Mark Stenglein

Direct: 612.455.0721


Mark joined Alatus in January 2016.

Mark Stenglein is a leader who drives the development and delivery of solutions that serve the needs of clients and constituents. As a County Commissioner, entrepreneur, and leader of a business association, Mark led wide-ranging initiatives that include constructing the Minnesota Twins Ballpark, consolidating the Minneapolis Public Library System, increasing membership while reducing overhead in the Minneapolis Downtown Council, and building a successful Executive Suite business.

Mark specializes in transforming ideas into reality by envisioning how existing resources can be used to address individual and community needs. He excels at navigating complex environments and creating compelling arguments that engage diverse groups. His key to success is building strong relationships with corporate, government, community, and non-profit leaders as well as individual citizens.

Mark is on the Board of Trustees for DeLaSalle High School, a Board Member for Catholic Charities, Catholic Eldercare and chairs the Harbor Lights Advisory Committee for the Salvation Army. Mark is also actively involved in the Boy Scouts of America.

Mark holds a B.A. Degree in Business Finance and a Master’s Degree in International Business, both from the University of St. Thomas.

Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Alatus, LLC was founded in 2005 with the goal of revitalizing communities through the planning, design and construction of transformative projects. Known for its dedication to excellence, Alatus is a leader in multi-family as well as mixed-use, commercial, and single-family residential real estate developments.

The company also includes MyHomeSource, LLC, which focuses on single-family home construction throughout the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro and brings more than 30 years of real estate, design, and construction experience to each neighborhood. With numerous, award-winning urban and suburban developments, Alatus proudly partners with clients and communities throughout the Upper Midwest.