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Discussion Panel on Building for Affordability, Health and Aging

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Name: Discussion Panel on Building for Affordability, Health and Aging
Date: April 19, 2017
Time: 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM EDT
Event Description:
An expert panel discussion on the challenges of investment, financing and construction of affordable housing, senior living communities and health care projects which impact the quality of life in our communities

April 19, 2017, 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm with a reception following the panel
Room 121 Founders Hall, George Mason University Arlington Campus
3351 N. Fairfax Drive, Arlington, Virginia 22201

Moderator:
Patrick Connors is the senior vice president of finance for the B.F. Saul Company, a Bethesda, Maryland based private real estate company that owns and operates 20 hotels, over 2 million square feet of office, and several multi-family properties, largely in the D.C. region. Mr. Connors also serves as the director of finance for ASB Real Estate Investments, an investment management firm managing $5.9 billion in gross assets under management for over 300 institutional clients. 

Panelists:
Buwa Binitie is the Managing Principal of Dantes Partners and directs the acquisition, development, management and financial activities of the firm which is committed to creating and preserving affordable and workforce housing. Since founding Dantes Partners, Mr. Binitie and his team have closed over $219 million of unconventional real estate transactions that utilize low-income tax credits, new market tax credits, tax-exempt bonds and a various other forms of alternative financing.

Alan Goldstein is the Director of the Multifamily Division of AHC Inc. AHC is a regional developer of affordable and mixed-income rental housing with a portfolio of over 7,000 units at more than 50 communities.  Mr. Goldstein leads the team of development managers responsible for the acquisition, development, financing, and rehabilitation/construction of multifamily residential communities throughout the Washington metropolitan area.

Erin P. Peart is a Senior Vice President at Wells Fargo Bank located in Washington, D.C. and manages the Northeast Senior Housing Finance team.  Her responsibilities focus on originating loans secured by private-pay senior housing projects.  Prior to joining this group, Ms. Peart developed and managed the Community Lending & Investment Permanent Loan program, responsible for approving and placing long-term, fixed-rate loans for LIHTC and other affordable multifamily projects, and the New Market Tax Credit Group efforts on the East Coast.

John Scott is the President and CEO of Scott Long Construction, Inc.Originally founded in 1961 by his father, Bruce Scott, Scott-Long Construction focuses on building healthcare, community, and adaptive reuse projects in the DC metropolitan area. Scott-Long’s valued customers include the USO, Thrive Senior Living, Trinity Christian School and multiple hospital systems in the area. 
Location:
George Mason University Arlington Campus
Room 121 Founders Hall

3351 N. Fairfax Drive, Arlington, Virginia 22201
Date/Time Information:
April 19, 2017,
5:30 pm to 7:00 pm with a reception following the panel
Contact Information:
Eric Maribojoc
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