Rodney Dew

Rodney Dew

Development Manager, Mixed-Use Development | Washington, D.C.

Rodney Dew joined Hilco Redevelopment Partners in 2022 as Development Manager of Mixed-Use Development where he is primarily focused on the redevelopment of the former Potomac River Generation Station site in Alexandria, Virginia. Rodney is assisting in the transformation of this former coal-fired power plant into a vibrant mixed-use community of residential, office, retail, and cultural space that reflects the site’s rich history and prominent location along the Potomac. His responsibilities span a range of development activities that include project budgeting and forecasting, consultant team management, community outreach coordination, and approvals and permitting.

Prior to joining HRP, Rodney was a Development Officer at The Michael’s Organization, one of the nation’s largest affordable housing developers, where he managed the development of a 175-unit new construction project as a part of a two-person development management team. Rodney previously held positions at DC Housing Finance Agency, Walker & Dunlop, and Fannie Mae where he underwrote $1.2B+ across 19 affordable and mixed-income housing projects that leveraged traditional debt, housing tax credits, and tax-exempt bonds.

Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Rodney holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from Howard University. He is an active member of the Urban Land Institute where he currently sits on the local Urban Plan committee and is a member of the ULI Leadership Academy 2022. He is committed to pushing the boundaries of innovation in placemaking, community-centered development, and creative approaches to finance. He believes our built environment should tell the diverse stories of our cultural fabric.

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