Ryan oversees NJCC’s real estate arm, CAPC. Over the last 3 years under Ryan’s leadership CAPC has acquired and developed more than 583 housing units with total development costs of $70 million. In the same time CAPC also sold 523 units with a gross sales value of $120 million.
Before joining CAPC he was the Portfolio Manager of 2.5 million sf of retail space (valued at $1 billion) for Madison International Realty, a global private equity real estate firm focused on providing liquidity to investors and owners of Class A Properties in the US, UK, and Western Europe. Prior to Madison International Ryan had stints at Brixmor, MetLife, and CIT where he worked on both the equity and debt sides of the business and acquired, financed, or managed institutional quality real estate valued in the billions. Ryan honed his community development skills while working at Brick City Development Corporation, the economic development organization for the City of Newark. There he sourced and managed a portfolio of real estate and small business.
Mr. Johnson earned a BS in Commerce with a Concentration in Finance from the University of Virginia, McIntire School of Commerce. He now serves as a member of the Urban Land Institute Redevelopment & Reuse Council and as an Advisory Board member for the White Ruffin Byron Center for Real Estate at the University of Virginia.