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David Egan Promoted to Vice President at EAH Housing

30-year housing veteran to lead project management efforts for $2 billion pipeline                                                    

SAN RAFAEL, CA – Today, EAH Housing, an affordable housing nonprofit, announced the promotion of David Egan to vice president of real estate development and construction. Mr. Egan has been with EAH Housing since 2008 and most recently served as a director within the real estate department.

“This promotion is well earned and important to the growth of our organization. Dave’s astute knowledge of the industry, along with his breadth and depth of experience has helped us in innumerable ways,” said Welton Jordan, chief real estate development officer at EAH Housing. “I have had the pleasure of working with Dave for the past eight years. His critical thinking and insight will benefit our staff, as well as our new construction pipeline and portfolio expansion throughout the western United States.”

As vice president of real estate development and construction, Mr. Egan is responsible for all development activity, with a primary focus on the construction, lease up and conversion stages of the development process.  He will also assist in leading the team in developing policies and procedures and handling negotiating architect and general contractor agreements.

“This is a critical time for the production of affordable housing,” said David Egan. “I have spent the last 12 years of my career in this field, and I am thrilled to take on a more formal leadership role in our effort to create quality housing for the most vulnerable in our society.”

About EAH Housing

Established in 1968, EAH Housing is one of the largest and most respected nonprofit housing development and management organizations in the western United States. EAH develops low-income multifamily housing, manages more than 210 properties in 78 municipalities in California and Hawaii, and plays a leadership role in local, regional, and national housing advocacy efforts.