Welcome to LEDAHF

LEDAHF is a 23 year old not-for-profit corporation which serves as a collaborative platform for government, industry, universities and other profit and non-profit organizations to implement good public policies.

Our mission is to:

1. Promote economic development and prosperity
2. Promote the availability of affordable housing, 
and to otherwise
3. Relieve the burdens of government.

Through resulting Strategic Alliance Partnerships, we mobilize exceptional resources to address these challenges, and we are continually sourcing like-minded individuals and organizations to support our efforts.




“LEDAHF strives to assist in relieving the burden of government

by attracting private sector commitment to public purpose projects."



-  Richard deGorter  -


Latest News

Bill Rotolo joins LEDAHF’s Board of Directors

Bill Rotolo joins LEDAHF’s Board of Directors

Bill graduated magna cum laude from the University of Illinois with a Master's Degree in City and Regional Planning from Cornell University, and has since acquired 25 years of experience and success in land use, acquisition, planning, zoning and community development.

Bill began his career in the public sector as a Planner with the Village of Schaumburg in the early 70's. From there, he went on to become the City Planner with the Village of Wilmette.

He left the public sector and joined Lexington Homes in 1986. From Lexington, he went to Concord Homes, and from Concord, Bill went on to form his own homebuilding companies: Aspen, and then Insignia Homes, LLC, before joining forces with Ronald Benach in 2003 to form TWJ Associates, Ltd.

Bill Rotolo brings to LEDAHF his solid experience and impeccable credentials combined with a passion for zoning and rezoning of land development of planned communities that are in harmony with nature and the community. His formula spells success for serious builders who know the value and importance of property that is zoned, ready to build and develop.

Welcome, Bill!

Transfer of Forest Hill Park to Social Housing, Inc.

On December 15th, LEDAHF transferred the Forest Hill Park property to Social Housing, Inc: a non-profit we believe is extremely capable of managing the property in East Cleveland and providing social services to its tenants for no cash consideration.