- Assisted as counsel of a public housing authority in the closing of one of the first “Faircloth-to-RAD” transactions in the county. The financing for the 166-unit new construction development in Washington, DC included tax-exempt bonds, local agency loans, and LIHTC.
- Assisted as counsel of a private developer in the closing a 182-unit new construction development in Miami, Florida involving LIHTC, RAD, and Section 18 Demolition & Disposition.
- Represented a private developer in the Mixed-Finance to RAD Conversions of two developments, requiring coordination with multiple local agencies and financing parties.
Washington, DC Office
Hannah Holden is an associate who represents both public housing authorities and private developers engaged in affordable housing development. She has experience with various HUD programs such as Mixed-Finance and Rental Assistance Demonstration (“RAD”), and the majority of transactions she works on utilize the federal Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (“LIHTC”) program.
Selected Recent Transactions
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Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law, J.D., cum laude
Loyola University (MD), B.A in Political Science, cum laude
District of Columbia Bar