Jeanine Harvey Dankoff represents developers, lenders, and local government authorities involved in affordable housing and other redevelopment transactions. For 20 years, Jeanine has delivered innovative legal strategies to address the issues surrounding the development of low income housing and other redevelopment projects.


We advise private and public sector clients as counsel on federal and state financing and subsidy matters, including federal and state tax credit programs relevant to affordable housing and other redevelopment projects. Our capabilities are complemented by the depth of our sophisticated transactional experience with structuring the acquisition, planning, development and disposition of multi-family and mixed-use property assets.

Low-income housing tax credit development and syndication

HUD Faircloth-to-RAD, Section 8 Project Based PBRA and PBV subsidies and Mixed Finance

Real estate joint ventures, development agreements, contracts and acquisitions

Compliance with HUD and municipal housing authority regulations

HUD Multifamily Mortgage Programs, including HFA Risk-Sharing, Section 202, Section 221(d)(4)

Taxable and tax-exempt bond financings


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Direct: (215) 681-4869

Jeanine Harvey Dankoff focuses her practice on all aspects of affordable housing development and finance. Ms. Dankoff represents both non-profit and for-profit developers in transactions involving low-income housing tax credits, HUD Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) PBRA and PBV conversions, HUD multifamily housing program financing, tax-exempt bonds, state housing finance agency loan funds, and conventional financing. In such capacity, Ms. Dankoff also advises clients on compliance and regulatory matters in connection with various federal, state, and local affordable housing funding programs.


Housing and Real Estate

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development financings

Tax credit syndication


J.D., University of Michigan Law School, 2002

Publication Co-Manager, Michigan Journal of Gender & Law

Student Attorney, Legal Assistance for Urban Communities Clinic

B.A., University of Chicago, 1996

With Honors

Professional & Community Involvement

Member, American Bar Association, Real Estate Section

Member, American Bar Association, Forum on Affordable Housing

Member, Women in Housing & Finance in Pennsylvania

Board Member, Fairmount Community Development Corporation

Member, Friends of Ogden Park




Village at Park River, Hartford, Connecticut

Father Augustus Tolton Place, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Taylor Apartments, Troy, New York

Patriot Place, El Paso, Texas

Meriwether Homes RAD Conversion, Griffin, Georgia

Northside Village, Schenectady, New York

Camp Kilmer, Edison, New Jersey

Prospect Plaza, Brooklyn, New York

New Courtland at Henry Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Gaudenzia Tioga Housing, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Sharswood Village, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Sun Pointe, El Paso, Texas

One Thompson Avenue Veterans Housing, Dover, New Jersey

Obery Court RAD Conversion, Annapolis, Maryland

The Riverfront, Torrington, Connecticut

Kinder Park, Woodlyn, Pennsylvania

Imani Village, Wilmington, Delaware

Stoneridge Villas, Huntsville, Alabama

Impact Veterans and Family Housing, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Wynne Senior Residences, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania