DAVID BORINSKY is the chief executive officer of Come Home Baltimore Development Company and the co-founder of the Come Home Zone, Inc, a tax-exempt not-for-profit corporation. The mission of each organization is to develop a replicable/profitable homebuilding program that leads to a low-crime, economically integrated neighborhoods with no displacement of longtime residents. The two organizations have met with considerable success in Oliver, a community located north of the Johns Hopkins Medical Campus in East Baltimore. Dozens of middle class homebuyers have purchased homes in Oliver since 2010, attracted in part by the opportunity to contribute to the rebirth of a previously blighted neighborhood. Mr. Borinsky’s long term ambition is to find a full time paying position teaching kindergarten
Mr. Borinsky, a lawyer, served as the chairman of the tax department at Gordon Feinblatt, a law firm with large real estate and financial services practices, before starting his real estate company in 2006. As a lawyer, he lectured and wrote frequently on nonprofits, business planning and real estate. He has also served on the Maryland State Bar ethics committee. He received his college and law degrees from the University of Virginia and a Master’s degree from New York University School of Law.
David is a lifelong resident of Baltimore City and has been active over the years in many local charities and nonprofits.