ACRES June 2017 – the Return of 421-a Tax Program
ACRES will host the next event with Herrick and Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA) for a breakfast discussion about the new Affordable New York program. Jennifer Dickson, Herrick’s Chief Planning and Development Specialist, will explain how the new affordable housing program differs from the previous one, and the implications for developers, owners, lenders and the industry as a whole, a Q&A session will follow.
Agenda：6/27/2017 Tuesday 8:00am – 10:00am
Location: Herrick’s New York Office, 2 Park Avenue (btwn 32nd and 33rd St), 14th Floor
Jennifer A. Dickson (Chief Planning and Development Specialist, Herrick)
Jennifer has extensive experience with zoning and planning issues, and has worked on numerous complex rezoning, special permit and variance applications. She also helps clients navigate inclusionary housing regulations, landmarks issues, development rights transfers, and New York City 421-a real estate tax exemptions.
Jennifer regularly appears before the New York City Planning Commission, the New York City Council and the New York City Board of Standards and Appeals. Prior to joining Herrick, Jennifer worked for the New York City Department of City Planning in the Transportation Division on pedestrian and bicycle planning projects.
Based in New York City since its founding in 1928, Herrick has a preeminent real estate practice, ranging from development and construction to financing and acquisition, for a client base that includes developers, property owners, lenders, funds and investors. In addition to traditional core real estate competencies, Herrick’s real estate expertise extends to land use, environmental law, historic preservation, economic incentives and restructuring.