Christina Fasitta concentrates her practice in affordable housing and community development, real estate finance, not-for-profit law and construction law.
Christina is also provided legal expertise for the Joint Ownership Entity NYC (JOE-NYC) initiative. Before joining Goldstein Hall in 2016, Christina worked as a law clerk for Federman Steifman LLP, focusing on commercial real estate transactions.
Christina graduated from Brooklyn Law School, where she received a certificate in real estate law and participated in the Corporate and Real Estate Clinic, advising Housing Development Fund Corporations on business corporation law issues. While in law school, Christina was an associate managing editor for the Journal of International Law.
- Affordable Housing Development
- Real Estate Finance
- Not-for-Profit Law
- Construction Law
- Special Initiatives
- Joint Ownership Entity (JOE-NYC)
- Brooklyn Law School, J.D., 2016
- Lehigh University, B.A., Political Science, 2012
- New York State Bar Association