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Gabriel Gerbi
Associate

ggerbi@goldsteinhall.com
Tel.: 646.768.4118

Gabriel Gerbi concentrates his practice in affordable housing and community development, real estate finance and development, faith-based development, and corporate governance.

Gabriel has provided legal expertise for the Joint Ownership Entity NYC (JOE-NYC) initiative and faith-based development projects throughout the city. He also advises for-profit and not-for-profit developers and religious institutions on all aspects of residential and commercial projects. He has experience in deals involving 9% and 4% low-income housing tax credits, inclusionary housing, New York City Housing Development Corporation and New York State Housing Finance Agency bond programs.

Prior to joining Goldstein Hall in 2014, Gabriel was a real estate finance broker. He is a graduate of Brooklyn Law School, where he concentrated in real estate development and finance and served as the symposium chair for the Journal of Law and Policy. Additionally, Gabriel was vice president of the Real Estate Society and secretary of the Jewish Law Students Association. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of California Los Angeles.

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  • Expertise
    • Affordable Housing Development
    • Real Estate Finance
    • Not-for-Profit and For-Profit Corporate Governance
  • Special Initiatives
    • Joint Ownership Equity (JOE-NYC)
    • Faith Based Community Development
  • Bar Admissions
    • State of New York
  • Education
    • Brooklyn Law School, J.D.
    • University of California Los Angeles, B.A., (cum laude)
  • Legal Presentations
    • Panelist, Faith-based Organizations Roundtable: Engage Your Community, July 2017 (in partnership with ANHD and the Manhattan Borough President)
    • Panelist, Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer Presents: Development in Partnership with Faith-based Institutions, April 2017 (in partnership with ANHD)
    • Panelist, Building Brooklyn Right – A Faith-based Development Forum for Houses of Worship, October 2016 (in partnership with the Brooklyn Borough President)