process of building a new $25M monastery, the largest in North America. He manages a team of architects, engineers, attorneys, fundraisers, and contractors. During his spare time, he also renovates Catholic grottos and statues in the NYC area and presently proudly serves on the Pastoral Council for Immaculate Conception Church in Eastchester, where he is also a Knight of Columbus.
While at the University of Florida, Louis won the University’s first State championship in hockey, where he was voted an alternate captain. Louis additionally enjoys running and has completed a full marathon. He is also a life-long poker and hockey player and has coached many sports teams. He resides in Eastchester, NY with his wife of over 20 years and has four wonderful children.