Megan Palmer focuses her practice on structuring and negotiating real estate and renewable energy transactions through historic, new markets and renewable energy tax credit programs. She has represented investors, lenders and developers in tax-advantaged financings of a wide variety of real estate and renewable energy property types, including hotels, theaters, cultural centers, office, retail and mixed-use developments and solar, wind, and solar thermal projects.
Previously, Megan worked for the housing development unit of the Legal Aid Society as a staff attorney, primarily representing tenant associations in affirmative litigation to preserve affordable housing before the New York City Housing Court and the Supreme Court of the State of New York.
Megan holds a master of laws in real property development from the University of Miami School of Law.
American Bar Association
DC Preservation League: Board Member (2013-2015)
Hill Center DC: Board Member (2013-2015)