Eduardo Espinoza - Director of Real Estate Development
On December 12th, LAHP welcomed Eduardo Espinoza as its Director of Real Estate Development. Eduardo’s incredible depth of experience and values-based approach will round out the LAHP team. With Eduardo on Board, LAHP solidifies our team and focus on building and preserving affordable housing in Los Angeles, ultimately deepening our impact on the lives of people who are housing insecure, working poor, homeless and seniors.
Eduardo has worked in the field of non-profit affordable housing since 1999, developing over 1,500 units of senior, multi-Family, single family and farmworker affordable housing in California and Texas. He applies his educational background in Architecture and Project Management in assessing site design, project feasibility and community integration. Recently Eduardo worked at the Cesar Chavez Foundation as Senior Project Manager with re-syndicating several of CCF’s multi-family tax credit developments in the California Central Valley. He began in affordable housing as an AmeriCorps Volunteer for the East LA Community Corporation where he worked as a construction manager to rehabilitate over 40 single family-homes in the low-income communities of Los Angeles.
Eduardo also devotes time in service of his local community. He has served on the Boyle Heights Neighborhood Council for CD 14 and currently volunteers on several community arts and education non-profit organization boards. He volunteered his services to help complete the CASA 0101 Community Theater in Boyle Heights, CA, where he was born and currently resides. Eduardo earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Architecture from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Professional Designation in Construction Management from the University of California, Los Angeles.