Schuyler Armstrong concentrates her practice on complex affordable housing development and commercial real estate transactions. Schuyler advises private developers on a broad range of matters concerning the preservation and development of affordable rental housing, including public housing conversions and redeveloping portfolios in mixed-finance transactions.
Schuyler has experience with transactions involving low-income housing tax credit equity, private financing, bond financing, HOME loan financing and housing authority fund financing. She has represented real estate developers in the acquisition, financing and disposition of multifamily residential buildings and counseled clients in corporate matters, including reviewing and revising organizational documents, forming new or affiliated entities, and employing effective governance structures.
During law school, Schuyler served as a legal intern for Manna, Inc., where she supported in-house counsel with a variety of development-related tasks, including preparing due diligence for construction loan closings, editing a partnership agreement for a tax credit project and monitoring federal legislative initiatives affecting US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) housing programs.
Shown below is a selection of Schuyler’s engagements.