Suffolk University Law School, JD, 1997, cum laude
Merrimack College, BS, 1993, magna cum laude
Jack Condon focuses his practice on structuring, documenting and closing transactions involving real estate issues, partnership issues and multiple layers of financing including bond financing as well as various other forms of federally and state-regulated financing and subsidies. Jack assists equity investors, developers and syndicators employ deferral and state incentives to promote development of low-income housing projects. Jack primarily works with federal and state low-income tax credit programs and historic preservation programs. Jack also focuses on asset management matters including structuring and documenting refinancing’s and restructurings of financially troubled projects as well as disposition and acquisition of properties and partnership interests.
Before joining Klein Hornig, Jack was a partner in the Tax Credit Finance & Syndication Department at Nixon Peabody, where he focused on community development finance.
- 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 and mixed-income properties utilizing public and private funding sources including tax-exempt bonds, commercial loans, HUD-insured loans, HOME funds, state and Federal tax credits, rental assistance, low-interest loans, grants and energy efficiency subsidies.
- Massachusetts Bar Association, Member