We focus on commercial and multifamily real estate investments that create lasting social impact in Black and Latino communities, while generating value and strong financial returns for investors.
Our diverse, experienced management team, cultural competency within our investment markets and access to institutional capital are the key differentiators in executing our scalable, sustainable strategy to strengthen communities and create long-term value for all stakeholders.
Malcolm Johnson directs Langdon Park Capital’s overall strategy and operations.
Previously, he was a Director in JPMorgan’s Commercial Real Estate group, where he led the firm’s efforts on a new platform that deployed equity into affordable and workforce housing projects in markets across the country. Johnson joined JPMorgan in 2012 as the senior coverage banker in the firm’s Real Estate Banking group in Los Angeles, where he underwrote and arranged $3 billion in debt financing for institutional real estate developers and investment firms. From 2006-2012, Johnson was a vice president in the Commercial Real Estate Banking group at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Prior to his banking career, Johnson played professional football with the Cincinnati Bengals, New York Jets and Pittsburgh Steelers from 1999-2003.
Johnson has been a guest lecturer for the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University, UCLA Anderson School of Business, University of Southern California Marshall School of Business, the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, the National Football League and numerous schools and non-profit organizations in South Los Angeles and his native Washington, DC.
Johnson serves on the Advisory Board for the Fitzgerald Institute for Real Estate at the University of Notre Dame, Sustaining Board for the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate, Board of Trustees for the Marlborough School and Corporate Advisory Board for The Brotherhood Crusade, a non-profit organization supporting low-income South Los Angeles residents.
Johnson received his Masters in Business Administration from the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University and his Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business.
Julia Stevenson leads Langdon Park Capital's investment activities across the United States, and she has direct responsibility for the firm's workforce housing portfolio in the Greater Washington, DC Metropolitan area. Stevenson is deeply involved in sourcing new investment opportunities and maintaining key relationships in the region. Stevenson sits on Langdon Park Capital's Investment Committee, and she is based in the firm’s Washington, DC office.
Stevenson is an impact investor with nearly two decades of experience in commercial real estate development and finance. Prior to joining Langdon Park Capital, Stevenson worked for LISC Strategic Investments, where she was responsible for deploying capital for its $250 million flagship fund targeting investments in Black-led financial institutions, businesses and other mission-focused entities. Prior to LISC, she was Vice President at Banneker Ventures, a Black-owned real estate development firm, where her responsibilities included underwriting the firm's multifamily development investments, managing the company's overall cost of capital and building the firm's impact-focused investment management platform. Prior to Banneker, she was a Portfolio Manager at Eagle Bank, where she oversaw a $400 million portfolio of commercial real estate loans and underwrote construction and pre-construction loans, and commercial, single-family land development and bridge financings. She previously worked as an Associate in Development Finance and Project Management in the Housing Department in Howard County, MD. Stevenson’s career began as an Assistant Project Manager with Gotham Development in Baltimore, MD.
Stevenson serves on the Board of Directors for CREW DC and African American Real Estate Professionals DC. She is also an active member of National Multifamily Housing Council and Urban Land Institute. Stevenson received her Masters of Science in Finance from Johns Hopkins Carey Business School and her Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies from Brown University.