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Antoinette Khamsopa

Founder and President 

An entrepreneurial driven executive with  20 years’ experience in the real estate development and construction management industries. Antoinette has a fundamental background in business operations, with special emphasis on corporate compliance, contract administrations, and regulatory governance. Antoinette has effectively implemented startups as a business owner, corporate executive, and consultant. She has successfully assembled operations teams, launched funding campaigns, aligned joint-venture/strategic partnerships, and utilized her government relations experience to secure a variety of public-private partnerships.

In addition, Antoinette is proficient in board relations, corporate governance, market research, program management, and marketing and branding. Utilizing expert knowledge concerning the Three Sustainable Development Pillars: People, Planet, and Profit, and the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda; Antoinette founded, NYSIDI Holdings LLC (NYSIDI). Through Antoinette’s leadership, NYSIDI devised an innovative Transit-Oriented-Development Program, which focuses on implementation of economically circular and environmentally sustainable urban community development. NYSIDI’s community concept can be applied in a variety of urban housing development types, safeguards the environment, uplifts economies, and embraces social responsibility.

Nick Khamsopa

Founder and Managing Director  

Having over 30 years’ experience in commercial & residential construction / real estate holdings, and structured funding, Nick began his career as a journeyman Carpenter with the United Brotherhood of Carpenters, Local 964.


Nick is a highly experienced in land acquisition, land planning, and finance. Nick is Founder and Managing Director for NYSIDI. He directs all site operations, project budgeting, and sales efforts. Nick started construction career as teenager, working as an apprentice with a local residential building company. After attending vocational construction school, he was accepted into a five-year Apprenticeship with the United Brotherhood of Carpentry Local Union 964. During Nick’s apprenticeship he was Superintendent for construction of dormitories at St. Thomas Aquinas College and NYS Thruway I-87 rest stop redevelopment.


Nick later founded a construction company that became a general contractor for daycare centers and restaurants throughout the Hudson Valley. Along with his partners, Nick built over 80 custom homes within New York and Pennsylvania, and successfully joint-ventured on several nationally implemented construction development initiatives. 

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