Greenstreet Ltd. — Development, Brokerage, Consulting

Beth Neville

Beth’s graduate research explored the intricacies and unintended consequences of the largest source for affordable housing, the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit program.

Beth Neville is an associate with Greenstreet Ltd., an Indianapolis-based strategic planning and real estate practice. She is responsible for research and analysis, data management, strategic planning, and representing the firm in various community-based initiatives.

After completing her undergraduate degree at Denison University, Beth served two years as an AmeriCorps VISTA. She spent her first year with Homeport, a non-profit affordable housing developer located in Columbus, Ohio. There, she recruited and mobilized volunteers, secured funding through grant applications, and created economic development strategies for the King-Lincoln District. She spent her second year of service with the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA). While at IHCDA, Beth managed a variety of projects including IHCDA’s first resident-based research project, where she interviewed more than 200 residents of age-restricted Low-Income Housing Tax Credit apartment communities.

Prior to joining Greenstreet, Beth earned a Master’s degree in Urban and Regional Planning from Ball State University. During her time at Ball State, she worked with the City of Indianapolis’ Department of Metropolitan Development and IHCDA as a graduate assistant. Her graduate research won the Eric and Sandra Kelly Writing Award and examined the impact of Qualified Allocation Plans on the distribution of Low-Income Housing Tax Credit projects in low-poverty communities.

Beth is an active member of the Urban Land Institute Indiana.