The Historic District Developers, LLC has been chosen to administer the redevelopment of 2 major components of the National Monument District — The A. G. Gaston Office Building and the Masonic Temple, both historic elements of the Civil Rights District in Birmingham.
As Ensley District Developers, Henderson and Company is partnering with Direct Invest Development, LLC to redevelop the Ramsey-McCormack Building, the central city component of Ensley, which was the former U. S. Steel community.
Principal, Capital Formation and Government Relations
- Thirty-five years in real estate development business
- Expertise in the areas of community development finance and capital structure, historic preservation, tax credit development and structuring
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Email me: Irvin@hendersonandcompany.net
Principal, Concept, Design & Marketing
- Over three decades of real estate development experience focused on “Creating Restorative Human Settlements” Developed over 1,000 DU of mixed income and affordable housing in emerging urban markets Responsible for development of over 3 million SF of corporate space for AT&T One of the founders of the Green Building movement in the United States
Principal, Capital Formation, Finance & Structuring
- Engineer with financial expertise
- Southern Company, Exxon Mobil, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs
- Has invested $7Bn+ during investment career
- Founding Partner of Apollo Global Management commodities business
- Core member of team that produced 60%+ IRR in GS IPP business
CPA, Project Manager
- Directed the redevelopment and new construction of over $25 million of real estate since 1987
- In 1988, co-founded DTA, LLC – The Downtown Alternative, a real estate development and construction management company.
- Managing Broker of the Real Estate Alternative, LLC , which focuses on residential brokerage and sales
- Member of the National Association of Realtors
- Currently working on the redevelopment of a 250-unit affordable housing community on the west side of Indianapolis
- Elected to the NTCIC Board in 2008.
- Extensive experience in business operations, community and economic development, project management and program design.
- Founder of Kalenjin and Company, a business consultancy
- Owner and eventual Vice President and COO of a utility construction company
- Held executive roles with Fortune 100 firms and federal agencies including McDonald’s, Accenture, Baxter, Xerox, and the U.S. Department of HUD
- Holds an MBA from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business, and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Duke University.