Suffolk University Law School, JD, 2015, cum laude
The George Washington University, BA, 2006
Kurt Stiegel joined Klein Hornig in 2018 focusing his practice on a wide range of affordable housing and community development issues, with particular emphasis on state and federal tax credits, mixed-finance public housing, real estate financing, land use, zoning, and municipal law.
Prior to joining the firm, Kurt worked as an associate for a Boston firm representing municipal clients on land use, zoning, code enforcement, real estate, and title matters. Before that, Kurt served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Justices of the Massachusetts Housing Court where he focused on landlord/tenant law, fair housing law, summary process and post-foreclosure eviction. Kurt became involved in affordable housing while serving as research director for the Massachusetts State Legislature’s Joint Committee on Housing where Kurt worked directly with state leaders to promote the production and preservation of affordable housing, including a $1.4 billion affordable housing bond bill, and comprehensive public housing governance reform legislation.
- Represents nonprofit developers in transactions involving federal and state tax credits, rental assistance vouchers, HUD-insured loans, tax-exempt bonds, HOME funds and various other public and private debt sources.
- Represented a Massachusetts public housing authority in the mixed-finance redevelopment of several of its state-aided public housing developments.
- American Bar Association, Member
- B'nai B'rith Housing's Gen2Gen Initiative Steering Committee, Co-Chair
- Management Committee, B'nai B'rith Housing, Member