M. Chrysa Long



Emory University School of Law, JD, 1985

Boston College, BA, 1982, magna cum laude

Chrysa Long represents investors and developers of complex and multi-tiered projects eligible for Federal and state Low-Income Housing Tax Credits and Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits.  Her practice encompasses property acquisitions, development, asset management, exit strategies and resyndications of affordable housing properties.  Chrysa counsels clients on all aspects of development and financing, including tax credit structuring, public and private debt, equity investments, refinancing, disposition and workout of troubled properties.  She also represents clients investing in projects eligible for film and production tax credits in several states.

Before joining Klein Hornig in 2011, Chrysa was a partner in the Tax Credit practice group of Holland & Knight LLP, where she specialized in complex syndicated investments in and development of affordable housing.


  • Massachusetts
  • Represents syndicated funds and direct investors in acquisitions, asset management and dispositions of low-income housing tax credit properties nationwide, including senior, multifamily, mixed-use, mixed-income, special populations, "over-55," single room occupancy, single family homes and condominiums
  • Represents nonprofit and for-profit developers in new construction and historic rehabilitation of affordable housing utilizing the full scope of public and private funding including tax-exempt and taxable bonds, commercial loans, HUD-insured loans, HOME funds, state and Federal tax credits, rental assistance, low-interest loans, grants and energy efficiency subsidies
  • Represented a national investor in asset management and workouts of office and hotel properties eligible for historic rehabilitation tax credits
  • American Bar Association, Member
  • Boston Bar Association, Member
  • ABA Forum for Affordable Housing and Community Development Law
  • Charlesbank Homes, Inc., Trustee
  • Kingsley Montessori School, Finance Committee
  • Women's Institute for Housing and Economic Development, President (former)