Office Managing Partner of the firm’s New York City office, Joseph Lynch represents for-profit and nonprofit developers and owners in complex real estate transactions.
My practice focuses on representing clients in real estate transactions involving federal, state or local assistance and/or financing. On a state and federal level, this includes tax exempt bonds; low-income housing tax credits; FHA, SONYMA, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac financing; and federal rental subsidy programs. On a local level, I also focus on legislative and agency approvals, including real property tax exemptions.
As Office Managing Partner, I am focused on leading the New York City office in this period of growth and strengthening. Nixon Peabody has committed to an expansion of the corporate and private equity practice in New York City and I look forward to using the collective intelligence of our office to achieve this and other goals.
Federal funding is becoming harder to access, sending a ripple effect down to the state and local level. My role is to guide our clients through these increasingly complicated issues.
New York Post | January 18, 2018
This article on the most attractive office spaces in New York City highlights Nixon Peabody’s Midtown Manhattan office and includes a quote by New York City managing partner Joe Lynch.
Law360 | April 18, 2017
New York City affordable housing partner Joseph Lynch is mentioned in this article as representing nonprofit HP Michelangelo Housing Co. Inc. in its acquisition of an apartment complex in the Bronx for $78.1M.
WNYC-FM | March 28, 2017
New York City affordable housing partner Joseph Lynch is mentioned in this radio broadcast segment discussing how the Trump Administration’s tax reform may affect affordable housing projects.
Crain’s New York Business | January 18, 2017
New York City office managing partner and affordable housing partner Joe Lynch is quoted in this article about how the Trump administration’s proposed corporate tax cuts are already affecting affordable housing developers in New York City who use tax credits to finance their projects.
City & State | May 01, 2016
New York City office managing partner and affordable housing attorney Joe Lynch is featured in this article discussing the 421-a program, which incentivizes developers for building a multi-unit residential projects.
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Brooklyn Law School, J.D.
Fordham University, B.A.
Joe is a member of the New York Bar Association and the New York City Bar Association and is a board member of the Citizens Housing Planning Council. He has served on the Mitchell Lama Task Force of the Committee on Low Income and Affordable Housing of the Real Property Section of the New York State Bar Association and the Housing and Urban Development Committee of the New York City Bar.