The principals of New Atlantic have over 40 years of combined experience in development and have completed some of the area's most innovative affordable housing and mixed-used development projects. They have a very successful track record and are known for their ability to solve complex physical, financial and legal problems which would otherwise make a project infeasible.
Bill Madsen Hardy
Bill Madsen Hardy is a real estate development and urban planning specialist with a strong background in affordable housing, historic preservation and economic development. His experience prior to New Atlantic included managing development projects for a non-profit CDC in Cambridge, Massachusetts and as a planning and development consultant in Detroit, Michigan. He has managed the development of over 1,500 units of affordable and mixed-income housing and several commercial/retail properties.
Brian Goldson was trained in architecture at Roger Williams University. He brings a wealth of experience in architecture and construction management to New Atlantic Development. He has worked in all aspects of housing, including assisted living, special needs, affordable and market rate. Historic tax credit projects are an area of particular expertise.
Catherine Infantino serves as New Atlantic’s Project Manager and general Swiss Army knife for the company and subsidiaries. She is responsible for eclectic project managment duties, property managment, and grant writing. She also provides general support to the company principals.
Peter Roth founded New Atlantic Development in 1994 and led the company through 23 years of innovative and successful development. He continues to teach in the Master's degree program in Real Estate Development at MIT and serve on the Board of Directors of several non-profit organizations. He continues to provide strategic advice to the company’s principals.