In the News: Former Bottoms Chief Of Staff Named President Of Columbia Residential
Columbia Residential has tapped a former civil servant and affordable housing expert to help lead the firm’s continued expansion in the Southeast, the firm’s first hire since founder Noel Khalil died of cancer last year.
Columbia Residential has named Carmen Chubb as president, tasked with managing both its asset and development pipeline as well as leading the housing preservation division. Chubb will report directly to CEO Jim Grauley, who took over the position after Khalil’s death in October.
“The need [for affordable housing] is so great in Atlanta, and we have the platform and we have the know-how and the expertise,” Chubb told Bisnow in an interview. “The goal is to do more, to produce more affordable housing.”
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