Don’t miss an opportunity to hear from industry leaders about issues that will affect the future of development and preservation of affordable housing in New York.
Visit Capalino+Company at Booth 44 to meet our housing experts Claire Haaga Altman, Executive Vice President of Affordable Housing + Community Development and Richard Barth, Executive Vice President of Land Use + Housing Strategies. They have the knowledge and experience to help you identify housing and development opportunities and craft creative strategies and solutions to help you succeed in the affordable housing industry in New York.
When: Wednesday, May 11 from 9:00am-4:00pm, Booth 44
Where: Marriott Marquis Times Square
1535 Broadway, 6th Floor, New York, NY
Claire Altman can help you conceive, facilitate and advance affordable, transitional, and supportive housing projects through the use of the myriad federal, state, city and private financing sources and help forge partnerships between the private and not-for-profit sectors. Read Claire’s full bio here: http://www.capalino.com/team/claire-altman/
Richard Barth is the former Executive Director of the New York City Planning Department. With his extensive experience in land use planning, public policy, and community development, he can guide your housing and development projects from conception to completion. Read more about Richard: http://www.capalino.com/team/richard-barth/
NYSAFAH’s 17th Annual Conference, Housing for All, will bring together affordable housing experts in the public, private and nonprofit sectors to discuss innovative solutions to building new and better neighborhoods in New York State. This year’s conference will feature workshops focused on Fair Housing, LIHTC preservation, MWBE programs and mentoring, new middle income and mixed-use housing programs, sustainability and design.
Pre-conference Events start on Tuesday May 10 and run from 8:00am-4:30pm.
For more information on Housing for All, visit: http://www.nysafah.org/conference.php
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