Malino Construction
8445 E. Jefferson Avenue
Detroit, Michigan 48214

Phone 313.458.8243        Fax 313.458.8251
Mark Leipsitz is the owner of Malino Construction which was formed in 2000. He graduated from the Detroit Institute of Technology with a degree in construction engineering.   For the next 20 years he worked with one of Michigan's largest general contracting firms, starting as a project engineer and working his way up to Division Vice President where he oversaw an average of 40 million dollars of annual construction and 50 employees. Some of the projects Mark worked on during those years were:

​     Parkside   HOPE VI Project          City of Detroit
     Jeffries     HOPE VI Project          City of Detroit
     Jewish Federation Apartments      HUD 202 Project
     Mercy Services for the Aged         HUD 202
     Marquette House                        HUD 202 Assisted Living
     Brainard Street Apartments          HUD, MSHDA, Tax Credits
     Oak Brook Commons                   Senior Continuing Care Community
     Evangelical Home                        Continuing Care Community
     Evangelical Manor                       Senior Affordable Housing
​     Pebble Creek Apartments​             MSHDA Financed Family
Mark Leipsitz and his team at Malino Construction has extensive experience in new construction and historic restoration and redevelopment.  Malino's portfolio consists of multi-family and senior housing, along with commercial buildings.  In recent years Malino's focus has been primarily on the gut rehabilitation of historic apartment buildings in the metro Detroit area. Malino Construction works to bring life back to treasured buildings and blighted neighborhoods of Detroit.

Malino Construction, well-versed in the NPS historic standards, works with expert historic consultants to ensure that proper standards are met and specific construction materials are used to maintain the integrity and character of each building. 

Mark Leipsitz