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Keith Rand

Vice President - Development
New York, Northeast

Keith Rand serves as Vice President of Development of New York and Connecticut. Prior to joining Mill Creek, he was the Vice President of Acquisitions at Stonehenge NYC, a vertically-integrated, privately-owned company, at which he was responsible for overseeing acquisitions, asset management, and portfolio management. During his time at Stonehenge, he acquired over $250 million in multifamily assets, including 920 Park Avenue in Manhattan. Before joining Stonehenge, he was the Senior Director of Investments at Greystar, overseeing acquisitions, asset management, dispositions, and business development in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. At Greystar, Mr. Rand led the acquisition of over $570 million in multifamily properties and managed over a $1.1 billion portfolio of multifamily assets.

Mr. Rand started his career at J.P. Morgan, where he underwrote over $5 billion in commercial real estate lending opportunities across the firm’s commercial real estate and community development groups, and he also worked for Silverstein Properties, managing a $1.2 billion portfolio of mixed-used multifamily assets.

Mr. Rand graduated with a bachelor of arts from Duke University, an MBA with a major in real estate from the Wharton School, and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration with a focus in housing, urban development, and transportation from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. He has also studied landlord and tenant law at New York University and entrepreneurship and managerial accounting at the London School of Economics.

Mr. Rand is passionate about educational and urban development policies to create opportunities for upward mobility in disadvantaged communities as demonstrated by his experience volunteering for Civic Builders, the Municipal Arts Society’s CitiYouth program, Big Brother/ Big Sister, the Harvard Disaster Recovery Project, and the Harvard Community Development Project.


New York

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