Frank Grosch is a former chief executive office with the Piedmont Housing Alliance who left the position in 2017 after overseeing the first phase of the redevelopment of Friendship Court. He returned to the private sector.
After leaving Piedmont Housing, Grosch went on to become President and sole owner of Park Meigs Development as well as chief financial officer of LeCesse Development. He was a member of the 2011-2012 Leadership Charlottesville class. His activity in the community included coaching at Northside Cal Ripken Baseball and completion of the City of Charlottesville's Neighborhood Leadership Institute. [dead link] 
In an interview prior to stepping down, Grosch said he was leaving the housing alliance for a “once in a lifetime deal.” According to a news release, Grosch left the nonprofit to become a partner with Artcraft Management in Richmond. 
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