President | Invictus Development Group
Christopher Senegal is a degreed Civil Engineer that began in real estate in 2008 as a single-family flipper and
rental property owner. In 2013 Chris started Invictus Development Group, a subsidiary of Invictus Properties
and Holdings, to focus on revitalizing disinvested communities. He has been featured in several major news
outlets for his efforts to bring moderately priced single-family development back to communities that once
thrived, but now have a low-income housing focus. His goal is to bring higher incomes back to these
communities from the suburbs so that the neighborhoods become more attractive for businesses.
Mr. Senegal has an intentional focus on revitalizing disinvested communities by bringing successful people back
to these communities with new construction, while simultaneously acquiring multi-family rental housing to
protect long term renters from drastic rent increases that lead to displacement.
Christopher brings strong community relationships and buy-in to the team. His social media reach exceeds 100k
impressions per month with 100k + followers between LinkedIn and Instagram. He has found a core audience
that believes in his mission and celebrates this new blueprint for community revitalization.
His corporate background in ground up railroad terminal development. He owns Commercial Rail Solutions
which assists terminal operators with all aspects of development. Over the past 14 years he has been lead on
3 major projects, one for Canadian National Railroad in Memphis, TN and two projects in Lake Charles, LA, one
for BNSF railroad and second for a private terminal operator, Rail Logix.
2008 - 2018
Single Family Rehabs and Building Rental Portfolio
Greater Houston Area
2015-2018 - Lead Consultant
Site selection, Business Development, Operations Planning
Lake Charles, LA 500-acre Rail Served Industrial Park $38M
Owned and Operated by Rail Logix
Liberty Square Townhome Development
Fourteen 1700-1850 SF / Total Project Sales Revenue $4.1M
(7 two-story and 7 three-story)
1.5 Acre Redevelopment
18 Historic single-family residences
Adaptive re-use of two 100-year-old commercial buildings $2.3M
(1800 SF and 1500 SF)