April 2, 2019, MultifamilyBiz.com - Housing Trust Group (HTG), a leading multifamily developer and Florida’s largest developer of affordable housing, is proud to announce the appointment of Quinn Gormley as Executive Vice President of HTG America, the firm’s new national development division.
Gormley, who most recently served as a partner in Tidwell Group’s Austin, Texas office, has over 20 years of real estate development experience principally centered on affordable housing, tax oriented investments and economic development.
“HTG has expanded rapidly the last several years to meet the enormous demand for affordable housing in Florida, earning numerous national and local awards for our people, product and services,” said HTG’s CEO Matthew A. Rieger.
“With Quinn’s leadership and expertise, HTG is now well positioned to take its platform national and offer our expertise to other communities around the country that are also desperately in need of safe, clean and affordable housing. We’re delighted to welcome Quinn to the growing HTG family.”
Prior to joining Tidwell Group, Gormley was Director of Multifamily Housing & Real Estate Finance at Adolfson & Peterson Construction and has also worked as Vice President with JP Morgan Chase, N.A., where he was responsible for community development lending and client relationships in southwestern states.
Gormley has extensive experience in real estate development risk analysis, due diligence and structured financing, and has successfully provided multi-level oversight on the development and initial operation on over 6,000 units of multifamily and single-family affordable housing.
Gormley, who holds a BA from the University of Phoenix and served in the United States Marine Corps, is based in Austin, Texas.
HTG’s development portfolio of over 6,000 units includes affordable housing for families and seniors, student housing, and market-rate for rent and for sale communities. HTG takes pride in developing high-quality affordable housing communities that enhance neighborhoods, create high-paying jobs, and empower its residents.