August 4, 2023
Community Housing Partners (CHP), a leading provider of affordable and sustainable housing throughout the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic, is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Davenport as the new Vice President of Multifamily Development. Davenport brings extensive experience in affordable housing development and will play a crucial role in advancing CHP’s mission of creating healthy, sustainable, and affordable homes and communities.
In his new role, Davenport will work closely with CHP’s leadership to develop and implement the organization’s multifamily development and growth strategy. He will oversee the entire life cycle of multifamily development projects, ensuring they align with CHP’s strategic goals and core values. Davenport’s expertise in identifying development opportunities, structuring complex financing, and negotiating contracts will drive the success of CHP’s projects.
“We are thrilled to welcome Andy Davenport as our new Vice President of Multifamily Development,” said Jeff Reed, President and CEO of CHP. “His proven track record in the industry, combined with his commitment to affordable housing, will be instrumental in furthering our mission. Andy’s leadership and expertise will strengthen our development efforts and help us create more affordable and sustainable homes in the communities we serve.”
Davenport brings a wealth of experience to CHP. He comes to CHP from The Michaels Organization, where he served as Vice President of Development. In that role, he sourced new opportunities and successfully developed and rehabilitated nearly 2,000 units of affordable and mixed-income housing across four states. Previously, he was a Development Officer at Pennrose Properties and served in real estate and development roles for the City of Philadelphia. Davenport has a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor’s degree from Middlebury College.
“I am so pleased to join the excellent Real Estate Development team and CHP family,” Davenport said. “I am excited to help CHP bring sustainable and affordable housing to the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast.”
CHP’s multifamily development team creates attractive, new homes and community spaces and preserves aging housing stock. Over the past five years, CHP has invested more than $289 million in rental real estate development to create homes for low-income families and individuals. (Learn more about CHP’s impact across several states.)