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December 16, 2019
Goldstein Hall Senior Associate, Jason Labate, Presenter at Pace Land Use Law Center’s Annual Conference

The 18th Annual Alfred B. DelBello Land Use and Sustainable Development Conference held on December 5, 2019 centered on the theme Building the Infrastructure for Our Sustainable Future.  The conference brings together land use leaders and professionals, as well as, friends and partners of the Land Use Law Center, to discuss the land use successes […]

December 12, 2019
Goldstein Hall Listed as a Leader in Faith-Based Affordable Housing Development

Goldstein Hall is listed as a leader in the faith-based affordable housing development space by Real Estate Weekly. Re-thinking community needs, institutional missions and the use of existing properties to meet 21st century demands are essential undertakings to increasing affordable housing units. Visit Real Estate Weekly for more information.

October 28, 2019
LIHTC Dispute Practice Update: RiseBoro Community Partnership Inc. vs. SunAmerica Housing Fund

Since December 2018, Goldstein Hall PLLC has been representing the not-for-profit developer RiseBoro Community Partnership Inc. in a LIHTC dispute against its investor SunAmerica Housing Fund. Goldstein Hall’s litigation team is litigating RiseBoro’s right to enact its purchase option for an affordable housing development after Year 15. RiseBoro contends that it had a previously negotiated […]

October 23, 2019
Leases May Waive Yellowstone Injunction Relief

By Brian J. Markowitz and Matthew Trauner What is a “Yellowstone injunction”? No, it not related to the National Park. 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 […]

October 21, 2019
Goldstein Hall Secures Major Victory for Episcopal Churches Across New York

NYS Supreme Court Agrees It Must Respect Diocesan Hierarchy in Decisions about Episcopal Church Property Goldstein Hall’s Litigation Team led by Brian J. Markowitz successfully secured a motion for summary judgment on behalf of St. James Episcopal Church and a major victory for episcopal churches across New York. 2520 Jerome LLC, represented by Herrick Feinstein LLC, […]