Emily McKinney is a partner in Nixon Peabody’s Community Development Finance group where she works primarily with the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit team, focusing on community development and revitalization matters.
I represent large institutional investors in the acquisition, financing, and syndication of real estate transactions that utilize federal low-income housing tax credits.
I help transactions run efficiently by conducting necessary due diligence, identifying key issues early in the process, and using our collective intelligence to find cost-effective solutions for our clients.
Drafting and negotiating the core documents for a transaction is a fundamental part of my practice. I work closely with my clients to ensure that the terms of the deal are structured to enable them to mitigate risk while achieving their business goals.
Affordable housing will continue to be a priority for state and local governments, and new questions of interpretation will continue to arise with tax reform and COVID relief packages and IRS and state agency notices. I look forward to assisting our clients in navigating the changing landscape, avoiding pitfalls, and structuring sound deals.
This article featuring partner-level promotions in the first quarter of 2023 mentions Chicago Project Finance & Public Finance partner Julie Seymour’s appointment to NP’s Management Committee. The article also highlights members of the 2023 new partner class: Boston Intellectual Property partner Ravi Braich; Long Island Healthcare partner Jason Chimon; Washington, DC Community Development Finance partner Emily McKinney; New York City Complex Disputes partner Alper Tosun; and Affordable Housing & Real Estate partners Julia Casteleiro, Ari Glatt, and Kathie Soroka of New York and Ian O’Banion from San Francisco.
This article highlighting recent personnel moves from around the affordable housing sector includes the promotions of Affordable Housing & Real Estate partners Julia Casteleiro and Kathie Soroka of New York City and Ian O’Banion of San Francisco, and Community Development Finance partner Emily McKinney of Washington, DC.
This column highlighting recent Washington, DC-area business appointments and promotions mentions Emily McKinney’s elevation to partner in the Community Development Finance practice.
This article spotlights the 2023 new partner class, which includes Long Island Healthcare partner Jason Chimon; Boston Intellectual Property partner Ravi Braich; New York City Complex Disputes partner Alper Tosun; Affordable Housing & Real Estate partners Julia Casteleiro, Ari Glatt, and Kathie Soroka of New York and Ian O’Banion from San Francisco; and Washington, DC Community Development Finance partner Emily McKinney. The article also quotes CEO and Managing Partner Steve Zubiago.
District of Columbia
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio
Ohio State University, Michael E. Moritz College of Law, J.D.
Ohio State University, B.A., cum laude
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