Jennifer Ealy Appointed Associate Director for Housing and Real Estate Services
Housing and Real Estate Services, formerly located in the Macmillan building, has completed its move to New South building, near Baker Rink and the Dinky Station. This move included Faculty and Staff Housing, formerly located in Hibben Apartments. The relocations are a key part of University's reorganization of Housing and Real Estate services within the Facilities Organization.
Jennifer Ealy has been appointed associate director for housing real estate services in Princeton University’s Housing and Real Estate Services Department. She will be responsible for Princeton University’s rental and purchase plan programs for faculty and staff.
Director of Housing and Real Estate Services Andrew Kane said, "Jennifer Ealy has the right background to deliver on Princeton's commitment to create an integrated customer service organization for faculty and staff who need housing, whether that need is met by University rental housing, participation in our Residential Purchase Plan, or utilizing resources to find housing off-campus. She combines expertise in local real estate, a track record for improving customer service, and substantial construction and renovation project management experience."
Jennifer brings to Princeton her strong experience in property development and management, marketing, real estate law, and leadership of customer service organizations. As associate director, she will report to Andrew Kane, director of Housing and Real Estate Services, beginning February 21, 2011.
Eugenia (Coe) Evans, will retire from her position assistant director for faculty and staff housing at the end of this academic year. "Coe’s 40 years of service to Princeton certainly represent an amazing commitment to our community" said Chad Klaus, Assistant Vice President for Facilities, Services. "She has helped literally thousands of faculty, staff and their families find a true home in Princeton and has done so in a highly professional and caring manner."
"These changes in Housing and Real Estate Services are helping to advance the Housing Master Plan, a part of the Campus Plan that focuses on graduate student, and faculty and staff housing," continued Klaus. "With the development or redevelopment of several residential complexes near the campus, as well as planning for and building single-family homes, it's important that faculty and staff now have access to information about local sales and rentals, as well as expert guidance to help them navigate their choices, all in one place."