Housing Professionals have coined the phrase “Accessory Dwelling Unit” (ADU), to describe the trend where homeowners add a detached, or attached apartment for additional income or accommodating additional family, etc..
Presented here is a program to enable, incentivize and support homeowners to build ADU’s as affordable rental units
For the community this means leveraging private sector resources to create a scalable solution for additional affordable housing in welcoming, multi-generational and diversified neighborhoods.
Leadership: Roger A. Gins, Executive Director. After graduating architecture school was hired as a development project manager in Myrtle Beach, SC of a PUD on the intercoastal waterway and a strip center in Socastee SC.
After obtaining an MBA, Roger became a construction lender for one of the largest banks in New York City, now part of JP Morgan Chase. From there recruited as the Chief Executive Officer of a medium size owner and developer owning 2,000 residential units and 1.2 million of commercial space, with development projects in 3 states.
Was then appointed by the Governor of New York State as COO and SVP of 42nd Street Redevelopment Agency, one of the State’s largest redevelopment projects. Went on to build Habitat Technologies that brought to market ”Smart Building” technology to the Multi Dwelling Unit (MDU) segment.
As a real estate advisor consulted firms specializing in Project and Feasibility Planning, Redevelopment Studies, Transaction Management.