Travis Bostick

Senior Project Manager

Travis Bostick

Travis Bostick is a real estate and economic development professional, with an interest in affordable housing and homeownership,  as well as economic equity through wealth building.

Mr. Bostick brings robust experience working in government and in various affordable housing and economic development organizations throughout NYC and in the D.C.-metro. His breadth of experience includes real estate finance, stakeholder engagement, project management, and program development. At Urbane, Mr. Bostick spearheads the engagement with our NYCHA PACT Round 9 project at Reid Park Rock.

Prior to joining Urbane, Mr. Bostick worked in the affordable housing industry in New York City and the DC Metro area in various capacities, ranging from project management to program development and implementation to civic sector management consulting.

Mr. Bostick also spent time as Special Assistant to the Deputy Chief Administrative Officer for Economic Development in Prince George’s County, where he worked with a small leadership team that oversaw several local agencies to ensure they were strategically aligned to implement the County Executive’s economic development agenda.

Before relocating to the mid-Atlantic region, Mr. Bostick served on the Real Estate Development team of the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), the largest public housing authority in the country and the largest residential landlord in North America, as Project Manager with the recapitalization team in NYCHA’s Real Estate Development department. In this role, he spearheaded the streamlining of the team’s process for procuring developers for forthcoming preservation projects, including under the federal Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program, by creating a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) resulting in a pre-qualified list of prospective partners who had been pre-screened to determine capacity for completing Section 8 conversion transactions.

Mr. Bostick holds a B.A. in Social Policy from Bard College and a M.A. in Theories of Urban Practice and Research from The New School.