Mark O’Neall is a senior associate with Greenstreet Ltd., an Indianapolis-based real estate development, brokerage and consulting firm, focused on leveraging anchor institutions as catalysts for community redevelopment. He is a project manager overseeing anchor institution strategies, housing studies, market analyses, and economic development implementation throughout Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan. Mark sees projects through from conception to reality, starting with building client relationships and earning repeat business. Often building from previous work, his projects can consistently and efficiently meet clients’ needs.
Prior to joining Greenstreet, at a landscape architecture and environmental design firm, he assisted in the planning and design of multi-use trails, grant writing, and environmental/historical documentation. Mark also worked in strategic planning, graphic design, and marketing for a community development corporation and a land bank in Lansing, Michigan. Mark earned a bachelor’s degree in Urban & Regional Planning from Michigan State University’s Honors College, magna cum laude where his undergraduate research was highly recognized. This led to research for a national study in geographic racial equality. During his time at Michigan State, Mark spent a semester studying history, arts and humanities at University College London. He also has a Master of Urban Design from Ball State University’s College of Architecture and Planning: Indianapolis Center. During his graduate studies, Mark worked in multiple charrêttês around the Midwest with Ball State University, helping communities to envision their future.
Mark has volunteered to develop a work plan on natural resources to help inform Plan 2020, the Comprehensive Plan for Indianapolis, and Reconnecting to Our Waterways, a civic initiative. He is an active member in the Urban Land Institute Indiana District Council where he co-chairs the Young Leaders Group and sits on both the Membership and University Outreach Committees. He has volunteered for the American Planning Association’s Urban Design & Preservation Division; for URBN DSGN, an Indianapolis organization that promotes urbanism and high-quality design; and serves as a professional mentor with Ball State’s Master of Urban Design program.
Health and Hospital Corporation Anchor Housing Strategy – Indianapolis, IN
Tippecanoe County Housing Study – Lafayette and West Lafayette, IN
Community Hospital East Economic Impact and Community Benefit – Indianapolis, IN
Sherwood Shopping Center – Troy, Ohio
Equitable Transit Oriented Development Analysis – Indianapolis, IN
Transit Oriented Development Strategic Plan – Indianapolis, IN
State Street Master Plan – West Lafayette, Indiana
Former GM Stamping Plant: Development Strategy – Indianapolis, Indiana
Mercy Health Hackley Campus Transformation – Muskegon, Michigan