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REAL ESTATE & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Future-focused, business-grounded advice and thoughtful solutions to help you structure, negotiate, and close the most complicated real estate and finance deals.

Our Approach

Every business venture involves real estate. Whether you’re building a 30-acre corporate campus, or launching a new venture from your home office, your property-related choices will have a pivotal effect on your bottom line.

With the right team helping you make these important and long-lasting decisions, you can make the right real estate choices to support your business growth.

We innovate. We anticipate. And we resolve sticky problems.

Clients rely on us to pinpoint the opportunities among the issues they face in tomorrow’s real estate marketplace. At any given moment, you’ll find us working on a variety of deals, properties, and asset classes. Our hard-earned experience gives us an intuitive understanding of your business goals and the speed and creativity to get you there with minimum fuss.

Who we work with

  • Clients who change landscapes, improve neighborhoods, and buy, sell or lease any kind of real property
  • Firms involved in real estate finance and capital markets
  • Businesses engaged in exchanging distressed debt or that are involved in real estate workouts
  • Companies that work with affordable housing and tax credit financing

Representative Experience

  • Represented the investor in a series of NMTC eligible transactions financing facilities for health care, homeless services, start-up food businesses and mixed use development in several states
    Represented the investor in a series of NMTC eligible transactions financing facilities for health care, homeless services, start-up food businesses and mixed use development in several states

Media Clips

  • The Art of Dissolution, Winding Up, and Cancellation of a LLC
    Affordable Housing Finance | September 16, 2014
    Washington, DC, Commercial Litigation partner Le Dolan authored this column discussing the three stages of a limited liability company’s demise.
  • Industry Leaders Head into Affordable Housing Hall of Fame
    Affordable Housing Finance | August 26, 2014
    Washington, DC, Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Rick Goldstein is featured along with the four other inductees into the Affordable Housing Hall of Fame.
  • What is Affordable Housing?
    WNYC-FM (NPR affiliate, New York City) | August 15, 2014
    New York City Affordable Housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen discusses New York City Mayor De Blasio’s new, high-profile affordable housing plan.
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  • Few builders likely to win affordable-housing bids
    Crain's New York Business | June 9, 2014
    Nixon Peabody is highlighted among key industry players who are best positioned to help New York City Mayor de Blasio succeed in his $41 billion plan to build or preserve 200,000 units of affordable housing.
  • IRS Responds to President's Call for More REIT Investment in Energy
    Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits | June 1, 2014
    Boston Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Forrest Milder authored this column discussing the IRS’ response to President Obama’s call for increased real estate investment trusts (REITs) in energy.
  • City Hall's Goldman Girl: Alicia Glen
    The Real Deal | June 1, 2014
    Affordable Housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen is quoted in this profile of Alicia Glen, New York City’s new deputy mayor for housing and economic development.
  • 3 Things You May Have Missed In De Blasio's Housing Plan
    Law360 | May 15, 2014
    New York City Affordable Housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen discusses some of the less publicized measures, including supportive housing, of New York City Mayor De Blasio’s new, high-profile affordable housing plan.
  • Developers, Attorneys Embrace De Blasio's $41B Housing Plan
    Real Estate Law360 | May 6, 2014
    New York Affordable Housing partner John Kelly comments on the New York City mayor’s new affordable housing plan. John’s comments focus on mandatory inclusionary zoning and the mayor’s goal of making diverse housing possible in every neighborhood.
  • Lawyers fight for disgraced housing chief's pension contributions
    Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly | May 1, 2014
    This article centers on Chelsea Housing Authority’s attempt (CHA) to secure the pension money of the former CHA executive director who pled guilty to fraud charges. Nixon Peabody provides pro bono representation to the CHA. One of NP’s attorneys who is working on this case, Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero, is quoted in the article.
  • Revamped Historic Building Credit a Boon to Savvy Hoteliers
    Law360 | April 11, 2014
    Washington, DC, Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner David Schon discusses the use of the historic rehabilitation tax credit in the hotel industry.
  • Push Begins to Jumpstart Mitchell-Lama in New York State
    Wall Street Journal | February 6, 2014
    New York City Affordable Housing partner John Kelly discusses efforts in New York to revive the 1950s-era Mitchell Lama program.
  • Industry Welcomes Guidance, Expects Renewed Equity Flow
    Tax Credit Advisor | February 1, 2014
    Boston Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Forrest Milder discusses the impact of the IRS’ recent “safe harbor” guidance on the historic tax credit industry.
  • LIHTC 2014 Outlook
    Tax Credit Advisor | February 1, 2014
    Washington, DC, Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Rick Goldstein discusses the outlook for low income housing tax credits in the coming year.
  • IRS Issues Historic Tax Credit Guidance
    Affordable Housing Finance | January 28, 2014
    Boston Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Forrest Milder authored this column on the much-anticipated release of IRS Guidance on Historic Boardwalk Hall.
  • Big Issues to Watch in 2014
    Affordable Housing Finance | December 30, 2013
    Washington, DC, partner and leader of the firm’s Affordable Housing practice Steve Wallace discusses potential game-changing stories to monitor in 2014.
  • Top 10 Stories of 2013
    Affordable Housing Finance | December 23, 2013
    Washington, DC, Affordable Housing practice group leader Steve Wallace contributes to this feature article focused on the biggest stories in the affordable housing industry in 2013.
  • Little Work at Theater
    Detroit News | November 18, 2013
    Washington, DC, Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner David Schon discusses the historic National Theatre in Detroit and potential rehabilitation efforts to restore the property.
  • On Day One, the New Mayor Should Invest in Affordable Housing
    Crain's New York Business | November 3, 2013
    This op-ed, co-authored by New York City Affordable Housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen and the president and CEO of the Community Preservation Corp., calls for NYC Mayor-Elect de Blasio to make affordable housing a priority of his administration.
  • The Case for GLBT Seniors Housing
    Affordable Housing Finance | September 24, 2013
    Washington, DC, Affordable Housing partner Randy Kelly discusses the need for seniors housing for the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community.
  • Law Firms See Sunny Outlook in Solar Biz
    Boston Business Journal | August 16, 2013

    Boston Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Jim Duffy is quoted in this feature article on the impact increased solar project interest is having on law firms.

  • Building Out
    National Law Journal | July 29, 2013

    This news brief highlights Greg Doran’s new role as leader of the firm’s Tax Credit Finance & Syndication practice, as well as the work our attorneys are doing in this space.

  • What the DOMA Decision Means for Affordable Housing
    Affordable Housing Finance | July 11, 2013

    Washington, DC, Affordable Housing partners Harry Kelly and Randy Kelly discuss the potential implications the U.S. Supreme Court’s Defense of Marriage Act ruling may have for the affordable housing industry.

  • Meet Jeffrey Lesk, Managing Partner at Nixon Peabody Washington, DC Office
    Notice and Comment: A Blog by the Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice | July 2, 2013

    Washington, DC, office managing partner and leader of the firm’s Tax Credit Finance & Syndication practice Jeff Lesk is the subject of this profile. Jeff discusses a range of topics, including experiences with administrative and regulatory law.

  • Ex-Chelsea Office McLaughlin's Sentencing Postponed
    Boston Globe | June 15, 2013

    This coverage highlights Nixon Peabody's pro bono representation of the Chelsea Housing Authority as it seeks restitution against its former executive director, who has already pled guilty to fraud charges. Nixon Peabody’s legal team includes Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Bill Codinha and associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero, Affordable Housing partner Jeff Sacks, counsel Neil Moynihan, and paralegal Joanne Sylvester.

  • Judge Gives Green Light to FreshDirect in Bronx
    New York Law Journal | June 5, 2013

    This article notes that FreshDirect has been given the green light to build a new headquarters in the South Bronx. Buffalo Products counsel Laurie Bloom and Rochester Real Estate partners Jared Lusk and Tom Greiner are noted as FreshDirect’s counsel.

  • Am Law Firms Look to Land Clients on the Ground Floor
    The American Lawyer | June 1, 2013

    Boston associates Courtney New and Mahmood Firouzbakht discuss their involvement with the Cambridge Innovation Center, the largest flexible office facility for growing technology and life sciences companies in the Greater Boston area.

  • Excellence in Law
    Daily Record | April 18, 2013

    Rochester real estate associate Greg Nearpass is among the “Up & Coming Attorneys” recognized by the Daily Record as part of its annual “Excellence in Law” program.

  • Where the Votes are in Boston
    CommonWealth | April 9, 2013

    This contributed article co-authored by Boston Real Estate partner Larry DiCara focuses on how voting power in Boston has shifted geographically over the past decade.

  • What the Future Holds for Fracking In NY
    Energy Law360 | April 9, 2013

    This contributed article authored by Albany Energy & Environmental counsel Peter Trimarchi, Albany Energy & Environmental partner Ruth Leistensnider, Rochester Products: Class Action, Trade & Industry Representation partner Chris Thomas, and Rochester Real Estate associate Greg Nearpass discusses two major developments expected this spring that will largely determine the extent to which high-volume hydraulic fracturing (HVHF) will occur in New York state.

  • Amid Gentrification, Affordable Units in Chinatown
    Boston Globe | January 23, 2013

    As the redevelopment of the Hong Lok House, a Boston affordable housing project, progresses, Boston Affordable Housing partner Jeff Sacks discusses the complexities of the financing.

  • A Novel Approach
    Tax Credit Advisor | September 1, 2012

    This article highlights the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s efforts to implement its new Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program. Affordable Housing practice group leader Steve Wallace and Affordable Housing partners Monica Sussman and Michael Reardon provide commentary.

  • Wild Ride Ahead?
    Tax Credit Advisor | September 1, 2012

    Washington, DC, Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Rick Goldstein, counsel to the Affordable Housing Tax Credit Coalition, discusses the outlook for affordable housing and community development between Labor Day and the remainder of the Congressional year.

  • Nixon Peabody Tackles Innovation
    Washington Post | August 13, 2012

    Chief Innovation Officer Herb Stevens and Washington, DC, office managing partner and Tax Credit Finance & Syndication practice group leader Jeff Lesk are featured in this article that focuses on Nixon Peabody’s innovation efforts.

  • New Project-Based Subsidy to Preserve Affordable Rental Housing
    Affordable Housing Finance | August 8, 2012

    This contributed article written by Washington, DC, partner and Affordable Housing practice group leader Steve Wallace focuses on HUD’s final implementation notice of the rental assistance demo (RAD) program.

  • Grandfathering Projects for Section 1603 Grants
    Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits | August 1, 2012

    This column, authored by Boston tax credit finance and syndication partner Forrest Milder, discusses how to be prepared as the U.S. Treasury adds new rules to the Section 1603 cash grant program and avoid a grant being reduced or even denied.

  • Personal Notes on Lawyers
    New York Law Journal | July 12, 2012

    New York City Affordable Housing partner John Kelly is highlighted for being named chairman of the board of governors of the National Housing Conference.

  • Guest Viewpoint: Compulsory integration compensates all landowners
    Press & Sun-Bulletin and Ithaca Journal | July 9, 2012

    This op-ed column, authored by Rochester Real Estate associate Greg Nearpass, responds to a recently published “Guest Viewpoint” column addressing New York State Governor Cuomo’s rumored plan to allow high-volume hydraulic fracturing (“HVHF”).

  • The Current: Term Sheets and Closings—10 Things to Remember
    Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits | July 1, 2012

    Boston Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Forrest Milder authored this column discussing the considerations to keep in mind while negotiating the term sheet and getting to closing.

  • Expiration of 9 Percent Fixed Rate Looms
    Affordable Housing Finance | June 27, 2012

    Washington, DC, Tax Credit Finance & Syndication counsel Susan Reaman provides commentary focused on the remaining time available on the fixed 9 percent rate for low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs).

  • The Grapevine
    Commercial Mortgage Alert | June 15, 2012

    The arrival of New York City Real Estate counsel Tushna Gamadia is included in this column noting real estate finance and securitization news.

  • Preservation Strategies: Housing at risk
    Affordable Housing Finance | June 1, 2012

    Washington, DC, partner and leader of the firm’s Affordable Housing practice Steve Wallace provides commentary about three key changes that could have an impact on the preservation of existing affordable housing.

  • HTCs, NMTCs Revive Historic African-American Theater
    Journal of Tax Credits | June 1, 2012
    The rehabilitation of the Howard Theatre, the nation’s oldest African American theater, is featured. It is noted that the major two-year renovation project made possible by a $29 million public and private financing deal. Washington, DC, Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Scott Sergio, who represented U.S. Bancorp Community Development Corporation (USBCDC), the theater’s tax credit investor, is quoted. Click here to read the original article.
  • Bay Area People
    San Francisco Business Times | May 21, 2012

    This coverage notes that San Francisco Real Estate partner Allan Low has been appointed to the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department Commission.

  • Rep. James Vallee Joins Nixon Peabody Law Firm
    Boston Globe | May 1, 2012

    This coverage highlights the arrival of Massachusetts State Representative Jim Vallee who has joined the firm’s Real Estate and Government Relations practices as counsel in the Boston office.

  • Personality Profiles
    New York Real Estate Journal | April 24, 2012

    Rochester Real Estate partner Tom Greiner is among the individuals highlighted within the “Personality Profiles” special section of this publication.

  • Court: Landlords Ask Too Much With Amenity Fees
    Banker & Tradesman | April 8, 2012

    This article discusses a decision by the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts determining that Massachusetts landlords are prohibited from requiring any residential tenant or prospective tenant to pay so called “amenity use fees” at or prior to the commencement of the tenancy. Boston Real Estate partner Matthew Lynch discusses how the decision might affect Massachusetts residential landlords.

  • Planning a Fossil Teardown
    Public Utilities Fortnightly | April 1, 2012

    This contributed article, authored by Rochester Real Estate partner Bruce Baker, Rochester Energy & Environmental partner Jean McCreary, and Rochester senior environmental health engineer Libby Ford, discusses new Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations that are driving companies to decommission older power plants and the issues faced during this process.

  • Local Business Leaders React to Proposed MBTA Service Cuts
    WBUR | March 5, 2012

    Boston Real Estate partner Larry DiCara also provides commentary in the piece discussing the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s (MBTA) proposed fare hikes and service cuts and their potential impacts.

  • Q&A with Deborah VanAmerongen: Direct Purchase Bonds
    Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits | March 1, 2012
    Affordable Housing Strategic Policy Advisor Deborah VanAmerongen is featured in this Q&A addressing changes to the industry following New York and New Jersey granting permission to issue direct purchase bonds to finance affordable housing projects.
  • Who’s News
    Real Estate Weekly | February 29, 2012

    This news brief highlights New York City Real Estate attorney Bill Lang’s election to the firm’s partnership.

  • Movers & Shakers
    Long Island Business News | November 22, 2011

    This coverage notes that Real Estate partner and Long Island Office Managing Partner Denise Pursley has been named to the Community Development Corp. Council of Advisors.

  • Q&A with Nixon Peabody’s Justine Wilcox
    Law 360 | November 3, 2011

    This Q&A profiles Washington, DC, partner and leader of the firm’s Real Estate practice, Tina Wilcox.

  • Who’s Who in Professional Services
    Long Island Business News | October 28, 2011

    Long Island office managing partner and Real Estate partner Denise Pursley is among those highlighted in this special section highlighting “who’s who in professional services.”

  • City Bar Justice Center Presents Pro Bono Awards
    New York Law Journal | October 26, 2011

    This coverage highlights the City Bar Justice Center Third Annual Jeremy G. Epstein Awards for pro bono service which honored attorneys across the State including New York City’s Bill Lang for his involvement with the Cancer Advocacy Project. 

Ideas

The second shoe drops: HUD (mostly) adopts DOJ accessibility standard
Affordable Housing Law Alert | May 29, 2014

The president calls for more REIT investment in renewable energy and the IRS responds
REIT Client Alert | May 19, 2014

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Webinar Recording: Envisioning a Privatized Mixed-Use College Campus Project
Originally recorded February 27, 2014 | March 3, 2014

HUD issues updated guidance for RAD conversions
Affordable Housing Alert | February 18, 2014

The Atlas Performing Arts Center: A Model for Community Redevelopment
October 16, 2013

Sources of Renewable Industry Finance—What’s Being Considered?
September 1, 2013

Webinar Recording: IPIA—Getting It Right and the Impact on Rural Housing Owners and Management Agents
Originally recorded August 20, 2013 | August 27, 2013

Webinar Recording: The START-Up NY Program: Developing College Campuses as Engines of Economic Expansion
Originally recorded July 25, 2013 | August 1, 2013

Webinar Recording: HUD's RAD program: What do you need to know?
Originally recorded July 29, 2013 | July 31, 2013

Webinar Recording: Affordable Housing Nonprofit Governance 201
Originally recorded July 18, 2013 | July 25, 2013

HUD updates IRP decoupling procedures; Congress proposes changes to RAD
Affordable Housing Alert | July 8, 2013

The START-UP NY Program — Developing College Campuses as Engines of Economic Expansion
New York Law Alert | June 28, 2013

Gov. Andrew Cuomo unveils major economic development initiative offering tax benefits to businesses operating on or near select college and university campuses
New York Law Alert | May 30, 2013

Webinar Recording: Greening Affordable Housing
Originally recorded May 21, 2013 | May 24, 2013

Webinar Recording: The Case for Privatization of Student Housing, Part Four: Sustainable Design and Green Building Issues in the Campus Context
Originally recorded May 14, 2013 | May 20, 2013

Webinar Recording: Affordable Housing Nonprofit Governance 101
Originally recorded May 7, 2013 | May 10, 2013

Anticipating Tax Issues in Renewable Energy Investment Tax Credit Transactions (Part 2)
May 1, 2013

CFPB proposes amendments to the ability-to-repay and qualified mortgage rules
Regulated Financial Institutions Alert | March 15, 2013

Webinar Recording: The Case for Privatization of Student Housing, Part Three: Negotiating the Management Agreement—Student Residential Life Issues
Originally recorded February 27, 2013 | March 6, 2013

Thought Leadership on Affordable Housing and Community Development
March 1, 2013

Qualified mortgages vs. qualified residential mortgages
Regulated Financial Institutions Alert | February 26, 2013

CFPB issues ability-to-repay and qualified mortgage rules
Global Finance Alert | February 4, 2013

Establishing a Renewables Tax Credit Fund
December 1, 2012

Webinar Recording: The Case for Privatization of Student Housing, Part One: Market Overview and Structuring Options
Originally recorded October 16, 2012 | October 22, 2012

Master Limited Partnerships—How's the Fit with Renewable Tax Credits?
Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits | September 1, 2012

Grandfathering Projects for Section 1603 Grants – Facing the New Hurdles by September 30, 2012
Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits | August 1, 2012

HUD publishes final guidance on its Rental Assistance Demonstration
Affordable Housing Alert | July 26, 2012

Term Sheets and Closings—10 Things to Remember
Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits | July 1, 2012

Filing Treasury's Required Annual Report
Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits | June 1, 2012

Valuing Renewable Assets—How Much Is Eligible for a Grant or Credit?
Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits | May 1, 2012

Two Items of Interest to Those with (or Seeking) 1603 Grants
Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits | April 1, 2012

U.S. District Court rules that so-called "amenity use fees" paid by residential tenants are prohibited under Massachusetts law
Real Estate Law Alert | March 20, 2012

Q&A with Deborah VanAmerongen: Direct Purchase Bonds
One on One: Industry Insight | March 14, 2012

HUD announces its Rental Assistance Demonstration and moves forward with a new model for preservation and rehabilitation of certain federally assisted affordable units
Affordable Housing Alert | March 9, 2012

Bagging the bag: managing compliance with laws that limit the use of carryout bags
Legally Green Alert | March 2, 2012

Structuring Renewable Projects Involving Government and Tax-Exempt Entities
Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits | March 1, 2012

How much is the olive in that dirty martini?
Franchise Law Alert | February 29, 2012

Thought Leadership on Affordable Housing and Community Development
February 23, 2012

Don't Worry About Capital—I've Got a Rich Friend Who'd Like to Invest in My Energy Project
Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits | February 1, 2012

Establishing that You're Grandfathered—What Do You Have to Do?
Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits | January 1, 2012

Combining New Markets Tax Credits with the ITC or Section 1603 Grant Programs
Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits | October 13, 2011

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Press

Nixon Peabody expands leading Syndication practice with arrival of tax counsel Elizabeth Young
September 8, 2014

Nixon Peabody advises Gannett in television station deal
June 19, 2014

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Nixon Peabody advises on Harlem housing development
January 28, 2014

Nixon Peabody advises client on downtown Los Angeles real estate purchase
December 30, 2013

Nixon Peabody advises California Statewide Communities Development Corporation in $10M New Market Tax Credits financing for downtown Oakland revitalization project
November 7, 2013

New Leadership for Innovative Tax Credit Finance & Syndication Practice
July 23, 2013

Boston Business Journal Recognizes Nixon Peabody Clients as Real Estate Deals of the Year
May 23, 2013

Nixon Peabody Attorneys Honored by Preservation Massachusetts
May 2, 2013

Nixon Peabody Clients Receive $1.3 Billion in Latest New Markets Tax Credits Awards 10th Round of Program Brings
April 26, 2013

Chambers Recognizes Leading Nixon Peabody Attorneys and Practices
March 14, 2013

Former U.S. Senator Scott Brown Joins Nixon Peabody LLP
March 11, 2013

Nixon Peabody Advises Constellation Brands in Revised Agreement with Anheuser-Busch InBev for Complete Divestiture of U.S. Business of Grupo Modelo
February 14, 2013

New Leadership for Nixon Peabody's Nationally Recognized Real Estate Practice
December 12, 2012

Nixon Peabody Attorneys Among Those Honored with 2012 Cornerstone Awards for Pro Bono Service
November 13, 2012

U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers Names Nixon Peabody a “Best Law Firm” and “Law Firm of the Year”
November 1, 2012

Nixon Peabody Advises on $93M Sale of Prime Massachusetts Office Park Space
August 3, 2012

Nixon Peabody Attorney to Helm National Housing Conference
June 27, 2012

Nixon Peabody Welcomes Experienced Real Estate Attorney from Citigroup
June 12, 2012

Massachusetts State Representative James Vallee Joins Nixon Peabody
April 30, 2012

Affordable Housing and Historical Restoration Project Rejuvenates Massachusetts Community
April 23, 2012

Washington, DC's Historic Howard Theatre Completes $29M Renovation
April 16, 2012

Nixon Peabody Advises U.S. Bancorp in Solar Power Military Housing Project
March 20, 2012

Nixon Peabody Clients Receive More Than $1.4 Billion in Latest New Markets Tax Credits Awards
March 1, 2012

Nixon Peabody Advises in Award Winning Affordable Housing and Mixed-use Development
January 18, 2012

Coalition for the Homeless Presents Nixon Peabody's Deborah VanAmerongen with "Key of Excellence Award"
December 9, 2011

Nixon Peabody Partner Honored for Commitment to Affordable Housing Industry
December 8, 2011

Nixon Peabody Recognized As a "Best Law Firm"
November 1, 2011

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Events

IPED Conference: Tax Credit Property Dispositions plus an Affordable Housing Update
November 5, 2014

Housing Issues in Focus: Troubleshooting Fair Housing Issues in NYC and Beyond
October 7, 2014 | New York, NY

Housing Issues in Focus: Negotiating Equity Documents—What You Need to Know
July 24, 2014 | New York, NY

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IPED Conference: Historic Tax Credits: The New Frontier
June 5, 2014 | Chicago, IL

Housing Issues in Focus: What you need to know about design and construction contracts
May 27, 2014 | New York, NY

IPED Conference: Affordable Housing Preservation: A Look Ahead
May 6, 2014 | Chicago, IL

IPED Conference: Learn the Basics: Housing Tax Credits 101
April 9, 2014

IPED Conference: What's New + What's Next in Tax Credits and Community Finance
March 20, 2014

Webinar: Envisioning a Privatized Mixed-Use College Campus Project
February 27, 2014

New from the IRS: Guidance on Historic Tax Credit Transactions
January 14, 2014 | Washington, DC

Nixon Peabody's 9th Annual All-Day California MCLE Seminar
January 14, 2014 | San Francisco, CA

Affordable Housing Summit at Greenbuild
November 19, 2013

IPED Conference: OUTLOOK 2014: What's Next for the Historic Tax Credit
October 17, 2013

Webinar: Utilizing 4% Credits in RAD Transactions
September 26, 2013

Second Annual DC Affordable Housing & Community Development Summit
September 17, 2013

Webinar: HUD's RAD program: What do you need to know?
July 29, 2013

Webinar: The START-Up NY Program: Developing College Campuses as Engines of Economic Expansion
July 25, 2013

Webinar: Affordable Housing Nonprofit Governance 201
July 18, 2013

IPED Conference: Tax Credit Property Dispositions plus an Affordable Housing Update
July 10, 2013

How is sequestration affecting Section 8 funding?
July 2, 2013 | New York, NY

Webinar: Greening Affordable Housing
May 21, 2013

Webinar: The Case for Privatization of Student Housing, Part Four: Sustainable Design and Green Building Issues in the Campus Context
May 14, 2013

Webinar: Affordable Housing Nonprofit Governance 101
May 7, 2013

Tax Assessment Reduction Tips: Is my commercial/industrial property over-assessed?
May 2, 2013 | Rochester, NY

IPED Conference: Learn the Basics: Housing Tax Credits 101
April 18, 2013

IPED Conference: Emerging Trends in Financing Tax Credit Projects
March 13, 2013

Webinar: The Case for Privatization of Student Housing, Part Three: Negotiating the Management Agreement—Student Residential Life Issues
February 27, 2013

Webinar: The Case for Privatization of Student Housing Part Two: Ownership, Development and Financing of Privatized Student Housing—Three Case Studies
December 11, 2012

Nixon Peabody's New York CLE Program
December 5, 2012 | New York, NY

IPED Conference: National Affordable Green Homes and Sustainable Communities Summit @ Greenbuild
November 13, 2012

Webinar: The Case for Privatization of Student Housing, Part One: Market Overview and Structuring Options
October 16, 2012

IPED Conference: The Future of Historic Tax Credits
October 11, 2012

Bisnow Affordable Housing and Community Development Networking Breakfast
September 27, 2012 | Washington, DC

New York Affordable Housing and Community Development Update and Networking Reception
September 12, 2012 | New York, NY

IPED Conference: Tax Credit Property Dispositions in 2012
June 14, 2012 | Chicago, IL

IPED Conference: Learn the Basics: Housing Tax Credits 101, plus Historic Tax Credits
April 18, 2012

IPED Conference: The New Frontier in Financing Tax Credit Projects
March 21, 2012

Practical Considerations for Tenants in Leasing Real Property
March 13, 2012 | Rochester, NY

11th Annual Developers' Roundtable
February 16, 2012

American Securitization Forum 2012
January 22, 2012

NIC MAP Midwest Seniors Housing Market Briefing & Networking Breakfast
November 10, 2011

IPED Conference: Tax Credit Property Dispositions in 2011
November 9, 2011

Webinar: Green Building: Profits and Pitfalls
October 18, 2011

Affordable Housing Update & Networking Reception
October 5, 2011 | Boston, MA

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