Synergy GridSynergyGrid is a real estate development company that is truly focused on the health and longevity of the end consumer. We provide low-cost, energy-efficient housing, that removes the economic, health, and mental burdens on families especially minorities and people of color. Our mission is to develop our properties to alleviate those stresses by engineering out the traditional design flaws and construction practices that lead to costly home expenditures, ongoing healthcare costs associated with respiratory illness and mental illnesses.



Jordan TaylorJordan Taylor, Founder & CEO

Since 1998, Jordan has worked in residential remodeling and renovations where he has refined the construction and renovation process. For over a decade, he has renovated hundreds of homes in Baltimore, MD, and abroad with an impeccable finish. Applying this experience to building design paired with his background in engineering, technology, and energy efficiency he has been able to reshape the way investors look at real estate.

Born and raised in Baltimore, Jordan has an excellent sense of noticing trends and understands how to capitalize on the booming expansion in the area. With his proven networking skills, he has built fruitful partnerships with hundreds of clients and has delivered multi-million dollar bottom-line growth to nationally recognized sales organizations.

Jordan’s extensive knowledge of Real Estate from both the investment and management perspectives gives his client added value when selling, purchasing, and renovating.


Inspiration to Start Company

I was blessed with the opportunity to experience a full spectrum of living in urban and suburban and rural, from high rise to homeless. Throughout my childhood, I’ve been engaged with home improvement and construction, and seeing the variety of issues in one home can be both a blessing and a curse. I took my experience and education in construction, engineering, and technology to provide a resource to those who have experienced the unnecessary burden of living where those elements were not prevalent but would have a disproportionate improvement in health and quality of life.