Marty Stallone is the executive vice president of development with Metropolitan Development Group (MDG), an Eastern Pennsylvania-based land development company known for handing all manner of land development projects, including commercial buildings, industrial tracts, and residential homes (both low- and high-density single family homes), as well as countless other development projects. In Marty’s role as the executive vice president of development with MDG, he is responsible for the management of all corporate functions as well as the handling of risk management, finance, and cash-flow analytics.
With more than 20 years of experience in finance and executive leadership, Marty brings a unique perspective to his responsibilities with MDG. The executive vice president of land development has drawn on his years of professional expertise to guide MDG in executing its land development strategies in the most efficient and effective way possible. As a result of Marty’s contributions, MDG has continued to expand its diverse portfolio of development projects while ensuring the continued growth of the company’s land development pipeline.
Marty, a longtime resident of Eastern Pennsylvania, is recognized by his industry peers for his exacting, detail-oriented approach in carrying out his wide-ranging professional responsibilities with MDG. Marty’s precision and careful attention to detail has long been a hallmark of his professional career and can be traced all the way back to the academic accomplishments that earned him acceptance to an Ivy League institution. A National Merit Scholar honoree and a member of the Chi Psi Fraternity, Marty graduated from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, using his academic career to lay the foundation for the lengthy run of professional success he has since gone on to enjoy, including in his most recent endeavor with MDG.
In addition to the benefits his professional career has delivered to the area of Eastern Pennsylvania and beyond, Marty is always seeking new ways to give back to the local community whenever he can. Over the past several years, for example, Marty has served as an assistant basketball coach for Wyomissing Area High School and has continued to offer his insight and support to the community as a board member for the Wyomissing Area Education Foundation as well as the Wyomissing Football Association and the IM Able Foundation.
Despite Marty’s lengthy list of impressive accomplishments, the executive vice president of land development is not the least bit concerned about the possibility of complacency. In fact, Marty has laid out a set of ambitious goals for MDG’s future and remains confident in his ability to achieve the almost impossibly lofty goals he has set for himself and the land development company for which he serves as executive vice president of land development.