The largest generation in history is entering retirement age, creating a significant need for new models of housing and care. We are dedicated to helping our clients capitalize on the opportunities presented by an aging population—and manage their transactional and operational risks in the process.
When you hire Nixon Peabody for a seniors housing and care matter, you are hiring lawyers who truly understand your business and have deep experience to help you identify and mitigate its many risks. We serve on boards, we teach in the field and we actively participate in local and national seniors housing and care trade groups. Our team’s dedication to the sector results in practical, yet creative solutions for our clients that add value in every engagement, however simple or complex.
From representing investors in billion dollar, multi-national portfolio transactions to handling day-to-day general legal and risk management matters for a nonprofit CCRC, we serve a diverse group of national and international clients. We also act as “legal watch dogs,” providing client alerts to calls for regulatory oversight and disclosure to keep our clients ahead of the game and prepared for change.
Whether it concerns the integration of seniors housing into managed care networks, structuring affordable seniors housing projects or the mainstreaming of sustainable seniors housing, we are always on the cutting edge of tomorrow’s hot topics.
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly | August 22, 2019
Boston Affordable Housing and Real Estate partner Jeff Sacks wrote this contributed article analyzing a ruling by the Appellate Tax Board on the proper method of determining real estate taxes for senior living facilities that use an entry fee model. Boston law clerk Thomas Jackson contributed to the article.
Bisnow | March 28, 2019
Washington, DC managing partner Colette Dafoe is highlighted in this article for her role as moderator of Bisnow’s Greater DC State of Senior Housing event.
Long Island Business News | March 18, 2019
New York Affordable Housing partner and Chief Innovation Officer Aaron Yowell is quoted in this article, discussing the groundbreaking of Concern for Independent Living’s $25 million, 77-unit affordable housing development in Port Jefferson Station.
Affordable Housing Finance | December 17, 2017
Nixon Peabody is mentioned in this article for working with Silver Street Development Corp. to leverage the federal Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program to increase the number of affordable housing units in a New Jersey senior housing community.
Multi-Housing News | November 21, 2016
Nixon Peabody is mentioned as legal counsel representing the developers of Hearth at Four Corners, a 54-unit affordable senior community in Dorchester, MA. Boston affordable housing partner Jeff Sacks is lead counsel on this project.
Affordable Housing Alert | 04.07.19
Affordable Housing Blog | 07.04.17
Arbitration Alert | 05.15.17