CEO & President
To the arena of Urban Development, Adam Troy, brings his expertise with profitable real estate projects involving multiple partnerships among corporations, government, faith-based entities and community groups. In 1994, Adam along with business partner Keith Key, founded Omni Management Group – a real estate development company specializing in office development and multi-family housing. Under their dual leadership over the last decade, Omni has become one of the premiere African-American owned real estate development companies in the nation. As Managing Partner of Omni Development and now as President & CEO of TROY Enterprises, his experience in banking, corporate/government relations, and focus on community development has positioned him as one of our nation’s emerging leaders in the field of business and real estate development.
Adam also serves as a managing partner for Mahogany Ventures and M Retail Ventures, partnerships between Skilken and Troy Enterprises formed to develop properties and provide consulting expertise for mixed-use projects in underserved urban markets. His completed project track record demonstrates a proven ability to work in unison with staff, volunteers, and board of directors. Skillful in interacting with stakeholders, community groups and government officials at varying levels, he is recognized for his ability to gain consensus. Clients describe his workmanship as innovative, versatile, and always centered on the end-user. Adam’s vast network of contacts and his results-oriented approach have earned him the moniker of "maestro" in many circles.
Over the past decade he has established a unique career path and serves as a valued and trusted advisor to a wide range of business, religious and political leaders. Adam has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Banking & Finance from Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia. He is also a graduate of the Summer Leadership Institute at Harvard University Divinity School’s Center for Church-based Community and Economic Development Study. He has developed a legacy of community service within a number of organizations and serves as an Advisory Board member of the Real Estate Center at the Fisher College of Business.