Ms. Adnani is a member of our Senior Management with over 20 years of experience in the field of affordable housing preservation, acquisition and rehabilitation. Ms. Adnanis multidisciplinary financing, management, and planning & design expertise as well as her broad knowledge of federal and state housing regulations enables her to direct acquisition and recapitalization projects through strategic and programmatic evaluation, valuation and pricing, deal structuring and negotiations, and design and construction. She is an expert in identifying investments, raising capital, subsidy renewal, and capital restructuring and finance strategies that lead to feasible preservation transactions.
Since joining NHPF in 2014, Ms. Adnani’s primary charge is to find at-risk acquisition prospects that can be structured and financed as successful LIHTC preservation transactions. Her efforts have resulted in acquisitions totaling $106 million. Through these accomplishments, NHPF gained more than 1,000 affordable units in various stages of recapitalization, generating $300 million of total investments in 9 properties.
Throughout her affordable housing career, Ms. Adnani has been involved in applying for various federal funding programs, identifying projects that meet specific program requirements and completing those projects in full compliance with the federal requirements. Her federal funding experience includes public housing modernization, Neighborhood Stabilization Program, Low-Income Housing and Historic Tax Credits, FHA-Insured Loans, and Section 8 rental subsidy.
After receiving a Master of City Planning from the University of Rhode Island and a Bachelor of Architecture from Roger Williams, Ms. Adnani went on to earn her MS in Real Estate Development from MIT in 2000.