L A S T C A L L !
Join affordable housing professionals for this unique one-day program. Learn about legislative initiatives included in the FY 2023 Omnibus Appropriations bill and the Inflation Reduction Act which impact Section 8 and other HUD properties. Issues to be discussed include authority to increase rents for “Mark-down-to-Market” properties, green initiatives, RAD updates, funding for HUD programs and other preservation trends. Click here for the program agenda!
We would like to thank our sponsors to date: Affordable Housing Advisors, Rockport Mortgage Corporation, PGIM Real Estate Finance, JPMorgan Chase Bank, Chicago Title Insurance Company, and LIHC Investment Group. Sponsorship opportunities are available – click here for more information.
Invited speakers include:
Co-chairs Steve Wallace (Nixon Peabody LLP) and Randy Kelly (East West Advisors LLC)
Meghan Altidor, Nixon Peabody LLP
John Broderick, US Housing Consultants
Nate Cushman, Nixon Peabody LLP
David Gasson, MG Housing Strategies
Jonathan Gouveia, NYCHA
Karen Hu, Camber Property Group
Becky Koepnick, New York State Homes and Community Renewal
Kerry LaBotz, New York City Housing Preservation and Development
Shannon L. Lestan, Recap Real Estate Advisors
Joe Lynch Nixon Peabody LLP
Lauren Marcus, Tiber Hudson
Ruth Moreira, New York Housing Development Corporation
Bob Moss, MG Housing Strategies
Denise Muha, National Leased Housing Association
Corey Powell, Dantes Partners LLC
Dana Roper, Nixon Peabody LLP
Anthony Ruvolo, Nixon Peabody LLP
Abdul Salam, Freddie Mac
Monica Sussman, Nixon Peabody LLP
Ryan T. Taliaferro, Fannie Mae
Deborah VanAmerongen, Nixon Peabody LLP
Alex Viorst, PGIM Real Estate
David J. Walsh, JP Morgan Chase
Pamela West, Nuveen Real Estate
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We will be hosted by the Harvard Club of New York City, located at 35 West 44th Street, New York, NY.
Please note that the Harvard Club has a few rules for us to abide by. There is a dress code for this meeting which is business casual (jeans, sneakers or athletic wear are NOT permitted). The Harvard Club also requires all cell phones to be set to “silent” or “vibrate” mode within the Clubhouse. Discreet use of cell phones for making and receiving calls is permitted in the following locations: (i) the lobby and elevator lobby of 35 W. 44th Street, (ii) the telephone room and coat room of 27 W. 44th Street, (iii) the Charles River Room, (iv) the elevator lobbies of 35 W. 44th Street, and (v) within the Club’s private meeting rooms.