Brooksville Main Street welcomes Ryan Malloy as Executive Director

By Florida's Original NatureCoaster™ Posted on February 27, 2017

The Brooksville Main Street program announces the appointment of Ryan A. Malloy as its Executive Director. Mr. Malloy comes to the Brooksville Main Street program from Heritage Homes Realty in St. Petersburg where he served as owner and CEO of a multi-million dollar real estate sales business. Mr. Malloy has a reputation as a talented individual with a fervent passion for the field of historic preservation. He has a long-standing career with a wide variety of positions held in hotel, banking, restaurant, real estate and especially project management. From 2012 to 2014 he served as Senior Development Specialist of the Edwards Group, which managed and oversaw the construction of a $50 million construction project.

Mr. Malloy holds a Master of Arts degree from Savannah College of Art & Design in historic preservation with degree emphasis on preservation advocacy and conservation techniques. He also holds a BAS in sustainability management from St. Petersburg College. Mr. Malloy also comes to Brooksville Main Street program with an extensive background in nonprofit leadership. He currently serves as a member of the board and former secretary to St. Petersburg Preservation and a board trustee and treasurer for Florida Trust for Historic Preservation.

“I see the tremendous potential for revitalization through the National Trust Main Street Program’s four point approach. I believe that with the joint efforts of both the public and private sectors, the Brooksville Main Street program is definitely poised for success,” said Mr. Malloy.

About Brooksville Main Street

Powered by the Brooksville Vision Foundation, the Brooksville Main Street program aims to bring economic growth, vitality and historic preservation to one of Old Florida’s most iconic small towns. Brooksville Main Street is an official “Florida Main Street Community” as designated by the Bureau of Historic Preservation, Division of Historical Resources and the Florida Department of State. “Dedicated to the re-imagined vitality and economic prosperity of one of Old Florida’s most iconic small towns.” Visit us at

To contact Brooksville Main Street, write to Ryan A. Malloy, Executive Director, Brooksville Main Street, PO Box 1323, Brooksville, Florida 34605, or call 352-540-6409, or email



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