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Community Redevelopment Announces New Board Member

Jan 8, 2024

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Jan. 8, 2024) (ACCESSWIRE) Community Redevelopment Inc. ("CRDV"), A significant player in the DC metro real estate market, is pleased to announce that David M. Nissman has agreed to join our Board of Directors. Mr. Nissman was appointed by President George W. Bush as the 19th U.S. Attorney for the District of the Virgin Islands and following his retirement in 2004, the U.S. Attorney's Office Building on St. Croix was named the David Marshall Nissman Justice Center. He's also enjoyed much success in the private sector, having been a principal member of businesses ranging from finance to clean tech energy.

Our Chairman & CEO, Richard Balles, recently stated "I am excited to welcome David Nissman to the CRDV team. He has an impeccable reputation within the legal/regulatory community which will serve us well in terms of compliance and oversight. In addition to real estate development, our next vertical opportunity is in the finance sector, and I strongly believe David will help us to make this a reality."

David Nissman stated "I look forward to helping CRDV accomplish its objectives. CRDV can become a powerful economic engine as it expands its operations into new markets and new areas of development."


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Community Redevelopment (CRDV) is a publicly traded real estate growth company focused on creating housing for all; with an emphasis on naturally occurring affordable housing (NOAH). Their objective is to develop sustainable communities that thrive by investing in urban neighborhoods and first tier suburbs; they work to acquire, develop, redevelop, or create joint ventures with minority and women-led developers - adding additional properties and growing their portfolio steadily over time. CRDV has a first-class team that brings significant combined experience of over 70 years in real estate development, finance, and technology. Visit


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