Ned Howe is Vice President of Development Sourcing and Structuring for Enterprise Community Development, a division of Enterprise Community Partners. In this role, he manages and supports development staff through the entitlement process and pursues new development opportunities for rental and homeownership communities throughout the mid-Atlantic region. In his seven years with Enterprise Homes, Howe has been instrumental in land acquisition and development of affordable and market rate communities. Several of these developments, such as The Greens at Irvington Mews and The Greens at Hammonds Lane, have earned awards of distinction from industry publications and organizations.
Prior to joining Enterprise, Howe was the vice president of land development for the Maryland division of Beazer Homes Corp., a national homebuilder. At Beazer, Howe managed the land development department to support annual home sales of 400 to 600+ units. Two of Howe’s projects earned land development awards of achievement from the Home Builders Association of Maryland. Howe’s experience also includes over 16 years of site planning, civil engineering and environmental engineering for municipal, residential, commercial, institutional and industrial development projects throughout the metropolitan Baltimore and mid-Atlantic regions as a consulting engineer with KCW Engineering Technologies, Inc. He is a licensed professional engineer with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, a master’s degree in environmental engineering from Johns Hopkins University, and an executive M.B.A. from Loyola University. Howe serves on the board of directors of Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake, which operates in the Baltimore/ Annapolis metropolitan area, and is a travel baseball coach for the Catonsville Cubs.