Daniela J. Feibusch


Ms. Feibusch practices in the area of real estate and not-for-profit law with an emphasis on mixed-use and multi-family affordable residential, supportive housing and transitional housing development. Her clients include not-for-profit and for-profit developers involved in the acquisition, construction, rehabilitation and preservation of mixed-use projects that are financed with low-income housing tax credits, municipal bonds and/or private, federal, state and local debt financing. Ms. Feibusch provides counsel on transactional real estate matters including purchase and sales, corporate structuring, commercial financing, government subsidy programs for housing and social services, tax credit equity investment, regulatory regimes, construction and design professional contracts and tax incentives. She has most recently been involved in the development and implementation of the Purpose Built Shelters program created by the NYC Department of Homeless Services which allows not-for-profit organizations to acquire, construct and operate transitional housing projects. Prior to joining HSE, Ms. Feibusch worked at JDF, LLC, a law firm focused on tax credit syndication and development of affordable housing. She was a Legal Fellow at Enterprise Community Partners and a Ginsberg Graduate Fellow at Citizens Housing and Planning Council. Ms. Feibusch also held a position at Local Initiatives Support Corporation as a Community Development Associate. She received her Bachelor of Arts summa cum laude from Boston University and her law degree with a specialization in the David J. Epstein Program in Public Interest Law and Policy from UCLA School of Law, where she participated in the Skid Row Housing Clinic and held internships at Public Counsel and Inner-City Law Center in Los Angeles.


Boston University, B.A.
UCLA School of Law, J.D.