Real Estate Development, Commercial Finance, Corporate Law


Since 1980, Laura has been actively involved in the representation of commercial borrowers and lenders in real estate acquisitions, financing and refinancing transactions. Such representation has included asset-based financings, state and federal grant and loan programs, tax credit developments and multi–million dollar Connecticut projects undertaken by out-of-state developers.

Laura has considerable experience in the area of multifamily and affordable housing. In 1995, she represented six (6) syndicated limited partnerships in closing the first HUD refinancings in the United States under the Preservation Loan Program. She has continued to represent clients in the development, management and disposition of multifamily housing, and in particular has served as counsel in all facets of capital opportunities for rental properties whose initial affordability restrictions have expired. Laura regularly represents for-profit and not-for-profit owners working with HUD, State Housing Finance Authorities, local Housing Authorities, municipal development agencies, private equity lenders, tax credit investors and banks.

Now acting as Counsel to the firm, Laura continues to assist clients in pursuing opportunities to acquire, rehabilitate, repurpose, and finance multifamily properties throughout the state of Connecticut.

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Years of Selection: 2007 – present

Practice Area: Real Estate Law