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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

Media Clips

  • De Blasio housing plan shapes up as historic-scale 'trade-off'
    Politico | July 27, 2016
    Nixon Peabody is mentioned in this article looking at the impact of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s ambitious affordable housing plan.
  • High LIHTC Pricing, Low Yields Lead to Investor Pushback
    Journal of Tax Credits | July 7, 2016
    Washington, DC, Affordable Housing partner Richard Price is quoted in this feature article that discusses results of a survey of investors and syndicators on the state of low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) housing.
  • City Securities' lesser-known sibling sells
    Indianapolis Business Journal | July 2, 2016
    Washington, DC, Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Rick Goldstein is quoted in this article discussing the sale of client, CREA, and how industry supply and demand is driving interest.
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  • Texas Housing Bias Row May Affect Developer Building Plans
    Law360 | June 15, 2016
    Washington, DC, affordable housing partner Harry Kelly is quoted in this feature story that looks at Texas’s housing agency to derail a suit accusing it of discrimination in allocating tax credits for affordable housing developments. The coverage notes that this is a test of the U.S. Supreme Court’s recognition of unintentional discrimination claims under the Fair Housing Act.
  • Why More Regional Banks Want to Syndicate Tax Credits
    American Banker | June 9, 2016
    Boston tax credit finance and syndication partner Tom Giblin provides commentary in this article discussing increasing interest among regional banks in expanding into syndication of low-income housing credits.
  • Developers add affordable units, retail to supportive-housing projects to make them more desirable
    Crain's New York Business | June 7, 2016
    New York City affordable housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen is quoted in this article regarding recent zoning changes designed to make mixed-use developments more feasible in the state.
  • Officials, Experts Weigh in on Stalled State Housing Measures
    City & State | May 1, 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.
  • Viewpoint: New housing resources generated through bonds
    Boston Business Journal | April 29, 2016
    Boston affordable housing partner Jeff Sacks authored this op-ed about the lack of affordable rental housing in Massachusetts.
  • Spend Your Vacation in an Old Model T Factory
    Bloomberg Pursuits | April 22, 2016
    Washington, DC, Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner David Schon is included in this story about how former industrial sites such as a tractor depot, a Pabst bottling works, and a former Ford automobile plant are turning into luxury hotels.
  • 2nd Shoe Drops: HUD Warns Crime Screening May Violate FHA
    Law360 | April 22, 2016
    Washington, DC, affordable housing partner Harry Kelly authored this column discussing disparate impact liability under the Fair Housing Act, explaining how the HUD Office of General Counsel (OGC) guidance applies those principals and raising some questions about the soundness of OGC’s position on criminal background screening.
  • Gold Coast Development Scaled Way Down After Major Legal Battle with City
    DNAinfo: Chicago | March 28, 2016
    Chicago partner Chuck Bernardini is quoted in this feature article discussing the issue of zoning and development in Chicago.
  • Affordable Housing Deals Are Getting More Plentiful, But More Complex
    Bisnow (DC) | March 28, 2016
    This feature story recaps the Affordable Housing Forum which focused on creating and improving affordable housing communities. Washington, DC, office managing partner Jeff Lesk, Affordable Housing partner Monica Sussman and Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner David Schon are featured.
  • Two Nixon Peabody Affordable Housing Attorneys Join Partnership
    HousingOnline Weekly | February 3, 2016
    This article from the National Housing and Rehabilitation Association highlights Affordable Housing partners Meghan Altidor and Aaron Yowell for their election to the partnership.
  • Renewable Energy Industries Receive Extensions to Tax Credit Equity Deadlines
    Journal of Tax Credits | February 1, 2016
    Boston Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Forrest Milder contributed this article regarding the new Consolidated Appropriations Act and Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act and their effects on renewable energies industry.
  • First RAD Component 2 Deals Using PBRA Contracts Close
    Affordable Housing Finance | January 19, 2016
    Affordable Housing practice group leader Stephen Wallace and Affordable Housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen are featured throughout this article highlighting Nixon Peabody’s successful closing of the first four Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) Component 2 preservation projects using 20-year Sec. 8 Project-Based Rental Assistance (PBRA) contracts in the nation.
  • The Current: New Audit Rules Could Have Broad Impact
    Journal of Tax Credits | January 1, 2016
    Boston Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Forrest Milder explains the potential ways the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 could impact the rules that apply to federal income tax audits of partnerships.
  • Congress Looks to Make Rents More Affordable
    Washington Post | December 21, 2015
    This article discusses the recent tax bill cleared by Congress, which makes the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit more generous and easier to finance the construction of affordable rental housing. Washington, DC, Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Rick Goldstein, one of the leading advocates, is quoted in the piece. The article notes that Nixon Peabody “has one of the nation’s leading legal practices that specializes in tax credits and real estate development.”
  • Can Multifamily Developers Fix the Affordable Housing Crisis?
    Real Estate Bisnow | December 4, 2015
    This feature story discusses Washington, DC’s efforts to improve the state of the city’s affordable housing. The topic was the main focus at Bisnow’s Multifamily Annual Conference. Washington, DC, office managing partner Jeff Lesk and Affordable Housing practice group leader Steve Wallace are featured within the story.
  • New HUD Fair Housing Proposal: Broad Expansion of Harassment Claims, Scope of Liability?
    Law360 | November 23, 2015
    Washington, DC, Affordable Housing partner Harry Kelly authored this column discussing a proposed Department of Housing and Urban Development rule clarifying two types of harassment claims under the Fair Housing Act and its potential impact.
  • Tax credit programs help provide incentive for preserving historic downtown buildings
    Crain's Detroit Business | November 14, 2015
    Partner and co-leader of the firm’s Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit team David Schon provides commentary throughout this feature article on how tax credit programs are driving the preservation of historic buildings.
  • New York City's pension investment wish list held back by political, fiduciary hang-ups
    DebtWire | October 30, 2015
    New York City Affordable Housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen provides commentary in this piece discussing New York City’s pension investment in affordable housing.
  • Tax Credits Bring Updated Housing to Boston Veterans
    Journal of Tax Credits | October 1, 2015
    This feature story highlights the New England Center for Homeless Veterans’ (NECHV) efforts to rehabilitate an existing apartment community serving formerly homeless and at-risk veterans in Boston. Affordable Housing partner Jeff Sacks is quoted in the piece and noted as development counsel and key player in structuring the financing.
  • Fair housing case may push 'disparate impact' limits
    Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly | September 21, 2015
    Boston Affordable Housing partner Jeff Sacks provides commentary in this article discussing the decision by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court to hear an appeal that could be a national test case probing the limits of a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision validating fair-housing claims on a “disparate impact” basis.
  • HUD's New Rule on Disclosure Requirements is a Good Start
    Law360 | August 24, 2015
    Washington, DC, Affordable Housing partner Tatiana Gutierrez authored this column discussing the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s long-awaited proposed rule revising the process which governs disclosure requirements for HUD participants.
  • Does it Pay to Follow Guidance that Doesn't Apply?
    Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits | August 1, 2015
    Boston Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Forrest Milder authored this column discussing Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 48, which provides an investment tax credit (ITC) for many kinds of energy property.
  • HUD's New Regulation Affirmatively Furthers Fair Housing
    Law360 | July 17, 2015
    Washington, DC, Affordable Housing partner Harry Kelly authored this column discussing long-awaited, final regulation implementing the Fair Housing Act’s “affirmatively furthering fair housing” (AFFH) provisions.
  • Experts discuss how green buildings are changing DC
    Elevation DC | July 7, 2015
    This feature story discusses how Washington, DC, has become a leader in the green building movement. Washington, DC, office managing partner Jeff Lesk and partner and chief innovation officer Herb Stevens are quoted and pictured in the piece.
  • 5 Takeaways from Albany's Last-Minute Property Deal
    Law360 | June 26, 2015
    New York City Affordable Housing partner John Kelly and New York City Affordable Housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen are quoted in this article on New York lawmakers’ last minute legislative package concerning affordable housing rules and the 421-a residential tax incentive and its impact.
  • Supreme Court Affirms Disparate Impact in Fair Housing
    Affordable Housing Finance | June 25, 2015
    As the Supreme Court winds down its current term, Washington, DC, Affordable Housing partner Harry Kelly discusses the much-awaited decision comes in the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA) v. Inclusive Communities Project (ICP) case involving low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs).
  • Justices Set Tougher Standard For FHA Bias Claims
    Law360 | June 25, 2015
    Washington, DC, Affordable Housing partner Harry Kelly provides commentary on the Supreme Court’s Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA) v. Inclusive Communities Project (ICP) case decision involving low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs).
  • Lawyer's long history with Center for Homeless Veterans hits new high
    Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly | June 21, 2015
    Nixon Peabody’s efforts in a recapitalization project for the New England Center for Homeless Veterans are featured in this article. Boston Affordable Housing partner Jeff Sacks led this complex real estate transaction, which includes Historic Tax Credits as well as affordable housing components.
  • Private Developers Must Step up to Preserve Affordable Housing
    Real Estate Bisnow (DC) | June 18, 2015
    Washington, DC, office managing partner and Tax Credit Finance & Syndication attorney Jeff Lesk moderated a panel on Washington's affordable housing program. Washington, DC, Affordable Housing partner Michael Reardon was a panelist.
  • Nixon Peabody's Tenney Advises on Private Investment in Texas Affordable Housing
    Inside Counsel | May 12, 2015
    New York City Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Katie Tenney is highlighted in this column on women partners achieving major legal accomplishments. Katie is investor counsel for a conversion of public housing to privately owned affordable housing under the U.S. Department of Housing Urban Development Rental Assistance Demonstration program.
  • De Blasio's 421-A Plan Could Drive Another Deal Rush
    Law360 | May 8, 2015
    New York City Affordable Housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen is quoted in this article on New York City’s long-awaited proposal to extend the 421-a residential development benefit.
  • 3 Political Fights That Threaten Key Tools for Property Deals
    Law360 | April 27, 2015
    New York City Affordable Housing strategic policy advisor Deborah VanAmerongen is quoted in this article discussing key political battles developers are closely watching.
  • El Paso Closes Largest RAD Deal
    Affordable Housing Finance | April 15, 2015
    This coverage notes Nixon Peabody as counsel to Hunt Capital Partners, a developer involved in the largest Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) project in the nation. New York City Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Katie Tenney led the legal team. Click here for the firm’s press release on the deal.
  • Let the Sun Shine In 
    Chicago Daily Law Bulletin | March 25, 2015
    Chicago Madison Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partners Jeff Rambach and Andrew Tripp authored this column discussing the use of federal tax credits to finance solar energy facilities.
  • China: The Wild, Wild East
    Seniors Housing Business | March 1, 2015
    Boston Real Estate partner and leader of the firm’s Seniors Housing team Allen Lynch authored this column discussing China as the new frontier for the U.S. seniors housing and care industry.
  • The Current: Systems Using Solar–What Qualifies for the Credit?
    Journal of Tax Credits | January 7, 2015
    Boston Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Forrest Milder authored this article discussing  ambiguity in the definition of Section 48 of the Internal Revenue Code.



  • What Makes a Great Neighborhood?
    Elevation DC | December 8, 2014
    This article discusses how Washington, DC, has in the past and is still working to build strong communities. The content of the article comes from the “Creating Great Neighborhoods” panel discussion hosted by Elevation DC and our DC office. Washington, DC, office managing partner Jeff Lesk is quoted and pictured.
  • City to Shoulder More Public Benefit Costs
    The Real Deal | November 13, 2014
    New York City office managing partner and Affordable Housing attorney Joe Lynch is named as the moderator of a panel during the Massey Knakal Realty Services Multifamily Summit. Panelists included Vicki Been, Commissioner of the city’s Department of Housing Preservation & Development, BFC Partners’ Donald Capoccia, Dunn Development’s Martin Dunn and L&M Development’s CEO Ron Moelis.
  • People on the Move: Attorney Joins Moelis Institute Board
    Affordable Housing Finance | November 10, 2014
    This column notes that New York City affordable housing associate Aaron Yowell has joined the advisory board of the Moelis Institute for Affordable Housing Policy, which aims to improve the effectiveness of affordable housing policies and programs.
  • Looser Rules Pave Way for NYC Affordable Housing Projects
    Law360 | October 2, 2014
    New York City Affordable Housing partners Joe Lynch and John Kelly are quoted in this feature article on the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development’s plans to streamline affordable housing project development.
  • Shining Lights: Five Illustrious Industry Leaders Are the 2014 Inductees to the Affordable Housing Hall of Fame
    Affordable Housing Finance | October 1, 2014
    Washington, DC, Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Rick Goldstein is prominently featured among this year’s Affordable Housing Hall of Fame honorees.
  • 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.
  • 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.

Ideas

Webinar Recording: What Borrowers Need to Know about FHA's Revised MAP Guide
Originally recorded June 15, 2016 | June 16, 2016

City of Boston updates its inclusionary development policy
Real Estate Alert | December 15, 2015

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New York: broker's license may be required for property managers
Real Estate Alert | December 2, 2015

What You Need to Know About HUD's New Section 8 Renewal Guide
Originally recorded on September 10, 2015 | September 18, 2015

What's Trending in Affordable Housing
September 15, 2015

Webinar Recording: The New RAD Notice—What You Need to Know About Changes to Component 2
Originally recorded August 6, 2015 | August 10, 2015

U.S. persons are obligated to report their interests in foreign businesses and real estate: deadline for new filers extended to June 30, 2015
Private Equity and M&A Alert | June 16, 2015

Webinar Recording: Working with nonprofit housing corporations in affordable housing transactions
May 11, 2015

What's Trending in Affordable Housing
February 23, 2015

2015 Business and Legal Trends to Watch
December 19, 2014

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

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

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Press

Nixon Peabody provides counsel to Affordable Housing Tax Credit Coalition to expand low-income housing tax credit
June 17, 2016

Nixon Peabody advises Massachusetts developer on $58M transaction
March 11, 2016

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Events

IPED Conference: Tax Credit Property Dispositions
September 15, 2016

Webinar: What You Need to Know about Crime Screening and the Fair Housing Act
September 14, 2016

IPED Forum: Guidance on 50(d) Income
August 10, 2016 | Washington, DC

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IPED Conference: Transforming Communities with Affordable Housing: Buffalo and New York
July 28, 2016

Developing Inclusionary Housing without 421a: Alternative Tax-Exemption Tools
July 19, 2016 | New York, NY

IPED Conference: Transforming Communities with Affordable Housing: Ohio and beyond
June 30, 2016

Webinar: What Borrowers Need to Know about FHA's Revised MAP Guide
June 15, 2016

IPED Conference: Historic Tax Credit Summit
June 9, 2016 | Washington, DC

New York Affordable Housing and Community Development Update
April 6, 2016 | Rochester, NY

IPED Conference: Learn the Basics: Housing Tax Credits 101
March 17, 2016 | Boston, MA

Beyond Tax Credits: Alternative Financing for Affordable Housing
March 2, 2016 | New York, NY

Labor and employment issues in affordable housing: What do you need to know?
November 4, 2015 | New York, NY

IPED Conference: Tax Credit Property Dispositions
October 15, 2015

Webinar: What You Need to Know About HUD's New Section 8 Renewal Guide
September 10, 2015

Webinar: The New RAD Notice—What You Need to Know About Changes to Component 2
August 6, 2015

IPED Conference: Transforming Communities with Tax Credits: Oakland and the Bay Area
August 4, 2015

NextGeneration NYCHA, the New RAD Notice and News from Albany—What You Need to Know
July 16, 2015 | New York, NY

Webinar: Working with nonprofit housing corporations in affordable housing transactions
May 5, 2015

IRHP+IPED's Affordable Housing Preservation Conference
April 28, 2015

IPED Conference: Housing Tax Credits 101 + Affordable Housing in New York
March 25, 2015

What you need to know about working with nonprofit housing corporations in affordable housing transactions
February 11, 2015 | New York, NY

What You Need to Know About Affordable Housing Development and Environmental Clearance Requirements
November 11, 2014 | New York, NY

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

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

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

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

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

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