Ms. Goldstein represents participants in the affordable housing and historic tax credit industry. A significant portion of her practice involves representing tax credit investors and syndicators on equity, real estate and debt financing aspects of its lower-tier investment with a focus on combo structures twinning HTC credits with LIHTC or NMTC credits. She also has advised tax credit investors on numerous workout and asset management issues arising in connection with LIHTC and HTC investments. She has had significant experience in LIHTC deals involving 1602 funds, and has represented investors on 1602 loss investments.
Her practice includes representation of tax credit developers on pre-development matters, preparation of tax credit applications, local counsel opinions, easement, condominium documents, zoning, management, title, survey construction contracts and debt financing. She also has assisted developers on matters relating to HUD's Neighborhood Stabilization Program. Ms. Goldstein has had significant experience on derivative products, most actively working on interest rate swaps and caps.
•Represent developer on Kiel Opera House Redevelopment Project in St. Louis utilizing lease-pass through structure with Federal HTC, NMTC, Missouri State HTC and Brownfield credits.
•Represent investor on HTC/LIHTC combo project providing housing for senior order of nuns in O'Fallon, Missouri.
•Represent investor on HTC/LIHTC combo redevelopment of housing project in Harlem.
•Counsel to investor on complex housing project for homeless disabled seniors in Utah.
•Counsel to investor on HTC/LIHTC combo project involving renovation of former courthouse building into lofts in Kansas City, Missouri.
January 24, 2011Kutak Rock Named Mentoring Advocate Of The Year
April 19, 2010Goldstein Named Among Women of Distinction
January 25, 2010Neighborhood Stabilization Program 2 Awards
July 22, 2010Neighborhood Stabilization Program 3 Focus on Affordable Rental Housing
On July 21, 2010 President Obama signed H.R. 4173-the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (the Reform Act)-into law, which further expands and refines the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP). Client Alert