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CHPC Hosts 57th Annual Luncheon

The crowd at CHPC's 57th Annual Luncheon. Image: CHPCThe crowd at CHPC’s 57th Annual Luncheon. Image: CHPC

On Wednesday, April 13, 2016, CHPC hosted its 57th Annual Luncheon. The event was a great success, with almost 1,000 members of New York City’s housing industry in attendance at the Marriott Grand Marquis in Times Square.

You can view more photos of the event on our Facebook page.

The event’s honorees were Jeffrey Levine of Douglaston Development; Louise Carroll of the NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development; James Rubin, Commissioner of NYS Homes and Community Renewal; and Mariadele Priest on behalf of Capital One Bank.

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57th Annual Luncheon – Buy tickets today!



Please join us and 1,000 of New York’s best and brightest in the housing industry to connect and celebrate, at CHPC’s 57th Annual Luncheon.

Wednesday April 13th
11:30am – 2:00pm
New York Marriott Marquis at Times Square

We will be recognizing the work of some of our City’s most dedicated public servants and colleagues committed to affordable housing across New York City’s neighborhoods.

Impact Award for Housing
Jeffrey E. Levine, Chairman, Douglaston Development

Roger Starr Public Service Award
James Rubin, NYS Commissioner of Homes and Community Renewal

Impact Award for Community Investment
Mariadele Priest, Senior Vice President of Community Investment …

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Thank You

We would like to extend our gratitude to all of the attendees who made our Luncheon yesterday an unprecedented success. We had over 950 in attendance at the New York Marriott Marquis. We would also like to thank our outstanding board members, our generous sponsors, Wells Fargo and Nixon Peabody, and all of our table purchasers. Congratulations to this year’s awardees. A special thank you to our wonderful keynote speaker, Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen, and presenter and director of New York City Department of City Planning Carl Weisbrod.

You can view all the photographs from the event here.

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2015 Awardee – Nixon Peabody Affordable Housing Group

NP_Group_AdjustedImpact Award for Housing
Nixon Peabody Affordable Housing Group

The affordable housing legal practice at Nixon Peabody can be described as a real estate practice with a legislative or regulatory overview. This means that in addition to being equipped to run a standard real estate practice, the affordable housing group members work with city, state, and federal agencies. “We work with all these moving parts, to make sure they all work together to make the transaction happen,”  says Joe Lynch, Office Managing Partner. One thing that makes the Nixon Peabody affordable housing group stand out is that it truly is …

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2015 Awardee – Wells Fargo, Alan Wiener

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Wells Fargo
Alan Wiener, Group Head of Multifamily Capital

Alan Wiener is the group head of Wells Fargo Multifamily Capital, a national multifamily lender based in New York. Wells Fargo Multifamily Capital specializes in permanent and bridge debt for multifamily assets by financing through Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac programs, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) insured financing programs, and the Wells Fargo balance sheet. Alan’s career has focused on housing and community development in both the public and private sectors. Prior to joining Wachovia, he was the chairman of American Property Financing Inc., which Wachovia …

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2015 Awardee – Jessica Katz

katz headshot croppedIbo Balton Award

Jessica Katz
Assistant Commissioner, Special Needs Housing
NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development

Ibo Balton (1954-2007) was an urban planner whose career improved the lives of people through the planned rehabilitation and new construction of affordable housing, and the creation of local retail and much needed community facilities. Ibo’s work at the NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development from 1986 through 2007 took him to deprived communities in the South Bronx and Brooklyn, but he is best remembered for his groundbreaking work in Harlem, where he lived and worked. This award, named in his honor,

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