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Search Results: Redevelopment
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Multi-Phase Projects in Ohio - Greater Cincinnati Redevelopment AuthorityMembers 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. Todd Castellini...
Non-CIF WTAD Funded ProjectsMembers 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. Jennifer Fine with...
Warner Robins Tax Allocation District OverviewMembers 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. Charles Whatley with...
State and Federal Development Finance Programs-USDAMembers only Login
Industry experts from around the state and from various federal agencies will discuss development finance programs and their potential to spur job creation and growth in the economic development industry.
Winter Park: Mixed-Use Development StrategiesMembers only Login
Matt Dempsey discusses how since 2013, the Town of Winter Park has been approved to develop three unique properties aimed at increasing attractions for the community. The three plans call for dedicated investment in mixed-use redevelopment including...
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 Use of TIF in IllinoisMembers 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. Herb Klein with Jacob & Klein explores the...
The ICA GreenRise CenterMembers 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...
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...
SC Financing for Workforce/Affordable Housing Members only Login
Ivory Mathews discusses how important contributor's to a community's workforce are in need of affordable housing close to their jobs. Workforce housing produces a more sustainable local economy which allows workers to afford to live near their place...
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...
MIssouri's New Markets Tax CreditsMembers only Login
Missouri’s New Markets Tax Credits program helps to finance investments in low-income communities and serves as a companion program to federal New Markets Tax Credits. This financing resource can make a difference in catalyzing business and real...
Creative Financing Strategies in Texas- TIRZ and In-City MUDMembers 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. Anthony Michael with AngelouEconomics...
Financing Brownfields in California from the Center for Creative Land RecyclingMembers only Login
The Center for Creative Land Recycling (CCLR) explains brownfields and how they work in the state of California. Discussed the direct and indirect impacts of brownfields and EPA Program eligibility.
DeKlyen/Deane, Neighborhood Prosperity Initiative and Main Street NetworkMembers only Login
Dana and Kate managed the Neighborhood Prosperity Initiative and Main Street Network in Portland. This project benefited from grants, training and support from Portland Development Commission.
Development of Lancaster Urban Village Dallas, TXMembers only Login
Multiple funding sources were used to redevelop a rundown property located at a transit stop in order to support transit-oriented development.
Texarkana Hotel Grim Lofts RedevelopmentMembers only Login
An investigation into the redevelopment of Texarkana's long vacant Hotel Grim.
Denver's Performing Art ComplexMembers only Login
More than $485 million will be spent to redevelop Denver's performing arts complex. Funding was secured from 10 different sources.
U.S. Department of Agriculture - Rural Development: Community Facility LoanMembers only Login
Lorraine Werner, Rural Development Community Programs Director of USDA, discusses the redevelopment finance of a hospital, the South Big Horn Hospital, in rural Wyoming.
TDC Cutting Tools, Inc. Greenfield IndustriesMembers only Login
Pete Byford from taxadvantagegroup covers the financing of a recycling facility with the use of New Markets Tax Credit.
Redevelopment in MilwaukeeMembers only Login
Grant Chromy from Milwaukee Economic Development Corporation covers the redevelopment of 26 acres freed up after the demolition of a freeway.
Historic Hotel Northland Redevelopment Members only Login
Kate Crowley and John Hoffman from Baker Tilly covers the use of historic tax credits as part of the capital stack for the redevelopment of a hotel.
Spotlight of the City of Tacoma: Financing Revitilization and Redevelopment DowntownMembers only Login
Ricardo Noguera (City of Tacoma), Scott Carino (Carino and Associates), Patirck Clark (University of Washington Tacoma), Eli Moreno (Premier Residential) and Evan Brubaker (Accumula) discuss revitilization and creating a more accessible community in...
Leveraging Resources – How Port Authorities are Working Together through their Bond FundsMembers only Login
More than ever, Ohio port authorities are working together to complete deals and leverage their collective financing power. Jeffrey Bomberger (Squire Patton Boggs), George Sarkis (Roetzel & Anderss), Chris Burnham (Development Finance Authority o...
Financing Large Scale Mixed-Use Development – The Latest TrendsMembers only Login
Mixed use development financing solutions are increasingly sought after to complete these large projects, and they often require a creative approach that involves combining multiple financing tools. Jake Wozniak (KeyBanc Capital Markets), Caleb Bell...
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...
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...
Creative Tax Credit Financing in WisconsinMembers only Login
Tax Credits have been widely used in Wisconsin as a method to influence businesses to take certain actions, such as locating to specific underserved areas, rehabilitating historic properties, expanding business’ research and development, investing...
Opportunities and Pitfalls of CRIZMembers only Login
Randy Patterson (City of Lancaster), Alicia Miller Karner (City of Bethlehem), and John Callahan (Florio Perrucci Stenhardt and Fader LLC) explore the opportunities and pitfalls of the City Revitalization and Improvement Zone (CRIZ) prgram in...
Exploring Pittsburgh’s EcoInnovation District Members only Login
Michael Pehur (Duane Morris Government Strategies), Jeni Cooper (Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh), and Scott Page (Interface Studio LLC) discuss the current groundwork and timeline for Pittsburgh's EcoInnovation District, which combines...
Understanding Impact Fees and their Effect on FinancingMembers only Login
Jennifer Tammen (Ehlers, Inc) and Christina Burns (Village of Oswego) discuss how the level and structure of development impact fees can often determine the feasibility of a project from both financial and market perspectives. A case study involving...
Setting the Stage for Leveraging Resources for Brownfields Revitalization
This guide from the U.S. EPA provides guidance and technical assistance to localities and brownfields practitioners on leveraging resources for brownfields revitalization. This guide explores how communities can prepare to successfully leverage...
Downtown Revitalization and Economic Assistance for MissouriMembers only Login
PGAV explains the Downtown Revitalization and Economic Assistance for Missouri (DREAM) Initiative. DREAM provides select communities with access to the technical and financial assistance they need to accomplish their downtown revitalization plans....
City Revitalization and Improvement Zone (CRIZ) GuidelinesMembers only Login
The focus of the CRIZ program is to provide opportunity to spur new growth in cities that have struggled to attract development, helping to revive downtowns and create jobs for the residents in the regions.
User Guide for Maryland Sustainable Community RevitalizationMembers only Login
The Models and Guidelines document will help the general public, elected officials, and community development advocates understand through case studies and best practices how TIF works, and that it can spur redevelopment.
Commonly Used Tax Credits in South CarolinaMembers only Login
George Strobel of State Tax Credit Exchange overviews the commonly used tax credits in South Carolina.
Brownfields Legal and Regulatory LandscapeMembers only Login
Sarah Lynn of Ice Miller teaches about the various environmental and tax laws governing brownfields clean-up, as well as the role that federal, state, and local governments play in the regulatory process.
Strategies & Benefits of Liability Transference & Public/Private Brownfields RedevelopmentMembers only Login
One of the most important steps in successful brownfield redevelopment is knowing the remediation and financing strategies, both of which are explained by Steve Collins of Commercial Development Company, Inc., in this presentation.
EDA's Role in Brownfields RedevelopmentMembers only Login
An overview of the U.S. Economic Development Administration's role in brownfields redevelopment is provided by David Ives, including grant programs, investment priorities, and more.
MassDevelopment Brownfields FinancingMembers only Login
Mike Galligan of MassDevelopment presents case studies on brownfield redevelopment sites throughout Massachusetts, outlining the creative financing strategies used.
EPA Brownfields Funding in Support of Community RevitalizationMembers only Login
Patricia Overmeyer of the U.S. EPA goes through the various funding opportunities available from the agency to clean up and redevelop brownfield sites.
JD Nichols Campus for Innovation and EntrepreneurshipMembers only Login
Jason Tomlinson of the University of Louisville Foundation presents on the development of the JD Nichols Campus for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
David Whitney Building RedevelopmentMembers only Login
David Di Rita& James Van Dyke presented the redevelopment of David Whitney Building.
Reversing the Cycle of Disinvestment DowntownMembers only Login
Jeff Siegler, Director of Revitalization at Heritage Ohio discusses downtown redevelopment by producing incentives, the right approach, bridging the financing gap, and the local government's role.
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