Ann M. Chiacchieri



Boston University School of Law, JD, 1987

Providence College, BA, 1983, magna cum laude

Ann Chiacchieri joined Klein Hornig in 2018 focusing her practice on tax credit transactions with particular emphasis on Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credits, state tax credits and New Market Tax Credits. Ann has extensive experience representing major institutional investors in office, hotel and residential projects that use a combination of various federal and state tax credits and other financing sources. She has significant real estate transaction experience representing lenders, owners, and developers in real estate sales and acquisitions, loans and loan workouts and commercial leasing transactions. Ann also has experience in general corporate law and has advised clients with respect to corporate structure, employment matters and shareholder disputes, and handled stock and asset acquisitions, financings, mergers and corporate restructurings.

Prior to joining Klein Hornig, Ann was a member of the Tax Credit Transactions Practice Group at Holland & Knight.

Prior to Holland and Knight, Ann was land use counsel and senior planner for the Boston Redevelopment Authority where she drafted the South Boston Waterfront Municipal Harbor Plan and developed policies and implementation strategies for the City of Boston’s harbor plans.


  • Massachusetts
  • Represented for-profit developer in connection with the redevelopment of an historic structure that is part of a multi-building mill complex in Lowell, Massachusetts utilizing Federal and state Historic Tax Credits.
  • Represented lender in closing construction and permanent financing for the re-syndication of a scattered-site residential project using Federal Low Income Housing Tax Credits.
  • Represented nonprofit developer in a transaction involving the construction of 51 units of affordable housing involving multiple financing sources and Federal and state Low Income Housing Tax Credits.
  • Represented for-profit developer in the redevelopment of an historic industrial complex involving Federal Historic Tax Credits and various state tax incentives.
  • Represented nonprofit developer in the acquisition and financing of an existing residential building for redevelopment into affordable housing.
  • Boston Bar Association, Member