Brian Hsu practices in the areas of affordable housing development, banking, cooperative and condominium, and corporate governance. Brian represents for-profit and not-for-profit developers in a wide range of complex real estate transactions with an emphasis on equity and debt financing of multifamily housing projects qualifying for tax exempt bond and federal low-income housing tax credits. He advises owners and developers of real estate in the acquisition, disposition, leasing and management of multi-family housing developments, mixed-use commercial projects and residential property.
Brian also acts as counsel to national financial institutions and governmental agencies in a wide array of sophisticated commercial real estate transactions including loan facilities, secured and unsecured debt, construction and permanent loans. Brian advises cooperative (market rate and limited equity) and condominium boards on all matters relating to their management and operation.
Brian joined the firm in 2007 and became partner in 2013. His previous professional experience includes working for a major global investment firm and Enterprise Community Partners, Inc., a leading provider of capital and expertise for affordable housing and community development.
- The State of New York
- The State of New Jersey
- Affordable Housing Development
- Cooperative and Condominium Law
- Real Estate Finance
- Corporate Governance
- Brooklyn Law School, J.D., 2006
- State University of New York-Binghamton, B.A., English and Philosophy, Politics and Law, 2001
- Real Property Section of the New York State Bar Association
- Forum Committee on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law of the American Bar Association
- New York City Bar Association