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CHPC New York

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CHPC’s 55th Annual Luncheon – April 30, 2014

Registration is now open for our Annual Luncheon – the premier event for industry leaders working to improve housing and neighborhoods for all New Yorkers.

Wednesday, April 30
New York Marriott Marquis Times Square

This event brings together over 800 for-profit and not-for-profit housing developers, government officials, bankers, economists, planners, attorneys, and other involved in the affordable housing and planning industries to network, and celebrate outstanding achievements in the field.

Alicia Glen, Deputy Mayor
for Housing and Economic Development
will present our Keynote Speech

Platinum Circle $10,000         ($9,000 tax deductible)

  • 10 seats with premium table placement
  • A full page
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Congratulations to Cory Booker!

Many congratulations to Newark Mayor, Cory Booker, who was elected to the U.S. Senate this week. Booker will become New Jersey’s first ever African American senator and will fill the seat once held by long-serving Democratic senator, Frank Lautenberg, who died in June.

Back in 2007, we were honored to have the new Mayor as the keynote speaker at the CHPC luncheon – introduced by former American football running back, Tiki Barber. You can revisit that speech here:

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Thanks to everyone who made our Annual Luncheon a great one!


We were delighted to celebrate our 54th Annual Luncheon on Thursday April 4 with so many wonderful colleagues! Our extraordinary honorees moved us all with thoughtful speeches connecting the work of the housing and planning industry with improvements to the lives of our population and a better future for NYC’s communities.

In case anyone had missed all the media coverage, Executive Director Jerilyn Perine updated the audience on CHPC’s busy year. HPD Commissioner Mathew Wambua made an exciting announcement extending the adAPT NYC Competition to a number of new sites in the city over the summer. And mayoral candidate Joe … Read more…

54th Annual Luncheon Buy your tickets today!

CHPC 54th Annual Luncheon

Thursday, April 4, 2013

Thank you for your interest in our Luncheon. Ticket sales are now closed. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door.

Thursday, April 4, 2013
Networking Reception 11:30 am
Luncheon 12:30 pm
Conclusion 2:00 pm

New York Marriott Marquis Times Square
1535 Broadway, at 46th Street

All trains to Times Square.


Roger Starr Public Service Award and Special Remarks
Joseph J. Lhota
Former Chairman, Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Impact Award for Excellence in Planning
Mathew Wambua
and the Department of Housing Preservation and Development’s adAPT RFP Team

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Mayor Ed Koch Remembered


So much has been said and will be said about the legacy of Mayor Ed Koch. For those who care about housing and neighborhoods there is already a long list of accolades that his work has so rightly received.

So here is what we would like to add to the many voices remembering Mayor Koch.

Mayor Koch’s Ten Year Plan was not a housing plan: it was a sustained, unprecedented, and remarkable commitment to save and rebuild neighborhoods that most had given up on.  It began with a brave and extraordinarily risky decision to take over much of the City’s … Read more…