Executive Director, Urban Homesteading Assistance Board
Quiet and self-effacing, Andrew Reicher has increased stable, affordable housing for low-income New Yorkers through programs that develop housing cooperatives. Andy generously shares his expertise to increase cooperative homeownership for low-income residents across the U.S.
Capital Impact Partners would like to congratulate Andrew Reicher on his induction into the Cooperative Hall of Fame. Andy is a national leader in the cooperative movement who has shaped the affordable housing landscape in New York City and beyond.
The Diego Beekman Mutual Housing Association, HDFC Board of Directors and the Mott Haven community wishes to congratulate Andy Reicher on an honor well deserved!
Andy - thank you for your leadership, mentorship, and generosity over the last 40+ years. Your vision for community-controlled housing has inspired housing advocates near and far and made an indelible mark on New York City's affordable housing landscape. Congratulations!
To Andrew Reicher:
Please accept my congratulations on your well-deserved recognition for your extraordinary and exemplary contributions to affordable housing.
Clifford P Charles CPA
Maine Cooperative Development Partners
Congratulations, Andy! We are so grateful for your cooperation, partnership, and mentorship as we collaborate to develop Maine's first large-scale, new construction limited equity housing cooperatives, Lambert Woods and Douglass Commons.
Brian Eng, Matt Peters and Liz Trice
Edelman Sultan Knox Wood Architects congratulates Andrew Reicher on his well-deserved induction into the Cooperative Hall of Fame. Your devotion to improving lives through access to stable, affordable housing has made an incredible impact in New York City and beyond.
National Cooperative Bank would like to congratulate Andy Reicher on his induction to the 2021 Cooperative Hall of Fame. Thank you for dedication to the cooperative housing sector in New York City. UHAB has been instrumental in helping low-income residents gain access to stable, affordable housing through the co-op model. Your dedication to cooperatives have made a huge impact on the lives of many and the cooperative sector. We value your friendship and leadership on NCB's Board of Directors.
Our heartfelt congratulations to Andy Reicher for a lifetime of skillful care, devotion and creative action on behalf of low-income shareholders in New York City and beyond. His passion and knowledge have built communities of strength, fairness and equity.
Friends of Andrew Reicher
Alan Zuckerman, CPA
Andrea S. Levere
Brian D. Obergfell
Christine B. Neal
Clifford P. Charles
David J. Thompson
Doug Reicher & Camille Tisdel
E. Kim Coontz
Elise Selinger, UHAB 2010-2014
Elonide C. Semmes
Gregory J. Carlson
Karen Zimbelman & Chris Copple
Kevin L. Edberg
Mary Ann Rothman
Patrick S. Jury
Philip & Eden Anker
Samira Rajan, UHAB Board
The McIntosh-Pohl Family
Theresa Kilbane & David Calvert
Thomas A. Fink
Tom & Mary Reicher
Walden Swanson & Kate Sumberg
William J. Nelson
During his four decades at the helm of the Urban Homesteading Assistance Board, Andy helped design policies and programs that grew New York City's low-income resident-owned/run housing cooperatives from several dozen to more than 1,300 buildings, providing homeownership and permanent affordability to more than 30,000 households.
Reicher: A Champion for Affordable Housing
Honoring and Planning Committee
Mary Ann Rothman
Deputy Executive Director
Urban Homesteading Assistance Board