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Alyssa L. Aaskov Murtha Cullina LLP Associate

Associate

Boston
Email: aaaskov@murthalaw.com
Phone: 617-457-4037
Fax: 617-482-3868

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Bar & Court Admissions

  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Education

  • New England School of Law (J.D., Dean's List, 2015)
  • Univeristy of Maine, Orono (B.S. in Business Administration in Management)

Alyssa L. Aaskov


Alyssa L. Aaskov is a member of the Business and Finance Department and the real estate, land use and affordable housing practice groups.

She represents clients in all aspects of commercial real estate development and finance with an emphasis on affordable housing and tax credit syndication. She counsels for-profit and non-profit organizations, financial institutions and quasi-public agencies on complex mixed-use, multi-family housing and assisted living projects that involve the use of tax-exempt bond financing, Federal (HUD) and State loans from a variety of programs, Federal and State Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, Federal and State Historic Tax Credits, New Markets Tax Credits, "Comprehensive Permit" projects under Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 40B, Brownfields Credits and Renewable Energy Credits. She also has extensive experience reviewing, negotiating and drafting various real estate contracts and using creative land use tools such as condominiums, air-rights and ground leases.

 

  • NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association
Overview

Alyssa L. Aaskov is a member of the Business and Finance Department and the real estate, land use and affordable housing practice groups.

She represents clients in all aspects of commercial real estate development and finance with an emphasis on affordable housing and tax credit syndication. She counsels for-profit and non-profit organizations, financial institutions and quasi-public agencies on complex mixed-use, multi-family housing and assisted living projects that involve the use of tax-exempt bond financing, Federal (HUD) and State loans from a variety of programs, Federal and State Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, Federal and State Historic Tax Credits, New Markets Tax Credits, "Comprehensive Permit" projects under Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 40B, Brownfields Credits and Renewable Energy Credits. She also has extensive experience reviewing, negotiating and drafting various real estate contracts and using creative land use tools such as condominiums, air-rights and ground leases.

 

Memberships
  • NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association
Bar & Court Admissions
  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Education
  • New England School of Law (J.D., Dean's List, 2015)
  • Univeristy of Maine, Orono (B.S. in Business Administration in Management)
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