New Jersey Community Capital, a New Brunswick-based community development financial institution, announced on Tuesday it has named Ryan Johnson its new managing director of real estate.
Johnson, who has nearly 15 years of experience in real estate, will oversee the acquisition, rehabilitation, sales and rentals of real estate holdings across all of the company’s business lines of Community Asset Preservation Corp. in New Jersey and Florida. He will oversee the CAPC team and focus on the purchase of Real Estate Owned and multiunit properties.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Ryan Johnson to our team,” Jeffrey Crum, chief investment officer at NJCC, said. “His deep expertise across economic development and the real estate sector will ensure that CAPC continues to foster healthy homes and healthy places for all.”
Prior to NJCC, Johnson was a portfolio manager at Madison International Realty, a private equity firm. He also was part of the founding staff at Brick City Development.
“I am honored to join the NJCC and CAPC teams to help expand access to equitable and affordable rental and homeownership opportunities,” Johnson said. “I am thrilled to deepen our commitment to creating healthy, quality homes in the communities we serve.”