October 10, 2018
Peter R. Kaplan is a recently retired banker with extensive experience in the financing of affordable rental housing, including public housing. During the final 16 years of his 27-year career at PNC Bank, Mr. Kaplan originated investments in housing developments using the low income housing tax credit.
He provided equity and debt financing for 91 properties with a total of over 5,900 units, primarily in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Kentucky. Of these properties, 30 were located either in the City of Pittsburgh or in Allegheny County outside the City of Pittsburgh. Twenty-three of the 91 properties were public housing developments, including 11 located either in the City of Pittsburgh or in Allegheny County outside the City.
Mr. Kaplan has been an active volunteer during the 28 years he has lived in the City of Pittsburgh, serving on the governing boards of ACTION-Housing, the Pittsburgh Housing Development Corporation, the Squirrel Hill Urban Coalition, and Sixth Presbyterian Church. He has a B.A. in History from Antioch College, a Masters in City and Regional Planning from the University of California at Berkeley, and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.