Affordable and Workforce Housing Development on Former Brownfield Sites
Sponsored by: U.S. EPA Office of Brownfields and Land Revitalization
This webinar will provide an overview of the environmental considerations in redeveloping Brownfield sites for housing, explore the role public-private-partnerships can play in facilitating housing and Brownfield development, and review some of the major funding resources available to support the development of workforce and affordable housing.
Sam Sigal, U.S. EPA, Office of Brownfield and Land Revitalization (email@example.com)
Aimee Storm, U.S. EPA, Office of Brownfield and Land Revitalization (firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-566-0633)
Aimee Storm is EPA's Land Revitalization Coordinator within EPA's Office of Brownfields and Land Revitalization (OBLR). Her work supports community-led redevelopment of contaminated properties and associated neighborhood revitalization strategies. Prior to joining OBLR, Aimee worked on projects that promote green and healthy buildings and sustainable development approaches within EPA Region V's Chicago office. She also worked with EPA's Federal Facilities Restoration and Reuse Office, where she coordinated EPA's land reuse and revitalization efforts on federally-owned properties, including military base redevelopment. Aimee holds Masters Degrees in City & Regional Planning and Business Administration.
Mary Hashem, Adaapta (email@example.com)
Mary Hashem is the founder and President of Adaapta, LLC. She is an MIT-educated geoscientist with over 35 years of business experience in real estate, environmental consulting and risk management, the last 25 years of which has been in the Brownfield redevelopment industry.
Tom Currell, Adaapta (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tom Currell has more than 25 years of experience in orchestrating all facets of real estate development and finance, spanning the entire development project lifecycle from strategic planning, feasibility analysis, and site selection, to acquisition, project planning, design, entitlement, finance, and construction activities.
Jean Balent, U.S. EPA Technology Innovation and Field Services Division (email@example.com or 202-566-0832)
Ms Balent is on the staff of the EPA's Technology Innovation and Field Services Division where she has worked to collect and disseminate hazardous waste remediation and characterization information since 2003. Ms Balent manages the Clean Up Information Network website and actively supports online communication and collaboration resources available to EPA. She formerly worked with the US Army Corps of Engineers Environmental Engineering Division in the Buffalo District. Ms Balent was also a member of the SUNY-Buffalo Groundwater Research Group where she constructed and tested large scale models of groundwater flow. Ms Balent has also conducted research relating to the Great Lakes, environmental remediation, and brownfields re-development. She holds a Bachelor's degree in environmental engineering from SUNY-Buffalo and a Master's degree in Information Technology from AIU.
Webinar Slides and References:
- Brownfields Success Story: Bringing Affordable Housing to a Historic Cotton Mill (EPA)
- Brownfields Success Story: The Silver Lining in an Abandoned Hospital (EPA)
- Affordable Housing How-To Guide (U.S. Treasury)
- An Introduction to the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (CRS)
- Low Income Housing Tax Credit (NCSHA)
- HOME Investments Partnerships Program (HUD)
- National Low Income Housing Coalition - Housing Needs by State
- HUD Exchange - Housing Trust Fund Programs
- Multi-Family Housing Programs (USDA)
- Single-Family Housing Programs (USDA)
- Project Based Vouchers (HUD)
- Federal Housing Finance Agency
- Fannie Mae (Federal National Mortgage Association)
- Freddie Mac (Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation - FHLMC)
- Rural Development Administration - Loan Guarantees
- Federal Housing Administration
- Property Details for Honolulu - 630 Cooke St.
- Brownfields Success Story: Lending a Helping Hand to Veterans in Need
- National Housing Law Program
- National Low Income Housing Coalition
- National Housing & Rehabilitation Association
- HUD Exchange
- EPA - Find Current Funding Opportunities
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