Michael Tippin founded Tippin Corporation in 1996. The company has completed high profile historic redevelopment projects, including the iconic Flatiron buildings in Toronto (Canada) and Atlanta (USA). The company is currently focused on countries of Central and Eastern Europe. Michael has successfully invested over $1 billion during his 20 year career. His co-investors include several prestigious institutional investment funds.
Michael was formerly the Managing Director of Intracorp Developments Canada and Investment Manager at Prudential of England and GPM Canada.
Michael studied Urban Economics and International Business at York University (Canada); he is a chartered property surveyor.
Michael was born in 1967 in Toronto (Canada).
Tippin Corporation specializes in in the redevelopment of landmark properties worldwide. Tippin Corporation invests in countries with high growth potential as a result of favorable geo-political and socio-economic change, and use architecture to address spatial and aesthetic voids. The company is presently redeveloping the former Stock Exchange Palace in Budapest (Hungary), a circa 1926 transformer station in Berlin (Germany) and the circa 1930’s international airport in Tbilisi (Georgia). Tippin Corporation is based in Budapest, Hungary.