About David Cordish
David S. Cordish is the third-generation CEO and Chairman of The Cordish Companies.
He was born in Baltimore to Ethel and Paul L. Cordish. His father established the Cordish Law Firm, which operated as and still serves as the legal arm of the Cordish Company, which was created in 1910 by his grandfather, Louis Cordish.
David S. Cordish Net Worth, Earnings & Spending Habits
What is David S. Cordish’s net worth?
Cordish’s net worth is estimated to be $4 million.
How much does David S. Cordish earn per year?
Information about David S. Cordish's annual earnings is unknown.
Height, Age & Physical Attributes
How tall is David S. Cordish?
Cordish's height is unknown.
How old is David S. Cordish?
Cordish was born on January 30, 1940. He is 82 years old, and his birth sign is an Aquarius.
Childhood And Education
Cordish graduated from Baltimore City College in 1956 at the age of 16. He graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1960. In addition, he got a J.D. from the University of Maryland Law School in 1963, he was on the Board of Editors of the Law Review. Finally, in 1965, he earned an M.L.A. from Johns Hopkins University.
Family, Romance, And Relationships
Who is David S. Cordish's partner?
Cordish married his college sweetheart, Penny Cordish. They both have three sons, namely, Jonathan Cordish, Blake Cordish, and Reed Cordish. All three of his sons still serve with The Cordish Companies. Jonathan is the vice president of Private Equity Holdings, Blake is the vice president of Real Estate Development, and Reed is the vice president of Entertainment Management. The couple got divorced in 1987. Cordish remarried to Suzi Cordish.
Career And Professional Highlights
Best Known For...
David S. Cordish is an American real estate developer and the third-generation CEO and Chairman of The Cordish Companies. He is the son of Paul L. Cordish.
In 1968, he joined The Cordish Companies and began developing office buildings, and community, regional, and neighborhood shopping centers. He has worked in law, government, and commercial businesses. He also helped mediate city labor disputes as to the Director of the Urban Development Action Grant program in Washington D.C. in both the Reagan and Carter Administrations.
Cordish started a second section of the company that specialized in the construction and renovation of multi-use downtown urban projects after interrupting a successful development career to serve as Director of UDAG in 1981. Aside from his work at HUD, he had been assigned to a number of civic leadership roles, as well as serving on a number of national, state, and local boards, both professional and charitable. He has chaired the Baltimore City Harbor Endowment Foundation, the Baltimore City Housing Authority, and other public policy task teams appointed by the city's mayors at various periods.
Cordish worked as a mediator and a pro bono consultant for Loyola College, Johns Hopkins University, Stevenson University, and other non-profit organizations dealing with significant development projects and connections with the communities in which they operate. Under his leadership, The Cordish Companies had expanded to over $1 billion in commercial activity by 2010.
What awards has David S. Cordish won?
Cordish was awarded the Johns Hopkins Real Estate Program’s Leadership Award in 2004 and has received multiple other awards and regional and national honors.
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