AHF Live Awards Luncheon

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Affordable Housing Finance's 2010 Readers' Choice Winners, Young Leaders, and Affordable Housing Hall of Fame Inductees

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AHF Live Awards Luncheon

  1. 1. Affordable Housing Finance’s 2010 Readers’ Choice Awards and Hall of Fame Luncheon Nov. 5, 2010, at the Fairmont Millennium Park Awards Luncheon sponsored by Bank of America/Merrill Lynch Photography by Steve Kagan
  2. 2. David Leopold, senior vice president and tax credit originations executive for Bank of America/Merrill Lynch, and Susan Friedland, executive director of Affordable Housing Associates FAMILY WINNER: PETALUMA AVENUE HOMES Sebastopol, Calif.; developed by Affordable Housing Associates
  3. 3. Christine Serlin, executive editor of Affordable Housing Finance, and Jeff Oberdorfer, executive director of First Community Housing GREEN WINNER: CASA FELIZ STUDIOS San Jose, Calif.; developed by First Community Housing and The John Stewart Co.
  4. 4. Bank of America’s David Leopold and William F. Little, executive vice president of development for the Chicago Housing Authority HISTORIC REHAB WINNER: BRITTON BUDD APARTMENTS Chicago; developed by Chicago Housing Authority
  5. 5. AHF’s Christine Serlin with Don Falk (center), executive director of Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corp., and Jim Buckley, former president of Citizens Housing MASTER-PLANNED/MIXED-USE WINNER: MOSAICA San Francisco; developed by Citizens Housing Corp. and Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corp.
  6. 6. Bank of America’s David Leopold and Linda Mandolini, executive director of Eden Housing PRESERVATION WINNER: ASHLAND VILLAGE San Leandro, Calif.; developed by Eden Housing
  7. 7. AHF’s Christine Serlin with Gloria Burton, housing developer and director of farmworker housing for Catholic Housing Services RURAL WINNER: VILLA SAN JUAN BAUTISTA Centralia, Wash.; developed by Catholic Housing Services
  8. 8. Bank of America’s David Leopold with Volunteers of America’s Robin Keller, vice president of affordable housing development, and Patrick Sheridan, senior vice president of housing development SENIORS WINNER: THE TERRACES ON TULANE New Orleans; developed by Volunteers of America
  9. 9. AHF’s Christine Serlin with Skid Row Housing Trust’s Mike Alvidrez (center), executive director, and Cristian Ahumada, housing director SPECIAL-NEEDS WINNER: NEW CARVER APARTMENTS Los Angeles; developed by Skid Row Housing Trust
  10. 10. AHF’s Christine Serlin and Bank of America’s David Leopold with Mercy Housing California’s Sharon Christen (second from left), senior housing developer; Ileah La Vora (center), assistant project manager; and Lauren Maddock, asset manager OVERALL AND URBAN WINNERS: 10TH AND MISSION FAMILY HOUSING San Francisco; developed by Mercy Housing California
  11. 11. (From left) Stacy L. Spann, Howard County Housing; Alice Carr, Citi Community Capital; Kevin Zwick, Housing Trust of Santa Clara County; DJ Nelson, The Eagle Point Cos.; and Caleb Roope, The Pacific Cos. AHF’s 2010 YOUNG LEADERS
  12. 12. HOUSING HALL OF FAME 2010 INDUCTEE: ROBERT GREER President, Michaels Development Co.
  13. 13. HOUSING HALL OF FAME 2010 INDUCTEE: DAVID REZNICK Co-founder and chairman, Reznick Group, P.C.
  14. 14. HOUSING HALL OF FAME 2010 INDUCTEES: PATRICIA AND THE LATE JAMES ROUSE Bart Harvey, former president and CEO of Enterprise Community Partners, accepts the award on behalf of the Rouse family
  15. 15. HOUSING HALL OF FAME 2010 INDUCTEE: JULIA STASCH Vice president of the human and community development program at the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

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