For the Hispanic Federation, managed the site selection, acquisition and build-out of the Federation's new 15,000-SF headquarters and conference center.
Selected by the Federally chartered New York Organ Donor Network to manage a comprehensive region-wide search for a new and substantially expanded headquarters facility.
Secured site control, packaged multi-source financing and co-developed a 40,000-SF commercial complex on East 125th St. (Gateway Building).
Secured zoning approvals and key pre-development commitments for a 60,000-SF second-phase development (Gateway II), slated to begin construction in late 2007.
For el museo del barrio, managed the development of a proposal for a $40 Million museum expansion on City-owned property.
For the Harrison Central School District, coordinated the planning of a comprehensive $150 million capital program for the Districtís school buildings.
For the Children's Aid Society, served as the real estate advisor for the disposition of a 42-acre New York City site and concurrent 35,000-SF facility expansion.
For Gods Love We Deliver, advised on the sale of surplus development rights and the development of a 30,000-SF facility expansion.
For the New York City Mission Society, conducted a comprehensive review of its real estate portfolio and developed a plan for re-purposing key real estate holdings.
For the New York Botanical Garden, evaluated the feasibility of a $10 Million satellite facility expansion.
Served as advisor on property acquisition and site selection for the 42nd Street Development Project, NYC Board of Education and NYU School of Medicine.
For the Campaign for Fiscal Equity, Inc., prepared facilities cost study and financing reform proposal in New York City education equity lawsuit.
For the Childrenís Storefront School, prepared a master facilities plan for this not-for-profit school in Harlem.
For SFDS Development, helped to plan and secure approvals for the development of New York State's first licensed assisted living facilities (deSales Residence).