Mr. Thomas Jirovsky is a Senior Advisor with Kosmont Companies providing real estate development feasibility, fiscal and economic impact, and asset management to public agencies, land owners and developers. He is a former Senior Managing Director with CBRE, and headed their national land use and economic consulting practice. Prior to joining CBRE in 2000, he was CFO and principal with Kotin, Regan & Mouchly, Inc.

Throughout his 30-year career he has specialized in the areas of market and financial feasibility analysis with particular emphasis on master planned communities, economic development, land secured financing strategies, asset management, and public/private joint ventures for small urban infill projects to large residential/commercial projects.

While at CBRE he developed a fiscal impact model for the City of El Segundo to help in evaluating changes to General Plan land use. He has managed fiscal and economic impact studies for Disneyland’s 50th anniversary, as well as a fiscal impact study for the Disney’s California Adventure expansion and the redevelopment of the Grand Central Business Center in Glendale.

He has extensive experience in transit oriented development, having worked for the past 15 years on numerous joint development projects for the Metro Red Line and Blue Line, the San Francisco BART system and the Honolulu High Capacity Transit Corridor projects.

He specializes in financial feasibility analysis for high-rise residential, hotel and mixed-use projects in downtown Los Angeles. He has assisted a wide range public agencies throughout California in evaluating recreational, commercial, and residential development projects, tax increment and infrastructure financing and in the negotiation of development agreements for reuse plans for MCAS El Toro, Hunter’s Point Naval Shipyard and Concord Naval Weapons Station.


Mr. Jirovsky is a LEED Accredited Professional and a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and Urban Land Institute (ULI).


Mr. Jirovsky graduated with honors, receiving a B.S. in Architecture from the University of Southern California and a MBA in Finance from the University of Southern California.