Deputy Director, Lead Hazard Reduction & Healthy Homes/Primary Prevention Program

The New York City Department of Housing Preservation & Development (HPD) is the nation’s largest municipal housing preservation and development agency. Its mission is to promote quality housing and diverse, thriving neighborhoods for New Yorkers through loan and development programs for new affordable housing, preservation of the affordability of the existing housing stock, enforcement of housing quality standards, and educational programs for tenants and building owners. HPD is tasked with fulfilling the Mayor’s Housing New York: A Five-Borough Ten-Year Plan to create and preserve a newly accelerated goal of 300,000 affordable units for New Yorkers at the very lowest incomes to those in the middle class by 2026.

The Division of Preservation Finance seeks a Deputy Director for the Lead Hazard Reduction and Healthy Homes Program (also known as Primary Prevention Program or PPP). The Division of Preservation Finance administers multiple programs including the Multifamily Housing Rehabilitation Loan Program (HRP), Green Housing Preservation Program (GHPP), Participation Loan Pogram (PLP), Lower Manhattan Acquisition Program, Housing Preservation Opportunities Program, HUD Multifamily Program, LIHTC Portfolio Preservation (Year 15) Program,and , the Neighborhood Pillars Program. These programs facilitate preservation of affordability and financial and physical sustainability of privately-owned multifamily buildings throughout New York City.

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Development Project Manager, Fifth Avenue Committee

Fifth Avenue Committee (FAC), is a 40-year old nationally recognized South Brooklyn based, non-profit community development corporation and NeighborWorks America chartered member whose mission is to advance economic and social justice by building vibrant, diverse communities where residents have genuine opportunities to achieve their goals as well as the power to shape the community’s future. FAC works to transform the lives of over 5,500 low and moderate-income New Yorkers annually so that we can all live and work with dignity and respect while making our community more equitable, sustainable, inclusive and just.

To achieve our mission FAC develops and manages affordable housing and community facilities, creates economic opportunities and ensures access to economic stability, organizes residents and workers, offers student centered adult education, and combats displacement caused by gentrification. In addition to our grassroots neighborhood work, we are actively involved in broader coalitions and campaigns.

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Planning Director, Phipps Houses

Key real estate development position with New York City’s oldest and largest affordable housing not-for-profit with a large pipeline of new projects and plans for continued growth. Starts immediately, full-time with attractive benefits and competitive salary based on experience. Housing developments are located throughout New York City; job is located at the organization’s headquarters in the Flatiron neighborhood of Manhattan.

The Planning Director will be a core real estate development team member and will be principally responsible for overseeing project land planning, entitlement, ULURP, environmental review,neighborhood planning activities and site due diligence for all Phipps developments. The position will also work closely with the real estate development team and CEO to identify and analyze new site acquisitions and assemblages for a large and growing pipeline of new developments. The Planning Director will also have exposure to all aspects of developing and financing mixed-use affordable housing projects, including private debt and equity, public sources of capital, Inclusionary Housing, and Brownfield Cleanup Programs.

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Assistant Project Manager, The Hudson Companies, Inc.

Hudson, founded in 1986, is an award-winning residential developer of affordable, workforce and market-rate housing. Hudson develops/owns properties across the five boroughs, totaling more than 6,000 residential units and 320k SF of commercial space. Hudson is a rewarding work environment to be a part of—the team is comprised of thoughtful, creative, reputable, and talented staff members with a diverse variety of background that color our projects, our conversations, and our impact on the housing world. Hudson is an equal opportunity employer.

Position Responsibilities:
The selected candidate will work with all members of Hudson’s Development and Construction teams as well as Hudson’s Management and General Construction affiliates. Hudson is an entrepreneurial real estate development company, and we are looking for an individual who is comfortable in this hands-on environment and carries the maturity and organizational skills necessary to add value to the team.

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Associate Attorney, Goldstein Hall

We are actively seeking an admitted attorney, with a Real Estate background, for a promising Associate position. This is a fantastic opportunity for a diligent and dedicated Associate Attorney to gain valuable work experience and further their career with an established firm in Manhattan. The Associate Attorney will be responsible for commercial real estate transactions including the representation of developers, lenders and equity investors in various acquisitions, developments, dispositions and joint ventures.

Qualifications:

• Qualified candidates will have 1-3+ years of recent commercial real estate experience.

• New York State Bar Admission Required

• Affordable housing experienced preferred but not required

We offer an excellent benefit package. Salary will commensurate with experience.

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Goldstein Hall PLLC provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran status, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, we comply with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

 


Project Manager, Lemle Wolff

Lemle & Wolff, a developer, builder and manager of affordable housing is seeking a Project Manager to join our real estate development team in the Bronx. The employee in this position will work under the supervision of the company partners on a variety of professional, technical and administrative tasks related to the acquisition, financing and overall development of existing and future projects. The firm’s current development pipeline includes the renovation of multi-family residential buildings and mixed income new construction projects.  This position is an opportunity for an experienced real estate development professional to join a
mission-based, fully integrated firm with an excellent reputation in the city’s affordable housing community. It offers a high degree of responsibility in managing challenging projects and room for growth within the company.

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Senior Associate, Forsyth Street

Forsyth Street is seeking a motivated self-starter with demonstrated affordable housing finance skills to become an integral member of the firm’s Affordable Housing Transaction division. Primary responsibilities for the position will include feasibility analyses, deal structuring, project underwriting, project management and client support for both not-for-profit and for-profit clients.

Minimum requirements:

  • 3- 5 years of professional experience, with at least 3 years of related job experience in a lending and/or underwriting capacity, primarily in the affordable housing sector.
  • Excellent quantitative, spreadsheet, and financial analytical skills.
  • Strong writing, oral presentation, and digital presentation skills.
  • Strong communication skills in a highly interactive team setting, with a broad range of public, private, and non-profit sector clients.
  • Strong problem-solving abilities, attention to detail, and project management skills with time-sensitive work assignments.

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Acquisitions Analyst, CREA

The primary role of this position is to conduct financial analysis, prepare executive summaries, and coordinate CREA’s business development pipeline for qualifying Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) properties under Section 42 of the Internal Revenue Code. The qualified candidate must be able to effectively communicate with third party lenders, borrowers, counsel, and internal personnel.

Job responsibilities include:

  • Analyze and update financial projections for multifamily residential properties;
  • Review market studies, tax credit applications, and sponsorship information to ensure conformance with internal requirements;
  • Prepare Placement Committee packages;
  • Coordinate Placement Committee approvals;
  • Other duties as requested by the SVP, Acquisitions

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Director of Programs, Neighborhood Restore HDFC

Neighborhood Restore Housing Development Fund Corporation (“Neighborhood Restore”) and its affiliate nonprofit entities (Restored Homes HDFC, Restoring Communities HDFC, Preserving City Neighborhoods HDFC, Neighborhood Renewal HDFC, Project Rebuild, Inc.) collaborate with the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (“HPD”) on programs that seek to foster neighborhood stabilization by efficiently transitioning properties from physical and financial abandonment to responsible third party ownership.

Neighborhood Restore also utilizes citywide partnerships to create and preserve affordable homeownership opportunities for households of low‐ and moderate‐ income. The Director of Programs, with the assistance and direction of the Executive Director and Deputy Director, will oversee the activities of numerous housing programs administered by the Organization.

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Vice President Real Estate, Women in Need

Win is the largest provider of shelter for homeless families in New York City. For over 34 years Win has provided safe housing, critical services and groundbreaking programs to help homeless women and their children rebuild their lives. In the past year, Win served nearly 12,000 homeless people – including more than 6,600 children – and helped nearly 750 families transition out of shelter into homes of their own.

Win has a robust and growing portfolio of transitional, supportive and affordable housing that is expected to expand rapidly over the next few years. The Vice President Real Estate is a critical member of Win’s leadership team who leads Win’s efforts to develop and sustain transitional and permanent supportive housing throughout New York City. The successful applicant will have a demonstrable interest in and understanding of real estate development finance and property management and a passion for the mission-oriented field of affordable and supportive housing.

The applicant must have strong analytical and financial acumen, be a strategic thinker, with a strong degree of initiative, excellent organizational skills, and the ability to effectively juggle multiple priorities while maintaining attention to detail. The candidate must have leadership experience in affordable and transitional housing development and management and be able to work effectively within a collaborative team approach.

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