Ann Steingraeber practices in Winthrop &
Weinstine, P.A.’s real estate group, where she focuses on land use law, the
purchase and sale of real property, title and survey review, and leasing
matters. Ann has experience representing both for-profit and non-profit
clients in a variety of real estate transactions, including compliance with
federal tax credit programs. Ann also practices in affordable housing development law, and prior to joining
the firm, she was an attorney at the Housing Justice Center (formerly the Housing Preservation Project), a nonprofit
organization dedicated to preserving and expanding the supply of affordable
housing in Minnesota.
Ann graduated cum laude from the University of Minnesota Law School. She was a student attorney in the Land Use Legal Clinic, a volunteer law clerk with the Minnesota Justice Foundation and President of the Environmental Law Society. Before attending law school, Ann served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Panama for three years.
Ann received her undergraduate degree from the College of Saint Benedict where she was a member of the women’s cross country team and a naturalist at the Saint John’s Arboretum.