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Multifamily Housing

Our full-service multifamily housing team represents owners and developers, general and specialized investors and financial institutions across all phases of the project lifecycle. Our attorneys have closed billions of dollars of transactions in over 40 states, including low-income, historic rehabilitation and enterprise zone tax credit transactions, as well as public-private partnership agreements for student and manufactured housing projects.

Focusing primarily on large-scale multifamily housing acquisition and development, our multifamily team helps clients evaluate risk, determine project eligibility, structure transactions and protect their investments. We negotiate construction agreements, loan agreements and other transactional documents in a tactical, process-proficient manner. Equally instrumental, we counsel clients on navigating various compliance and permitting issues, environmental regulations and fair housing laws.

Our team works collaboratively with stakeholders on all sides of the transaction—from lenders and borrowers to investors and contractors—to identify revenue-enhancing opportunities and respond strategically and decisively to unexpected challenges before, during and pursuant to the completion of a project.

Sub-Industry Team Contacts

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Amy F. Curry


Louisville, KY

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Geoffrey M. White

Industry Team Leader

Louisville, KY

Multifamily Matters Blog

Relevant legal perspectives for multifamily developers and investors, covering everything from market trends and legislative outlooks to new opportunities in tax credit financing.

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