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April 24, 2018
Goldstein Hall represents joint venture in new affordable housing complex in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Photo credit: Dattner Architechts An affordable housing lottery has opened up for LPC Warehouse, a mixed-use affordable housing project in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, right across from the Williamsburg Bridge. LPC Warehouse will provide 55 units of affordable housing, 4,000 square feet of retail space for a grocery store, and a 1,000 square foot community space. Construction is […]

April 23, 2018
Senior Associate Peter Rivera, and Associate Daniel Goldenberg, Guest Lecturers at Baruch College

On April 23, 2018, Peter Rivera and Daniel Goldenberg will be delivering a guest lecture to students at Baruch College. The lecture will focus on Affordable Housing litigation and Year 15 litigation.

April 4, 2018
Senior Associate Niki Tsismenakis to Speak on the NYSAFAH 2G Panel Discussion: Careers in Affordable Housing

Join Senior Associate, Niki Tsismenakis at NYSAFAH 2G’s Panel Discussion: Careers in Affordable Housing as she speaks in-depth about Law & Policy. Each panelist will discuss their individual roles in affordable housing and welcome any questions about career tracks and development.   Panelists: Finance & Syndication: Stephanie Canzani, Community Preservation Corp. Neala Martin, CREA, LLC […]

March 29, 2018
Goldstein Hall Litigation Team Secures Summary Judgment Dismissal of Specific Performance Action

Goldstein Hall’s Litigation Team, led by Senior Associate Peter M. Rivera, secured Summary Judgment, dismissing claims brought against a small community church in an action for specific performance, brought by an alleged purchaser of the church’s property in Brooklyn, New York.  The Motion for Summary Judgment, entered in Kings County Supreme Court, was the culmination […]

March 29, 2018
Leases May Waive Yellowstone Injunction Relief

By Brian J. Markowitz and Max Rayetksy Since the New York Court of Appeals landmark decision in First National Stores Inc. v. Yellowstone Shopping Center, Inc., commercial tenants have had a powerful tool to delay termination of their commercial leases for alleged violations. Upon being served with a notice to cure, a commercial tenant, who […]