BRIDGE Housing Promotes Ann Silverberg to Executive Vice President
SAN FRANCISCO, CA, March 28, 2014—Ann Silverberg has been named Executive Vice President of BRIDGE Housing, an award-winning nonprofit developer, owner and manager of affordable homes for working families and seniors.
Based in San Francisco, Ms. Silverberg oversees the company's Real Estate Development activity in Northern California as well as major rehab work and Capital Markets debt and equity placement across the company. Previously, she served as Senior Vice President responsible for Portfolio Management and Capital Markets.
Going forward, Portfolio Management will handle buyouts, greening/energy efficiency and discrete repairs and replacement improvements of BRIDGE assets, while the Real Estate Development group is responsible for new construction plus resyndication, major refinance and major rehab of BRIDGE-owned properties.
Since she initially joined BRIDGE in 1990, Ms. Silverberg has assumed increasing responsibility in Real Estate Development and Asset Management. During her tenure as Project Manager and Director of Development, she produced many of BRIDGE’s signature developments, including Montevista Apartments, a 306-apartment, mixed-income property in Milpitas.
“Ann is an extraordinarily talented person who has a passion for affordable housing and a deep commitment to BRIDGE’s mission,” said Cynthia A. Parker, BRIDGE President and CEO. “She is widely recognized for her knowledge, skills and leadership, and I am delighted that she has stepped up to the role of Executive Vice President.”
Ms. Silverberg serves on the Board of Trustees and the Investment Committee of the National Affordable Housing Trust, and is a member of the Investment Committee for the Housing Partnership Equity Trust, the only equity REIT that focuses on affordable housing. She is a past President of the Board of Directors of the Non-Profit Housing Association of Northern California (NPH). Ms. Silverberg holds a Political Science degree from UCLA and a Master’s in City and Regional Planning from UC Berkeley.