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The FAM Asset Management investment portfolio is comprised of a strategic mix of commercial, residential and resort real estate holdings positioned across North America. Employing a “buy-and-hold” strategy for all properties, FAM invests heavily in the development, renovation, and stabilization of each property to ensure sustainable investment returns, future growth, and unique resilience through market cycles.


FAM is involved heavily in the day-to-day management of each property as it relates to operations, strategy, marketing, and financial management. We employ nimble and innovative staff to help execute our investment strategies and establish a differentiated market position in each locality.

Brian Lash

Brian Lash


Brian Lash is the founder of Target Logistics, the largest turnkey workforce housing provider in the United States offering temporary housing, site construction, catering and camp management to clients both domestically and around the world.

In his 40-year career, Mr. Lash has become a respected leader in disaster relief, workforce housing, and in the travel industry.

He has provided travel and housing logistics for large-scale events like the Olympics and has contracted with the US Department of Defense to provide housing solutions for soldiers in the Iraq war. His expertise has led to national and international speaking opportunities and appearances on NBC’s Today Show, CNN, PBS NewsHour and in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Fortune and The New York Times.

Target Logistics sold to Algeco Scotsman, a global provider of modular space, secure portable storage solutions, and remote workforce accommodation management, for $625 million in 2014. In March of 2019, Target Logistics went public on Nasdaq as Target Hospitality (Nasdaq:TH) in an IPO valued at over $1B USD. Today, Mr. Lash serves as a consultant to Target Hospitality on business development initiatives while pursuing other investment opportunities.

Mr. Lash is an avid skier, tennis player, and philanthropist, who embraces a keen sense of corporate citizenship, which is expressed by his ongoing contributions to social and educational programs. He earned his bachelor’s degree, cum laude, from Brandeis University, where he now serves on the Board of Overseers of the International Business School. He has served on the Governor’s Entrepreneurial Advisory Council in Massachusetts and presently sits on the Board of Directors of Youth Enrichment Services (YES) in Boston and the T2 Foundation, supporting athletes competing in Olympic snow sports. Brian is also a member of the Waterville Valley Academy Board of Trustees and the Clay Soper Memorial Foundation. In 2013, Brian was awarded the Asper Award for Global Entrepreneurship from Brandeis University, the 2020 Youth Enrichment Services Champion Award, and is a DeWitt Wallace Fellow. In 2023, Brian joined as a board member at Mid-State Health Center of New Hampshire.

Marc Kantrowitz

Marc Kantrowitz


Marc Kantrowitz is the Vice President of Operations for FAM Asset Managment, launched to manage the assets of the Lash Family following the sale of Target Logistics in 2013. He oversees all aspects of the firm’s real estate and investment portfolio, with a focus on acquisitions, finance and accounting, tax strategy, private equity investments and philanthropic endeavors. Drawing from a wide range of professional experiences over 15 years, Marc has worked in various sectors including insurance, retail, non-profit, and education. Mr. Kantrowitz holds a B.S. in English from the University of Florida and an M.B.A from Boston University.

Max Lash

Max Lash


Max Lash is a Project Manager who assists in day to day operations across multiple properties in the FAM portfolio. Max has spent most of his life traveling the world ski racing at the semiprofessional level and now continues to bring his drive, competitiveness, and focus into his professional life. Max also owns and operates Watch Hill Helpers in Watch Hill, RI, along with his youngest brother, Ben.

Max holds a BA from Bates College, where he majored in Politics, minored in Spanish, and competed in NCAA Division 1 level alpine ski racing.

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