Pre-Conference Symposium on Preservation Strategies
NH&RA’s 2019 Pre-Conference Symposium on Preservation Strategies will focus on creative approaches to meeting the ever growing need to recapitalize the existing LIHTC and HUD-Assisted portfolio. The program will explore a multitude of financing strategies and products as well as explore current and prospective policy resources to meet the ever growing need for preservation resources. The Symposium’s mix of case-studies, transaction-based education and collaborative policy dialogue makes this a can’t miss event for affordable housing developers, financing professionals, Housing Finance Agencies and preservation stakeholders. Click here to view the Symposium Agenda.
Board of Directors Dinner
NH&RA Board of Directors & spouses only. Separate registration required.
Thursday, July 18
Board of Directors Meeting
NH&RA Directors only. Separate registration required.
Developers Council Luncheon
Developers only. Separate registration required.
Welcome & Introductions
Multifamily Developers Roundtable
Leading affordable housing developers will share their challenges and opportunities for the remainder of 2019 and look ahead to 2020. Panelists will forecast how they see the industry evolving from their unique vantage points and detail how their companies are changing to stay ahead of the curve.
Bob Fein, Red Stone Equity Partners
Matt Mittelstadt, EA FISH Development
Milton Pratt, Michaels Development Company
Holly Wiedemann, AU Associates, Inc.
Multifamily Tax-Exempt Bond Roundtable
Panelists will walk through the myriad of new, innovative bond execution types and case studies. The panel will also explore strategies for better utilizing bond volume cap in states that have excess and managing volume cap in resource-constrained states.
The LIHTC equity market is ever-evolving. Hear from some of the largest affordable housing equity providers on what’s keeping them up at night, new trends and developments in the marketplace and get the latest scoop on credit pricing.
Robert Charest, Boston Financial Investment Management
Drew Foster, Red Stone Equity Partners
Kim McLaughlin, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Michael Murray, CREA
Marshall Phillips, CohnReznick LLP
Conclusion of Sessions
We invite conference attendees and their families to join us! The reception is included in your conference attendee. Separate registration is required for guest(s).
Friday, July 19
Shining a Spotlight on Solar: New Approaches To Leveraging Photovoltaics in Multifamily Portfolios
Bring your sunglasses to this session to learn about solar’s bright future in the multifamily, affordable housing industry. Learn about the tax credits and grants available to developers and hear how organizations like the National Housing Trust and Winn Development are partnering with industry experts like New Partners Community Solar to reduce or even eliminate energy costs and transition to a greener footprint with a clean, renewable energy source.
Historic Tax Credit Update: Case Studies & Program Developments
Learn about the upcoming changes to and priorities for the Historic Tax Credit taking place on Capitol Hill, in state legislatures as well at the National Park Service and State Historic Preservation Offices. This panel will also showcase two innovative affordable housing adaptive-reuse case studies.
Opportunity Zones: Case Studies & Lessons Learned from Early Transactions
Gain insight from the professionals on the ground who closed the first Opportunity Zone transactions. Learn about the latest set of regulations released by the Internal Revenue Service and the Department of the Treasury as well as the departmental and Congressional efforts around data collection.
John Gahan, Sullivan & Worcester
Jill Homan, Javelin 19 Investments
Nicholas Irmen, Spencer Fane
Matthew Kelley, Novogradac & Company LLP
Chris Martiner, The Strategic Group
Conclusion of sessions
Scenic Cliff Walk and Dinner
5:00pm departure from Hotel Viking.
Saturday, July 20
Catching the Rental Assistance Demonstration Wave: Program Development & Case Studies
This panel will explore the soon-to-be-released RAD Revision 4 changes, the once-in-a-lifetime business opportunity as NYCHA RADs its portfolio, as well as strategies and lessons learned that can be applied to future RAD transactions around the country.
Polina Bakhteiarov, Public Housing Recapitalization Specialist
Strengthening your Affordable Housing Company through Diversity & Inclusion
Cinnaire recently partnered with V. Randolph Brown Consulting to increase diversity and inclusion within its company. The panelists will explore lessons learned from their partnership, provide recommendations on how others in the affordable housing industry can engage in this important work and demonstrate how hiring people with a broad array of life experiences can strengthen a company’s bottom line and mission.
Bending the Construction Cost Curve: Construction & Development Strategies
Skilled labor shortages are leading to rapidly increasing labor costs for affordable housing development and nearly every other type of development. Learn how new construction approaches like modular housing, pre-fabricated building components and light weight metal framing can improve construction efficiency, lower costs and improve sustainability in affordable housing development.