For over 15 years, Jon has successfully represented L+M on affordable, mixed-income and mixed-use transactions in New York, and has led the organization into new markets, including San Francisco, Newark and Washington, DC. He is now continuing these efforts in a strategic enterprise to help grow the LMXD platform throughout the East Coast. Prior to joining L+M, Jon was the Vice President and Director of Development at the New York State Housing Finance Agency (HFA). In 2015, Jon was the recipient of the Rising Star Award at the Multifamily Executive Awards. Jon has a BA and an MPA from Columbia University as well as an MBA from New York University’s Stern Business School.
Yoel is responsible for assisting with the financial analysis, due diligence collection, market research, and project management of LMXD developments. Prior to L+M, Yoel worked as a commercial real estate appraiser at Bowery Valuation, the first venture-backed commercial appraisal firm/proptech company. At Bowery, Yoel apprised a range of different real estate assets classes including multifamily, mixed-use, retail/office, industrial, agricultural land, community use facilities, homeless shelters, and development sites. Yoel holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Brown University.
Han recently joined LMXD to manage ground-up, mixed-income developments in and around the New York Metro area. Han was previously a Project Manager at Forest City Ratner Companies where she oversaw all stages of development and leasing for 38 Sixth Ave, a 300 unit mixed-income rental at Pacific Park Brooklyn. Prior to Forest City, Han worked on the South Street Seaport Masterplan and various acquisitions opportunities as a Development Manager at Howard Hughes Corporation. Han holds a Masters of Science in Real Estate Development from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Architectural Studies from the University of Waterloo in Canada. Prior to working in development, Han was a practicing architect working on mixed-use projects in London, New York, and Toronto.
Julia advances the team’s mission to develop mixed-income and mixed-use housing across the nation. Since 2019, she has been responsible for managing several large-scale development projects from conception to completion in New Jersey, the District of Columbia, and New York City. Previously, Julia was on the development team at JBG SMITH, where she worked on mixed-use commercial and residential developments across the D.C. area. Julia attended Brown University, where she graduated with honors.
Laura oversees all stages of development including the acquisition, financing, design, construction, and marketing of market-rate and mixed-income/mixed-use development. Laura brings 10 years of experience within the built environment ranging from construction project management to non-profit and public-private development expertise. She is involved in the Urban Land Institute, previously serving on the Young Leaders Group Committee, and holds a leadership role in Women Empowered, L+M’s Employee Resource Group for women in the real estate industry. Laura holds a BS from Cornell University in Design & Environmental Analysis and a Master of City and Regional Planning from Georgia Institute of Technology.
Jake has been involved in over $500M of development encompassing over 1,000 residential units and 550,000 SF of commercial space spanning Louisiana, New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut. Jake has experience in different asset classes including mixed income multi-family, R&D/life sciences, and commercial. Jake holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance, Cum Laude, from the Sykes College of Business at The University of Tampa.
Katherine is responsible for sourcing, structuring and executing LMXD development projects and growing the LMXD platform. She has led mixed-income developments totaling over $750M in value in Manhattan and Westchester, and acquisition efforts in New York and Westchester. Katherine is a development professional with over 15 years of experience in both the public and private sector focusing on ground-up and redevelopment projects with complex entitlements, and a member of WX, Women Executives in Real Estate.
Prior to L+M, Katherine was a Vice President at Extell Development Company. Katherine grew up in Queens, and graduated from Stanford University with a B.A. with Honors in Political Science and from the Wharton School with an M.B.A.
Sam is responsible for sourcing, structuring and managing LMXD mixed-use developments. He has worked to expand LMXD’s footprint as a national mixed-use developer, leading $500M of development projects in Washington DC, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Connecticut. He also leads the company’s Opportunity Zone equity business, raising over $50M of managed capital. Sam holds a Bachelor of Arts from Duke University and an MBA with distinction from Columbia Business School. He lives in New Rochelle, NY with his wife, two toddlers, and two dogs.
Carrie is the Chief Investment Officer, responsible for the capital investment strategy and managing exposure and risk. She is also a Partner in the L+M Workforce Housing Fund, which seeks to make equity investments in workforce, affordable and mixed-income multi-family assets located in the NYC metro area. Carrie joined L+M Development Partners in September 2016. Prior to joining L+M, Carrie was a Managing Director at Goldman Sachs and the Chief Operating Officer of the Urban Investment Group where she was also responsible for the oversight of the GS Social Impact Fund. During Carrie’s time with the Urban Investment Group, approximately $4 billion was committed to underserved neighborhoods focusing on real estate investments, social impact bonds and financing for small businesses. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs in 2000, Carrie worked in the Investment Banking Division of Banc of America Securities. Carrie serves as Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Family and Children’s Services of Monmouth County, a social services agency, and is on the Board of Trustees of the Rumson Country Day School. Carrie earned a Bachelor of Science and Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.
David leads LMXD, the L+M-affiliated development and investment company responsible for creating innovative mixed-income and mixed-use communities in the Northeast and around the country. LMXD’s focus is on ground-up developments with investment partners that reflect the L+M mission (working together to build stronger communities), and which seek to foster community, culture, and sustainability.
Previously L+M’s President of Development, David brings over 25 years of new mixed-income, public-private development and acquisitions experience to LMXD and has been a key participant in transactions involving over 25,000 apartments and $10 billion of investment. Prior to joining L+M in 2009, David spent much of his career in senior residential roles at Forest City Ratner Companies and Tishman Speyer in New York. He began his professional life working in city planning and economic development before joining HR&A Advisors to focus on public-private development strategy and housing finance. David has served on boards for groups such as Symphony Space, Randall’s Island Park Alliance, Enterprise Community Partners New York, Friends of the High School for Environmental Studies, Manhattan Community Board Seven, and as a fellow with Coro Leadership New York. David graduated from Harvard College with a degree in urban studies and earned an M.S. in real estate development from Columbia University.