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Jonathan Beck

Development Project Manager

Jonathan is responsible for new project development and the coordination of all aspects of the development process in projects across the United States. His responsibilities include analyzing prospective developments and feasibility, structuring complex financial tax credit investments, working with numerous community development programs, negotiating investment and loan terms, coordinating and communicating with project stakeholders, negotiating the acquisition and disposition of assets, performing due diligence, and reviewing legal documents.

He has extensive experience working with Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC), Historic Tax Credits, and New Markets Tax Credits. His experience includes positions at a national LIHTC syndicator, National Trust Community Investment Corporation, and Baker Tilly Virchow Krause. He has been a frequent speaker at regional and national conferences including the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Past Forward Conference, National Park Service Listening Sessions, an the Advisory Council of Historic Preservation’s Leveraging Workgroup.


  • B.B.A. – Real Estate & Urban Land Economics – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Key Experience

  • Capitol West Master Development – Madison, WI
  • National Park Seminary - Silver Spring, MD
  • Laurel Hill Master Development - Lorton, VA
  • Soldiers Home - Milwaukee, WI
  • Fortress - Milwaukee, WI
  • Beloit Powerhouse - Beloit, WI

Community Involvement

  • President - Wisconsin Historical Real Estate Foundation
  • Vice President - Goodman Community Center in Madison (former)
  • Board Member - Wisconsin Trust for Historic Preservation
  • Advisory Board - Center for Veterans Issues
  • Wisconsin Historical Foundation Board of Directors
  • Advisory Council of Historic Preservation Leveraging Workgroup
  • Soldiers Home Community Advisory Council