Jason Soifer joined NHPF in 2020 and is based in Washington, DC. He is involved throughout the lifecycle of a project, starting with site analysis and feasibility, and continuing with design coordination, preliminary construction budget analysis, construction progress management, tenant relocation coordination, and finally tenant occupancy and handover to local partners. Jason is in regular contact with general contractors and site superintendents for projects currently under construction, and with the design team, composed of architects and consulting engineers, for projects in pre-construction, all to ensure that NHPF’s project priorities are top-of-mind. He reviews all Potential Change Orders for his projects and advises the Project Manager. He also reviews all payment requests from the General Contractors to ensure that they are in in line with construction progress. Jason uses his extensive experience as an architect to review plans and architectural drawings for each project to reduce construction risk.
Previously, Jason worked as an architect for several prominent architecture and design firms in Washington, DC specializing in restaurants, hospitality, and mixed-use residential. Some of his favorite past projects include the Hilton Aruba, Seven Reasons (named Best New Restaurant in the US by Esquire Magazine in 2019), and CityCenterDC, a $900MM mixed-use development covering 5 city blocks in the heart of downtown DC.
Jason received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Michigan, and two Master of Architecture degrees, one in Suburb and Town Design (aka Urban Planning), from the University of Miami. He is a licensed architect in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia, and is also NCARB certified. He lives in Maryland with his wife and three children.