John M. Bohrer-Yardley
John M. Bohrer-Yardley
- Direct: 585-987-2873
- Fax: 585-445-2373
At a Glance
John Bohrer-Yardley is Of Counsel in the firm’s Real Estate Development and Finance Department. He concentrates his practice in the area of affordable housing development, including the acquisition, financing and disposition of multifamily residential properties utilizing low-income housing tax credits and various other tax-driven incentives.
Prior to joining Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP, Mr. Bohrer-Yardley was a senior associate at Cannon Heyman & Weiss, LLP where he represented for-profit and nonprofit developers, joint venture partners and tax credit syndicators in connection with the development and preservation of affordable housing.
- Albany Law School, J.D.
- State University of New York at Buffalo, B.A.
- State of New York
Key Representative Matters
- Represented a developer in the acquisition, development and financing of a 39-unit affordable housing development involving the adaptive re-use of a former elementary school located in Hornell, New York, financed in part by 9% federal and New York State LIHTC, HCR Housing Trust Fund subsidy, and NYSERDA grant funds.
- Represented a joint venture of two developers in the acquisition, development and financing of a 42-unit new construction affordable housing development in Ithaca, New York financed in part by 9% federal LIHTC, HCR Housing Trust Fund subsidy, Tompkins County Community Housing Development Fund grant funds, and NYSERDA grant funds.
- Represented a developer in the acquisition, rehabilitation and financing of a 100-unit affordable housing development in Selma, North Carolina financed in part by tax-exempt bonds, 4% federal LIHTC, and a 20-year Mark-Up-To-Market Project-Based Section 8 HAP Contract.
- Represented a developer in the acquisition, rehabilitation and financing of an 88-unit affordable housing development in Chattahoochee, Florida financed in part by tax-exempt bonds, 4% federal LIHTC, and a 20-year Mark-Up-To-Market Project-Based Section 8 HAP Contract.
- New York State Bar Association
- American Bar Association Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law
- New York State Association for Affordable Housing
Practice Areas: Affordable Housing & Community Development Practice Group • Commercial Real Estate Development