Ada Peng provides implementation and financing strategies in the realm of public-private partnership, housing and real estate development.
Ada brings her background and experiences in housing and real estate development to HR&A’s real estate advisory practice. She assists public agencies, non-profits, and private developers to achieve their long-term vision with a practical approach suitable for the market condition.
Prior to joining HR&A, Ada contributed to three large-scale mixed-use developments in Southern California with residential, hotel, office, retail, and entertainment components. Her role included financial analysis and project management throughout the full development cycle— from master entitlement, to project positioning, construction, lease-up, and disposition. Ada was previously a graduate student researcher at UCLA, focusing on Asian-American asset building and housing disparity issues.
Ada received her Master of Public Policy from University of California, Los Angeles, and holds a Bachelor of Social Science in Policy and Public Administration with a minor in Economics from the City University of Hong Kong. Ada is an active member of the Urban Land Institute, championing the Diversity Committee and Women’s Leadership Initiative at the Los Angeles chapter.
Member, Urban Land Institute, Young Leaders Group