The Director of Property Management is responsible for planning, organizing and directing all property management functions and staff. Supervises Property Management Staff.
Duties and responsibilities include:
* Develop management operating plans for all new rental and managed properties, including rent collection, legal action, fair and affirmative marketing, and compliance with budget and regulatory requirements.
* Ensure compliance with government programs including but not limited to ETPA, the Federal Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program, State Low-Income Housing Credits, Tax Exempt Bond Financing, HOME, the Westchester County Rental Assistance Program and all others.
The Director of Asset Management will perform portfolio management of Westhab’s existing properties within a small team of real estate development professionals for an active not-for-profit organization that develops, manages and provides supportive services for affordable and supportive housing in the Bronx, Westchester and the mid-Hudson Valley, New York. Position will intersect and coordinate with Real Estate Development, Property Management including Facilities and Security, and Finance and Accounting.
The Deputy Commissioner will work in close coordination with other offices and divisions within HPD, and in partnership with the New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC), the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), New York City Office of Management and Budget (OMB), and other City, federal, and state agencies on policy matters, funding programs, budgeting, Requests for Proposals, pre-development, and co-financing for such projects.
The Deputy Commissioner will have responsibility for managing engagement and negotiations with developers, lenders, and other development partners from the private and non-profit sectors. The Deputy Commissioner will also contribute to and at times lead development of agency strategy and public policy on such topics as new financing models for broadening and deepening affordability, housing the formerly homeless, supporting affordable home ownership, and expanding the City’s support of mixed-use, mixed-income projects.
The selected candidate will work with all members of Radson’s Development team as well as Real Builders and Radson’s management affiliate. The Project Manager will work on a variety of real estate developments, including affordable transactions both in and outside of New York City. The position is based out of our office in Great Neck.
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Deutsche Bank is seeking to hire a Manager of Philanthropic Initiatives for CDFG to source, deploy, and manage a portfolio of high impact grants and philanthropic investments that benefit low- and moderate-income (LMI) communities and respond to emerging community development needs in the U.S., with a particular focus on New York City. This member of CDFG will also play a central role in the development and execution of the team’s strategy. You should be passionate about community development and is a demonstrated leader and positive thinking problem-solver, who can manage multiple priorities and transactions while working in close coordination with colleagues and stakeholders. The Manager plays a key role in acting as an external representative for CDFG, developing strategic relationships that enable CDFG to maximize its impact with its resources. This role will report to the head of CDFG.
Jericho Project is a nationally-acclaimed nonprofit ending homelessness at its roots by enabling homeless individuals and families to attain quality housing, employment and mental and physical health services. The 34-year-old nonprofit serves over 2,500 individuals, including 700 veterans, annually. Jericho has been a key partner in New York City’s initiative to end veterans’ homelessness, and is leading bold, innovative strategies to do the same for families and young adults.
Our programs touch four cornerstones of a person’s life: housing, employment, wellness and family stability. We create a culture of “moving on” through a foundation of housing and supportive services provided by expert program specialists and case managers. We have over 400 units of supportive housing including 8 residences in the Bronx and Harlem, as well as scatter-site apartments throughout NYC.
Affordable Housing, Community Development and/or Public Finance Attorney, NYC-Based Real Estate Law Firm
One of New York City’s leading commercial real estate law firms (the “Firm”), is looking to build a first-class Affordable Housing, Community Development and Public Finance Practice to complement its “Pure Play” in Real Estate. The firm is seeking to hire one or more candidate(s) with extensive experience in representing New York City and nationally-based real estate developers, owners, operators and/or lenders in the structuring and financing of affordable housing and other community-based development projects. Knowledge and experience of federal, state and local incentive programs and regulatory landscape (including LIHTC, Section 8, NMTC, and tax-exempt bond financing, among others) is a must. The ideal candidate(s) would also have experience representing and/or negotiating opposite governmental and semi-governmental organizations, as well as working with non-profits in the space. The Firm is open to hiring at the partner, counsel and associate level(s) and is flexible in discussing compensation commensurate with experience and portable books of business.Read more
L+M Development Partners, an established residential developer/builder, has an exceptional opportunity for a Project Associate in our Manhattan office to support all analytical and operational aspects of development for residential/mixed use properties with a focus on affordable housing projects. Since its inception in 1984, L+M Development Partners, Inc. has been an innovator in developing quality affordable, mixed-income and market rate housing, while improving the neighborhoods in which it works.
The Office of Housing & Economic Development oversees many of the City’s capital, development, land use, and infrastructure agencies. A Senior Advisor for Real Estate will report to the Deputy Mayor for Housing & Economic Development and oversee key real estate and economic development agencies, commissions, and boards, including:
- New York City Economic Development Corporation
- Lower Manhattan Development Corporation
- New York City Education Construction Fund
In addition, the Senior Advisor will manage a number of critical initiatives, including oversight of the “NYCHA
2.0” real estate portfolio and master planning efforts.
The Office of Housing & Economic Development oversees many of the City’s capital, development and infrastructure agencies. The Senior Advisor to the Deputy Mayor for Housing & Economic Development will oversee a portfolio that includes the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) and the New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC). The Senior Advisor’s portfolio will encompass topics including, but not limited to: housing preservation and development, real estate development and transactions, infrastructure planning, community development, and interagency coordination.