NHPF remains very concerned regarding the overall health and well-being of our 25,000 residents during the Covid-19 crisis. We have been actively working with our third-party management companies in taking steps such as increased cleaning of common areas, limiting resident contact except for emergency situations and, through our resident services program subsidiary Operation Pathways, providing resources for financial assistance, food, medicine, transportation, and needed supplies. In addition, we have placed a moratorium on all evictions for non-payment of rent for the duration of this crisis and are actively engaging our residents who have been financially impacted to discuss payment plans. We fully appreciate the social and emotional tolls the length of this crisis have taken on our residents and we will follow all local and state government directives regarding the reopening of our sites and community centers. The safety and well-being of our residents remains our highest priority.


Chief Operating Officer & Chief Investment Officer

Stephen Green has more than 35 years of experience in real estate and economic development projects in both the public and private sectors. He has worked effectively with a variety of public agencies, federal, state and local officials, and resident and community groups. His project management engagements have included market rate and affordable residential, commercial, and mixed-use developments.

Through his tenure at NHPF, Mr. Green has guided over $350 million worth of investments through the acquisition and underwriting process. Of that amount, acquisitions totaling $225 million in value were added to the NHPF portfolio. In total, Mr. Green has been responsible for $195 million in development funding benefiting the NHPF portfolio.

As Director of Development for the Executive Office of the Mayor of Washington, DC, Mr. Green managed a portfolio of over $2 billion worth of public investment in a series of developments across the District of Columbia. His oversight of that municipal portfolio included the disposition and development of the Hines organization’s $900 million City Center Development. During that period, Mr. Green was the principal negotiator of the agreement to bring the Washington Nationals baseball team to the Nation’s Capital. His duties included site selection, financing, lease negotiation and land acquisition for the ballpark. In addition, Mr. Green was one of several principle architects of Mayor William’s commitment to financing over 19,000 units of affordable housing

Mr. Green has also held executive positions at The Community Builders, William C. Smith and the District of Columbia Housing Authority (DCHA), where he served as Director of Capital Programs. He was responsible for the financing of DCHA’s first self-development transaction, a 136 unit $40 million development of a public housing authority site.

His work at The NHP Foundation also benefits from his extensive project financing experience including conventional financing, HUD-insured debt, tax credits, and tax-exempt bond financing. Mr. Green attended Yale University.