Phone: 518-899-2608, Ext. 104
Connor is excited to use his background in economics and statistics to help communities discover their strengths and learn what makes their region tick. In addition to his Master of Science degree in Applied Economics and Bachelor of Science degree in Business Economics, Connor received additional training in marketing and statistical analysis through his undergraduate minor studies.
Prior to joining Camoin Associates, Connor spent two years in higher education where he worked on a broad range of economic analysis projects, from analyzing consumer demand and firm investment decisions to modeling regional economic development and providing theoretical analysis in sports economics and contest success functions. Connor brings an enthusiasm for economic development and a passion for using data to unveil new opportunities and solve challenging problems.
Real Estate Market Analysis | Jaffrey, NH | Connor is currently serving as an analyst for a real estate market analysis of a brownfield site in the Town of Jaffrey. The analysis examines market conditions and potential opportunities for future development.
Real Estate Market Study | Private Developer | Auburn, ME | Connor provided analysis for a market feasibility study for a private developer considering a 954-unit residential development with a mix of townhomes and apartments. Demographic and economic analysis, as well as market characteristics including local assets and land use were examined to determine demand for the project and estimate achievable rental and absorption rates.
Multifamily Housing Market Feasibility Study | Private Developer | Lewiston, ME | Connor served as an analyst for this project, studying the market for a large multifamily housing development. Connor analyzed local and regional economic and demographic trends, market areas, and housing supply to help the developer better understand future demand and price points for the housing project.
Housing Needs Analysis | City of Keene, NH | Connor served as an analyst for a housing needs analysis for the City of Keene, NH. In particular, Keene was interested in ways to create housing resilience, using quantitative, mapping, and qualitative data to inform a housing strategy for the City that fits into regional and state efforts to address a lack of housing.
Housing Study | Lincoln County, ME | Connor served as an analyst on a Lincoln County housing study. His work included analyzing the current supply and demand of housing, creating a town-by-town housing profile, identifying factors contributing to housing shortages in the County, and estimating what future housing demand looks like in the County.
Housing Needs Assessment | Marble Falls, TX | Connor served as the analyst on the City of Marble Falls Housing Need Assessment. His work included analyzing the current supply and demand of housing, creating a town-by-town housing profile, identifying factors contributing to housing shortages in the City, and estimating what future housing demand looks like in the City.
Economic Resiliency Strategy | Town of Stonington, ME | Connor served as an analyst providing the data profile and identifying strategies in order to aid the Town of Stonington to build a more resilient economy in the face of threats from sea level rise, federal regulations on lobstering and fishing, and challenges related to developing a more robust and sustainable year-round economy.
Economic and Fiscal Impact of the Film Industry | Nassau County IDA | New York | Connor worked as an analyst on the most recent economic and fiscal impact study of Nassau County’s film industry. Connor’s work built upon the two previous film industry impact studies that Camoin completed for the IDA and provided the county with clear insight into new developments and impacts of this important industry.
Various Economic and Fiscal Impact Studies | Nassau County IDA | Connor has been working with the Nassau County IDA on various projects, providing analysis of the economic and fiscal impact on major projects that the IDA has considered for inducement during that time period. The projects have spanned the gambit of industrial, commercial, retail, institutional, residential, and non-profit uses.