A licensed real estate broker, Jack has extensive experience working in both the public and private sectors, including serving as Commissioner of NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission. Freeman’s resume includes roles as a Mortgage Officer for the New York City Community Preservation Corporation, and as a general partner in the development of multifamily market-rate and affordable housing projects.
As Senior Advisor, Jack is responsible for providing financial and real estate development services for private, public sector and non-profit clients. With Jack’s expertise, Capalino has become a one-stop shop for companies and organizations seeking to secure real estate approvals. He has a rich background in financial and management planning for both new and rehabilitation development projects, retail market and feasibility analysis, and financing for residential, mixed use and commercial development projects.
For years, Jack’s private consulting practice had a unique expertise in the planning and development of cultural facilities and in urban projects, which involved private development partnerships. Jack performs Market and Economic Feasibility Studies involving detailed and comprehensive computer analysis of market income, development and investment potential for complex commercial, retail, residential and investment development projects, as well as financial feasibility analysis related to investment decision making, public agency approvals, zoning and zoning appeals.
Jack is a member of the Real Estate Board of New York. He holds a Masters Degree in City Planning from the City University of New York and Bachelors in Architecture from Cooper Union.