Dan Moran is an urban planner with eight years of experience in affordable housing development. Moran currently serves as Assistant Commissioner for New Construction Finance at the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), where he administers finance programs that produce a pipeline of projects across the five boroughs. He has directly managed the closing and financing of more than 5,000 units of housing in New York City and the conversion of another 4,000 units of housing from construction to permanent financing. Moran specializes in structuring mixed-use transactions that pair affordable housing with other critical infrastructure and public works improvements, such as parks, streets, sewers, schools, and libraries. He also has experience as a planner managing land use approvals and community engagement strategies for affordable housing developments. He has a B.A. in Classics and History from Skidmore College (2007) and an M.R.P from Cornell University (2015), where his research focused on urban design, real estate development, and land-use planning.
Academic Research/Specialty Areas
- Land use/spatial planning
- Real estate development
- CRP 6595 Special Topics in Real Estate-Affordable Housing Finance and DevelopmentThis course addresses pertinent issues relative to real estate. Topics vary each semester.