For more than forty years CPC has been providing innovative and flexible lending solutions to help meet the demand for stable, quality housing in cities and neighborhoods across New York State. Since our inception in 1974, we have leveraged more than $10 billion to fund the creation or preservation of approximately 193,000 residential units.
We believe that housing is central to transforming underserved neighborhoods into thriving, vibrant communities. We believe this because we have seen it happen in countless communities across the state.
As a nonprofit affordable housing and community revitalization company, CPC holds a unique position within the industry. Throughout our history, during times of economic crisis and disinvestment when the risk involved in lending kept many out of struggling and underserved neighborhoods, CPC was there as a consistent and stable source of capital. Our presence has been a catalyst for bringing new partners and sources of public and private funding together to help rebuild, strengthen, and stabilize neighborhoods from the Bronx and Harlem to New Rochelle, Downtown Syracuse and Buffalo, and countless others across the State.
It was this commitment to aiding underserved communities, our loyalty to borrowers, integrity and accountability, and attention to detail that built the foundation of our more than four decades of work, drove our turnaround, and is the foundation of the CPC brand.
Over the past few years CPC has transformed from a company in the midst of a turnaround to a fully capitalized, financially strong, mission-driven organization. We have accomplished this by paying homage to our past and recommitting to our core values while strategically pursuing opportunities to expand our tool box with new products and investment opportunities.
We are investing in the places and projects where we can be the most effective in revitalizing underserved neighborhoods, and we have returned to our central business of addressing the acute gap in the market for lending products tailored to the needs of small multifamily building owners. Once again, the diversity of our portfolio of loans is representative of the diversity of the neighborhoods we serve.
Whether the project is downtown revitalization, adaptive reuse, supportive housing, the acquisition and rehabilitation of distressed property, or the preservation of affordable housing; our years of experience and deep relationships with key government and private sector partners gives CPC the ability to maximize the potential of our customers’ multifamily projects and their impact on communities.
For many of our long-time customers, CPC was the lender of choice for their first project or their most challenging deal. It is our culture of trust and respect and our dedication to advancing the vision of our partners that allows us to grow and succeed together. With a renewed focus and a great team in place, I am confident that CPC will continue to bring value to our partners and to be a positive force in communities across New York State and the region for years to come.
At CPC, the expertise of our team makes the difference, time and time again.
Managing Director and Global Head of Real Estate and Asset Finance
Cannon Heyman & Weiss, LLP
President & Chief Executive Officer
The Community Preservation Corporation
Senior Vice President
Bank of America
NYU Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy
Real Estate/Legal Consultant
Managing Director, Acquisitions
Red Stone Equity Partners, LLC
CEO and President, Chemung Canal Trust Company
President, Capital Bank
Wells Fargo Multi-family Capital
The Portfolio Administrator in the Servicing Team will provide loan administration and servicing for a portfolio of loans, while providing superior customer service to both internal and external customers.
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The Manager of Sustainability Programs will be responsible for overseeing CPC’s sustainability initiatives and practices. The incumbent will develop these programs under the direction of the Chief Operating Officer and others, and will be responsible for working with the origination and equity staff, borrowers and external partners to advocate for and implement sustainability measures in our projects and advance CPC’s Sustainability profile in the industry.
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CPC has offices throughout NY State, and opportunities may become available for Mortgage Officers, Assistant Mortgage Officers, as well as support & clerical staff. If you have any questions, please contact Brenda Barnaby, Human Resources at 646-822-9327.
The Community Preservation Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all employment-related decisions including recruitment, selection, evaluation, promotion, compensation, training and termination are made without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, sex, disability, marital status, status as a veteran, sexual orientation or gender identity, or any other protected status. CPC supports equal opportunity employment and understands that EEO is the law.