High-cost Cities Housing Forum

The High-cost Cities Housing Forum, convened by Enterprise Community Partners, is a peer-to-peer group comprised of local housing commissioners from nine of the most expensive cities in the country. The forum was created more than a decade ago as a venue for local policymakers to discuss housing policy, offer program ideas and exchange best practices. Current member cities include Boston, Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington, DC.

Commissioners of the High-cost Cities Housing Forum

Sheila Dillon (Chair)
Chief of Housing and Director
Department of Neighborhood Development

Rushmore Cervantes
General Manager
Housing & Community Investment Department
Los Angeles

Polly Donaldson
Department of Housing & Community Development
District of Columbia

Eric Enderlin
Housing Development Corporation
New York City

Britta Fisher
Chief Housing Officer
Office of Economic Development

Kate Hartley
Mayor’s Office of Housing
San Francisco

George Mensah
Department of Community & Economic Development

Anthony Simpkins
Managing Deputy for Housing
Department of Planning & Development

Maria Torres-Springer
Department of Housing Preservation Development
New York City

Steve Walker
Office of Housing

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