SEATTLE, WA, April 22, 2016—BRIDGE Housing has named Alison Lorig as Senior Vice President of Development, Pacific Northwest. BRIDGE is a nationally recognized nonprofit developer, owner and manager of affordable housing.
Ms. Lorig previously was President and co-owner of Lorig Associates, a Seattle-based real estate development company, and Lorig Management Services, a property and asset management company specializing in urban infill and mixed-use projects. She was responsible for corporate oversight of all development and management projects totaling over $500 million in project costs from predevelopment to stabilization. Ms. Lorig delivered more than 650 units of affordable housing for local nonprofits, and she headed a HOPE VI entitlement, design and construction team for a 188-acre, 1200+ unit development. Her latest project was Green Lake Village, a 297-unit mixed-use development with 50,000 square feet of retail anchored by a grocery store.
Ms. Lorig holds a B.S. and M.S. in Civil Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and a Certificate of Real Estate from the University of Washington. She is a licensed Washington State broker and a member of the Urban Land Institute. Based in Seattle, Ms. Lorig reports to BRIDGE Executive Vice President Kimberly McKay and is a member of BRIDGE’s Senior Leadership Team.
“Alison brings an impressive depth of experience to our Pacific Northwest group,” said BRIDGE President and CEO Cynthia Parker. “We will look to her talent and leadership as we continue to deliver more housing opportunities to the Seattle and Portland metro areas, where we currently have 2,230 units under ownership, construction or in the development pipeline.”
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About BRIDGE Housing
BRIDGE Housing Corporation, a leading nonprofit developer of affordable housing, creates and manages a range of high-quality, affordable homes for working families and seniors. Since it was founded in 1983, BRIDGE has participated in the development of over 16,000 homes in California and the Pacific Northwest. For more information, visitwww.bridgehousing.com.