Tatiana Gutierrez focuses her practice in affordable housing law, representing developers, syndicators, asset managers, and housing authorities on affordable housing transactions and regulatory issues.
A lot of my work involves HUD programs. I team with clients to strategically assess HUD regulatory issues in order to best structure your transaction and find opportunities to maximize your organization’s mission. I pave the HUD regulatory road for you so that it is as smooth and predictable as possible, taking into account the most recent developments in processing and interpretation at the applicable offices within HUD.
Currently, I’m very busy with hurricane recovery in the Caribbean, Section 8 project-based HAP contract assignments and rent increases, Flexible Subsidy restructurings, repositioning of 202 projects, post Mark to Market debt restructuring, and debt relief with the Office of Recapitalization.
I also have a busy transactional practice assisting developers closing transactions to finance the acquisition/rehabilitation of affordable housing through tax-exempt bonds, low-income housing tax credits and/or various public and private sources. The regulatory and transactional practices cross-pollinate so I can uniquely and more effectively advise clients on either side.
I am passionate about community development and the effect of housing on people’s lives. I started my career in affordable housing at the Harrison Institute for Public law and have been active pro bono counsel for tenant associations and limited equity cooperatives and other nonprofits. I have been an adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center teaching a course on affordable housing. I have served on various firm committees supporting pro bono, diversity, and women. I currently serve on the Board of Directors of Citizens Community for New York City and Women in Housing Finance and on the Young New Yorkers for the Philharmonic Benefits Committee.
I see opportunities for innovation as governments implement emerging technologies and with the increasing focus on ESG in quantifying social impact and the emerging intersection between tech and real estate as cities regenerate themselves in the 21st century.
New York Nonprofit Media | July 10, 2019
This article highlights New York City Affordable Housing & Real Estate partner Tatiana Gutierrez’s appointment to the Board of Citizens Committee for New York City.
Crain’s New York | January 01, 2019
New York City Affordable Housing & Real Estate partners Erica Buckley and Tatiana Gutierrez are featured on this annual list honoring the top women in law in New York.
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Georgetown University Law Center, J.D.
Georgetown University, B.S.F.S., cum laude
District of Columbia
Tatiana Gutierrez was recognized in the 2014 edition of The Legal 500: USA as a Leading Lawyer in the Real Estate category.
Tatiana has also been recognized by Crain’s New York’s 2nd Annual “Notable Women in Law” list.
Tatiana Gutierrez is a member of the District of Columbia and American bar associations (Real Estate Section and Affordable Housing and Community Development Forum).
Tatiana serves on the Board of Directors of Citizens Community for New York City, Women in Housing Finance, and the Young New Yorkers for the Philharmonic Benefits Committee.