REAL ESTATE FORUM’S 50 UNDER 40
2015 marks Waterton’s 20th anniversary in delivering
exceptional investment and property management services.
Thank you to Max and our 2000 employees
across the country for making us an industry leader.
Presidential Towers - Chicago, IL
Senior VP of Acquisitions, Finance and
Asset Management -
Fifield Capital Partners.
For being recognized
among the 50 under 40
by Real Estate Forum
MIKAEL LEVEY, 36
New York City
Since launching JEM Holdings in 2012, Levey
has acquired almost 3,000 apartment units in
six states and grown the company to 50 employees. On behalf of JEM Holdings and its investors, he’s closed more than $100 million in
multifamily acquisitions in 2014 and is on pace to exceed that volume in 2015. He would like to grow JEM’s portfolio to 10,000 units
within the next three years. In the long term, Levey wants to create a
lasting real estate business that provides quality homes to low-income and working-class families while providing his investors with
superior risk-adjusted returns. Prior to forming JEM, he worked for
Silverstein Properties, where he was asset manager for 7 World Trade
Center. Levey is an active member of NYPEN and the Columbia
Master in Real Estate Development Mentorship program.
JENNIFER LITWAK, 31
Housing On Merit
At the helm of Housing on Merit, Litwak devel-
oped more than 1,100 units of affordable
housing in California and provided services to
more than 3,000 residents. In addition, HOM
is repurposing shipping containers into an
affordable housing project. Litwak was a driving force behind the
renovation of what is now the San Ysidro affordable housing prop-
erty, which won an energy efficiency and sustainability award from
the San Diego Housing Federation. She was appointed by Mayor
Faulconer to the Consolidated Plan Advisory Board, is a board
member of the National Housing Conference’s Young Leaders in
Affordable Housing, former co-chair of Hunger Advocacy Network
and is currently serving a two-year appointment to the Center for
Human Rights. A trained lawyer, Litwak performs pro bono repre-
sentation to clients who need special immigrant juvenile status.
She is also the social services co-chair for the Women’s Resource
Fair and is on the board of the Anti-Defamation League.
TERRENCE MAIDEN, 37
Executive Vice President
Maiden is focused on urban, inner-city revitalization, believing that real estate is a tool that
can transform communities in a positive way.
His nonprofit, Two-Wins Foundation, invests
more than $100,000 in capital or in-kind donations to impact the lives of inner-city communities in Dallas,
through education and economic development. As EVP of development at Corinth, he has participated in the development of
more than three million square feet of retail. Maiden is the recipient of numerous business awards, including minority business
leader of the year, finalist for One Man Dallas, Mayor Star Council,
Dallas CEO Power Broker by D Magazine, Real Estate Forum’s
Tomorrow’s Leader Texas, the Thomas L. Houston Community
Service Award and many more, along with serving on many civic
and professional organization boards.