Thomas Curtin

Team Partner

Specializing in investment banking solutions

Owner Services

Serving as an advocate to address the unique strengths and weaknesses of each asset.

Design & Project Development

Proactively identifying elements of design and construction that affect cost, marketability, operations and occupancy.


Thomas Curtin & Associates

  • +18132209986

  • Based In

    Tampa, Florida, USA

Thomas Curtin is a Wall Street trained investment banker with over thirty years of experience in project and corporate finance. He has consulted for the hospitality industry, multi and single-family housing developments, health care industry and resort and golf course acquisition and finance as well as commercial office development and financing.

Mr. Curtin is based in Tampa Bay, Florida, and brings as a Bespoke team partner, a recent specialty in managing the successful acquisition and finance of several golf course properties through acquisition and placement of financing through insurance companies and real estate investment trusts, as well as acting as Chief Financial Officer for Chesapeake Atlantic Holdings, a Tampa Bay based commercial real estate development company.

During his Wall Street tenure, Mr. Curtin placed over $500 million in trustee held revenue bond proceeds pursuant to guaranteed investment contracts. Notably, Mr. Curtin was the Investment Banker responsible for creating a construction loan funding program using tax-exempt notes. This program generated over one billion dollars of MIG 1 (Moody’s) rated construction loan note financings for the New York City Housing Development Corporation and the Maryland Housing Opportunity Commission. This structure became the national model for CLN financing.

Mr. Curtin, earlier in his career, was a project manager for the Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation and a housing analyst for the N.Y.C. Mayor’s Office of Management and Budget.

Mr. Curtin has a Masters of Science in Urban Planning (1979) from Columbia University and a B.A. History (1972) (NROTC) from the University of Rochester. Mr. Curtin resigned his commission as a lieutenant, (surface warfare) in the U.S. Navy in 1976.