Ms. Neubelt is a Real Estate Development Manager at Enterprise Community Development (ECD), where she works on all aspects of the acquisition, preservation, and redevelopment of projects undertaken by ECD. With an academic and professional background in historic preservation, she leads ECD’s adaptive reuse and historic preservation projects, including the adaptive reuse of an historic convent within a larger mixed-income, mixed-use new construction project in Richmond; the $15M adaptive reuse of an historic school into 50 senior RAD units, also in Richmond; and the adaptive reuse of the school’s annex into a community-serving commercial and program space. She also supports new construction projects.
Prior to joining ECD, Ms. Neubelt was a project manager for Neighborhood Housing Services of New Haven, a non-profit which specialized in the renovation and subsidized sale of vacant single-family homes in the city’s historic neighborhoods. She also has several years of experience working on a wide range of historic preservation projects including the restoration, documentation, and adaptive reuse of buildings up and down the East Coast.
Ms. Neubelt, a recipient of Virginia Housing Alliance’s 2020 Emerging Leader Award, holds master’s degrees in Historic Preservation and City & Regional Planning from the University of Pennsylvania. She is also a graduate of Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY, and is originally from Mystic, CT. She lives in Washington, DC with her husband Harry and 2 adopted cats, Millie and Charlie.
Wednesday, March 17, 2021
11:45 AM – 12:30 PM
This panel will feature developments that have converted vacant and dilapidated buildings into vibrant mixed-income housing. Thoughtfully renovated with consideration to historic preservation while still adding new components, including high-quality amenities and energy efficient utilities, these developments are achievements in battling cost challenges to deliver new housing often transforming the surrounding communities. We will host […]