Housing Solutions for Vermont Downtowns

APA Northern New England Chapter


Thursday, June 8, 2017
3 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. EDT

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Shifting household demographics have created an evolving housing market in Vermont, and getting communities to embrace multifamily housing is a challenge. In this session, investigate new types of downtown housing opportunities and hear the developer’s perspective on strategies to make these projects successful. 


Cynthia Reid

Cynthia Reid, Cathedral Square Director of Development Cynthia joined Cathedral Square Corporation (CSC) as its Director of Development in 2013, where she works to develop, rehab, and preserve service-enriched housing for seniors and persons with disabilities. CSC is a 39-year old non- profit corporation that develops and operates communities for ... Read More

Maura Collins

Maura Collins, Vermont Housing Finance Agency (VHFA) Director of Policy and Administration Maura Collins is the Director of Policy and Administration at the Vermont Housing Finance Agency (VHFA). She has been with the Agency since 2002 and acts as a senior policy advisor on state and federal legislative matters and ... Read More

Andrew Winter

Andrew Winter, Twin Pines Housing Trust Executive Director Andrew became the Executive Director of Twin Pines Housing Trust in August of 2012. He has twenty plus years of experience of as a developer, funder and investor in affordable housing projects. Prior to joining Twin Pines, he served as the Director ... Read More

Tim Sidore

Tim Sidore, Ledgeworks General Manager Tim is the General Manager of Ledgeworks, Inc. Ledgeworks manages and redevelops residential and commercial property throughout the Upper Valley region of Vermont and New Hampshire. In addition to the ongoing redevelopment of the former College Cleaners building for residential units, recent company projects include ... Read More

Contact Info

Lee Krohn, lkrohn@ccrpcvt.org