Andrew L. Gilmore



University of Pittsburgh School of Law, JD, 2010

College of the Holy Cross, BA, 2003

Andrew Gilmore focuses his practice on affordable housing and community development projects utilizing tax credit financing. He regularly represents both for-profit and non-profit developers and institutional tax credit investors in complex community development transactions nation-wide combining federal tax credit incentives with state tax credits and other funding sources. He has significant experience in tax credit transactions, including Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, New Markets Tax Credits and Historic Tax Credits, mixed-finance public housing development, Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) public housing conversions, HUD assistance programs, syndication, asset management, and the representation of nonprofit and charitable entities

Before joining Klein Hornig, Andrew worked extensively in compliance monitoring and risk management at an international financial services company, where he advised on compliance with Federal and state securities and investment regulation, including Federal and state Blue Sky securities laws and regulations.


  • Massachusetts
  • Currently representing developers in large-scale redevelopments of both public housing and privately-owned multifamily sites combining multiple sources of funds including federal and state low-income housing tax credits, federal and state low-income housing tax credits, Choice Neighborhoods Implementation (CNI) Grant proceeds, the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) Program, and the “porting” of Section 8 Housing Assistance Payment (HAP) contracts
  • Currently representing multiple nonprofit and for-profit developers in new construction and historic rehabilitation of affordable housing, both in Massachusetts and nationally, 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, Federal and state rental assistance, low-interest loans, grants and energy efficiency subsidies
  • Represented local community development corporations in refinancing affordable housing transactions using public and private funding, including low-interest loans, HOME funds, and state and Federal tax credits
  • Represented syndicated funds and direct investors in acquisitions, asset management and dispositions of Low-Income Housing Tax Credit properties nationwide, including senior, multifamily, mixed-used, mixed-income, special populations, "over-55," single room occupancy, single family homes, and mixed-finance public housing projects nationwide
  • Represented for-profit developer in connection with the rehabilitation of an historic building in Lowell, MA, utilizing both Federal and state Historic Tax Credits
  • Represented a community health center QALICB in connection with the construction and rehabilitation of a community health center utilizing New Markets Tax Credit financing
  • Represented multiple developers utilizing State Historic Tax Credits and State Low-Income Housing Tax Credits in Massachusetts
  • American Bar Association, Member
  • Boston Bar Association, Member
  • House of Hope, Inc./House of Hope Housing, Inc., Lowell, MA, Board of Directors
  • JURIST Legal News Service, University of Pittsburgh School of Law (2007-2010)
  • Moderator, “Types of Section 8 Assistance and How to Leverage Them,” American Bar Association Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development - October 2018
  • Presenter, “Introduction to HUD and its Housing Subsidies,” ABA Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development Mid-Winter Boot Camp – February 2018
  • Presenter, “Welcome to the Board. Now What?” Boston Bar Association 4th Annual Charitable Board Service Program – April 2016 & January 2015