Tim Geller is Executive Director of the Community Development Corporation of South Berkshire (CDCSB), a non-profit development organization that creates affordable housing and economic opportunity for low- and moderate-income households. The CDCSB has leveraged over $16 million in public and private investment for southern Berkshire County and created over sixty affordable housing units. It has over 140 housing units in their development pipeline, and 30,000 square feet of commercial space.Tim first came to the Berkshires in 1984 as a Composition Fellow at Tanglewood. Before joining CDCSB in 2002, he was Portfolio Manager of the Western Massachusetts Enterprise Fund, and was founder and President of the Berkshire Interfaith Community Investment Fund. He has a Master’s Degree in Community Economic Development from the University of Southern New Hampshire, as well as degrees in music from the Cleveland Institute of Music, Southern Methodist University and Princeton University.Tim serves on the Board of Directors for BerkShares, Inc., the Stockbridge Land Trust, the Great Barrington Land Conservancy, and HousingUs, a tristate affordable housing advocacy and development organization.
The Dark Side of the Local Housing Market: Finding a house you can afford
I’m looking for a two-bedroom apartment in Great Barrington. Could you please tell me more about these apartments and how I apply?