Carrie Reich - BRP Companies

Carrie Reich

Director, Asset Management

Ms. Reich is responsible for overseeing all aspects of asset management at BRP. This includes capital improvements of stabilized properties to maintain the long-term value of rental assets. In addition, she plays an integral part in developing acquisition/repositioning opportunities and transitioning assets for optimal long-term ownership and management. Prior to joining BRP, she was a co-founder and Executive Vice President of C&C Affordable Management LLC, a highly regarded real estate management company with a focus on multi-family housing in the New York metro area. In this capacity, Ms. Reich acquired and/or repositioned $114 million (753 units) of stabilized residential assets. She also transformed C&C (a start- up company with eight employees and 1,400 units under management) to a full-service firm with 45 employees managing 6,000+ units and 300,000 square feet of commercial-retail space. Before founding C&C in 2004, Ms. Reich worked as an Asset Manager at L&M Development Partners and was responsible for overseeing due diligence, property level financial analysis, marketing and lease up strategies and asset management and planning functions for L&M’s residential and commercial portfolio. Prior to joining L&M, Ms. Reich has had a long career in overseeing and managing affordable and market rate, multi-family properties along with motivating and mentoring team development.



  • State University of New York College at Oswego, BA

Favorite project:

East New York Portfolio (ENY)


“The East New York Recapitalization is the essence of NYC Real Estate – Preservation done right. BRP takes great pride in our commitment to public, private, community and residential partnerships which allowed 468 families to remain and thrive in their East New York affordable homes.”

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BRP’s senior professionals have over 100 years of combined real estate and management experience. The team has been involved in more than $2 billion in real estate investments and $20 billion in other financial transactions during their professional careers.

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