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Search Results: TIF Case Studies
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Franklin County, OH TIF Deal for La Plaza TapatiaMembers only Login
The first County-Township parcel TIF (tax increment financing) enacted by Franklin County for a new location and expansion of a regional ethnic grocer: La Plaza Tapatia (the Developer), in Franklin Township.
The Hatchery Chicago Fact SheetMembers only Login
The Hatchery Chicago is a non-profit food business incubator that enables local entrepreneurs to build and grow successful businesses. Accion, the area’s largest microlender, and ICNC, which runs one of the largest business incubators in the...
An Analysis of Tax Increment Financing in the Greater LA Crosse Region in WIMembers only Login
This report provides a summary of tax incremental financing (TIF) in the greater La Crosse region, with a focus on the City of La Crosse. Several key findings and policy considerations are highlighted in the report.
Improving Tax Increment Financing for Economic DevelopmentMembers only Login
David Merriman from the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy explains how tax increment financing (TIF) districts work, illustrates TIF use with case studies from around the country, discusses the rationales for using TIF, describes TIF’s potential...
The Latest on Tax Increment Financing in Ohio Members only Login
TIF is perennially one of the nation’s most effective and popular development finance tools, but also one of its most misunderstood and controversial. The types of projects that TIF supports in Ohio are diverse, making TIF a very flexible financing...
CDFA // BNY Mellon Webcast Series: Tax Increment Finance (TIF) - Innovation & TrendsMembers only Login
The results of TIF have been compelling since its inception as a development finance tool. Lending itself to flexibility and creativity, TIF has perennially supported diverse projects across diverse communities throughout the U.S. During this...
Tax Increment Financing: A Case Study of Johnson CountyMembers only Login
Peter Fisher from the Iowa Fiscal Partnership writes a report on Tax Increment Financing and the impact it had on Johnson County
Tax Increment finance District a Tool for Addressing Issues Facing Small CitiesMembers only Login
John Taylor from Stephen F Austin State University writes about the use of Tax Increment Finance in the city of Chandler in Texas.
Tax Increment Financing in Rochelle, IL
TESKA presents an introduction on Tax Increment Financing in Rochelle, IL
The Use of Tax Increment Financing in NebraskaMembers only Login
The Platte Institute discusses three case studies about the use of Tax Increment Finance in Nebraska.
Tax Increment Financing: Common Approaches for Facilitating TIFMembers only Login
This report written by David Pettit on the common approaches for facilitating TIF and Public/Private Investments.
The Effects of Tax Increment Financing on Economic DevelopmentMembers only Login
Local governments attempt to influence business location decisions and economic development through use of the property tax. This report by Richard Dye and David Merriman used an extensive data set for the Chicago metropolitan area that includes...
City of River Falls Tax Increment District BasicsMembers only Login
Al Rolek, Brandt Johnson, and Sean Lentz from the City of River Falls give a presentation on Tax Increment District (TID)
Tax Increment Financing Members only Login
The National Association of Realtors discuss TIF
Village of Mount Pleasant Proposed TID Boundary MapMembers only Login
Andrea Roschke with Von Briesen & Roper shares the boundary map for the Village of Mount Pleasant's proposed TID.
The Latest on TIF in WisconsinMembers only Login
TIF is perennially one of the nation’s most effective and popular development finance tools, but also one of its most misunderstood and controversial. TIF is a very flexible, with multiple variations as to the specific revenue sources it can...
CDFA & ICSC Tax Increment Financing Video Series: Implementing Tax Increment Financing: The Joseph
The Joseph is a $75M project that included a 60,000-square-foot building with office and retail space, a 313-space garage and Art Museum in Columbus, Ohio. The fifth video in this collaborative series developed by The International Council of...
CDFA & ICSC Tax Increment Financing Video Series: Implementing Tax Increment Financing: Bridge Street - Dublin, OH
The Bridge Street District is a mixed-use development along the Scioto River in Dublin, Ohio that includes restaurants, shops, offices, and residential units, along with several community amenities including parking and a new library. The sixth...
Revitalizing Downtowns with TIFMembers only Login
TIF is perennially one of the nation’s most effective and popular development finance tools, but also one of its most misunderstood and controversial. The types of projects that TIF supports in Illinois are diverse, making TIF a very flexible...
CDFA Texas Webinar: Driving Economic Development with TIRZMembers only Login
TIF, also known as TIRZ in Texas, is a flexible tool with multiple variations as to the specific revenue sources it can generate and the different ways these revenues are used to support projects financings. During this webinar, presenters will...
Twin Cities Mixed-Income Housing Case Studies
Policy brief prepared by MZ Strategies, LLC for the McKnight Foundation Region and Communities Program. Each of the three case studies is discussed in the following pages with information pulled from financial materials, news articles and interviews...
Catalytic Investments for Urban DevelopmentMembers only Login
George Durante, Transformative Development Fellow at Mass Development, highlights project examples and discusses the impact that pro-active catalytic investments can make while driving urban development and renewal.
Catalytic Investments for Urban DevelopmentMembers only Login
Jeff Miller, Senior Economic Development Advisor at the Rhode Island Commerce Corporation, highlights project examples and discusses the impact that pro-active catalytic investments can make while driving urban development and renewal
Market Update and Virginia Financing ToolsMembers only Login
Tax Increment Financing, Special Assessment Districts, Management Districts and Public Improvement Districts have become powerful financing mechanisms to help communities concentrate development opportunities into targeted locations. Laura Radcliff...
Creative Financing Strategies - Hahne & Co. Redevelopment, NewarkMembers only Login
Unique development financing solutions are increasingly sought after to complete projects of all sizes, and it is often necessary to find creative approaches that involve combining multiple financing tools. Mathew Abraham of the New Jersey Economic...
Multi-Phase Projects in Ohio - Pro Football Hall of FameMembers only Login
While some development finance projects in Ohio are completed simply and quickly, many projects require a longer timeline. These complex, largescale projects often require a creative financing approach in order to reach completion. Irene MacDougal...
TADs in GeorgiaMembers only Login
Tax Allocation Districts (TADs) are established to propel investment by financing redevelopment in blighted areas. In Georgia, these districts have catalyzed innovative growth and groundbreaking projects throughout the state. Courtney Knight of PFM...
Arvada: Tax Increment Financing in ActionMembers only Login
Tax increment financing is a flexible and creative financing tool that can support development projects throughout Colorado. The Arvada Urban Renewal Authority shares their successes of using TIF for a number of different projects including housing,...
The Latest in Illinois P3s - Transit TIFMembers only Login
As budgets are stretched and new rules are created, it can be difficult to pull together funding for necessary infrastructure improvements and community facilities. Fran Rood with SB Friedman Development Advisors presents case students and discusses...
The Impact of Tax Increment Financing on Illinois CommunitiesMembers only Login
One of the most popular topics at the Illinois Financing Roundtable is how tax increment financing is used to finance projects across the state. We'll feature that topic again this year, but with a twist. Maureen Barry of Ehlers Inc. explores the...
Combining Financing Tools for Missouri Development - St. Louis Development CorporationMembers only Login
Combining multiple incentives successfully requires attention to detail and often some creative structuring. Identifying program requirements and balancing the applicable incentives are steps that must be established early on for any potential...
CDFA // BNY Mellon Webcast Series: Capturing the Success of High Performing DFA'sMembers only Login
This month’s CDFA // BNY Mellon Development Finance Webcast Series on Capturing the Success of High Performing DFA's featured Tim Fisher of CDFA, Paul Toth of Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority, Gary Smith of Chester County Economic Development...
Larry Kosmont, EIFDs & CRIAs Do They Fill the TIF Void?Members only Login
Larry Kosmont from Kosmont companies look at the how enhanced infrastructure financing districts (EIFDs) and community revitalization and investment authorities (CRIAs) can be used to fill the TIF void in California.
Transformative Revitalization - Boston LandingMembers only Login
Development Finance Authority, Mass Development, uses Public-Private Partnership, Bonds, TIF, Special Assessment, Brownfields Clean Up, and Tax Credits to redevelop the former Slaughterhouse District into the New Boston Landing.
The Financing Behind Wilmington Airpark’s JUMP Hangar ProjectMembers only Login
The approval and creation of Wilmington Air Park’s JUMP hangar was a huge win for Clinton County, creating around 260 jobs. In order to fund the hangar, Clinton County Port Authority had to be extremely creative and utilize a unique mix of financing...
Innovative Development with Public Private Partnerships (P3)Members only Login
As budgets are stretched at all levels, it can be difficult to pull together funding for necessary infrastructure improvements. Kara Woods (City of Grand Rapids) and Ian Koffler (Miller, Canfield, Paddock, & Stone, PLC) examine case studies and...
The Latest on Tax Increment Financing in MichiganMembers only Login
TIF is perennially one of the nation’s most effective and popular development finance tools, but also one of its most misunderstood and controversial. The types of projects that TIF supports in Michigan is diverse, making TIF a very flexible...
Milwaukee’s Park East RedevelopmentMembers only Login
Milwaukee is one of very few cities in the country to demolish a freeway to connect neighborhoods and open valuable land for development. Lori Lutzka, Mary Schanning, and Vanessa Koster (City of Milwaukee) explore recent and proposed Park East...
Improving TIF Transparency and Accountability in Michigan
This report from Michigan State University seeks to contribute to the current policy discussion on TIF reform by developing the blueprint for a comprehensive, state-level database on the scale, scope and structure of TIF activities in Michigan.
Tax Increment FinancingMembers only Login
Tom Weihe (Kutak Rock, LLP) discusses legislative updates related to TIF as well as how to combine TIF with other tools to see concentrated development and to spur private investment across the state.
Stapleton Redevelopment – A Case Study in CooporationMembers only Login
Tracy Huggins (Denver Urban Renewal) presents a case study detailing the financing structure of TIF redevelopment in the city of Stapleton, Colorado.
Setting the Stage: The Basics of TIFMembers only Login
Tony Smith of SB Friedman and Laura Radcliff of Stifel introduce the basic concepts of tax increment financing, defining the tool and explaining how it can work for municipalities.
Overview of City of Dallas Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Program & Policy Members only Login
Sue Hounsel of the City of Dallas shares insight into Texas' tax increment financing legal and procedural elements.
Understanding TIF Bond FinancingMembers only Login
Laura Radcliff of Stifel and Jeff Leuschel of McCall Parkshurst explain municipal bond issuances for TIF projects, covering the types of security, basic security credit analysis, ratings, and more.
Fort Worth Tax Increment FinancingMembers only Login
Robert Sturns of the City of Fort Worth, TX, presents on the city's use of Tax Increment Financing including performance highlights, program emphases and more.
TIF Financing Variations: Dallas' Experience and PracticesMembers only Login
Karl Stundins with the City of Dallas shares their use of Tax Increment Financing on a number of developments throughout the city.
A Brief Presentation on Special Assessment ToolsMembers only Login
In this presentation, Bill Calderon of Hawes Hill Calderon LLP shares how the City of Houston uses Special Assessment Tools as part of their economic growth.
Tax Increment Financing in MissouriMembers only Login
The Missouri Department of Revenue's 2015 Annual Report Summary details all TIF projects carried out throughout the state as of 2015. The projects are broken down by eight different categories, most of which cover a kind of blight designation, as...
Tax Incremental Financing and the City of MilwaukeeMembers only Login
Dave Misky with the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee demonstrates how Milwaukee has transformed large parcels in the city and attracted tremendous investment by utilizing tax increment financing.
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