The past decade has witnessed the emergence of new models for the development and operation of affordable housing by Public Housing Authorities.
Public/private partnership structures have emerged, facilitating a more comprehensive approach to neighborhood revitalization. These partnerships have also enabled the sharing of potential risks, rewards, and responsibilities, including financial risks and responsibilities, as well as strengthening quality assurances in design, renovation, operations, and management.
Goldfarb & Lipman attorneys have been a part of the ongoing transformation of Public Housing through extensive representation of Housing Authorities. Our attorneys are knowledgeable in Public Housing, Section 8, Mixed-Finance, HOPE VI and Public Housing Acquisition and Disposition. We serve Housing Authorities both as general counsel, special counsel and are also frequently called upon for advice on the interpretation of HUD regulations and policies by Housing Authority clients that have the need for the special knowledge and expertise the firm has developed over many years in the affordable housing field.