Overview

We have represented a variety of participants in tax increment and pilot financings, including private sector parties, such as real estate developers and manufacturers, government sector parties, such as municipalities, townships and port authorities, and bond underwriters, placement agents and bond purchasers in connection with the private placement or sale of tax increment financing bonds.

Experience
  • Represented an Ohio municipality in connection with a tax increment financing for the public infrastructure for the mixed-use redevelopment of a former airport.
  • Represented an Ohio municipality in connection with a tax increment financing for the construction of an aerospace research and development center on the campus of a major university, including a related New Markets Tax Credit financing.
  • Represented a developer in connection with the issuance of tax increment revenue refunding bonds by an Ohio port authority for a parking garage for a shopping mall.
  • Represented a developer in connection with the issuance of tax increment revenue bonds by an Ohio municipality to finance an urban multi-family housing development.
  • Represented a developer in connection with the issuance by a Colorado “Title 32” district of limited property tax supported revenue bonds and tax increment supported revenue bonds to finance the public infrastructure for the mixed-use redevelopment of a former municipal airport.
  • Represented a developer in connection with the issuance of tax increment revenue financing bonds by an Ohio port authority to finance the public infrastructure for a single-family housing development.
  • Represented a developer in connection with the issuance by a Florida community development district of special assessment revenue bonds to finance the public infrastructure improvements and public facilities for a mixed-use development adjacent to a major horse racing facility.
  • Represented a developer in connection with revenue bonds payable from payments in lieu of taxes by the District of Columbia to fund development costs for an urban in-fill mixed-use development.
  • Represented a manufacturer in connection with the issuance of economic development revenue bonds payable from tax increment revenue to finance a pet food production facility in Indiana.
  • Represented a Japanese manufacturing firm in connection with the issuance of tax increment revenue bonds by an Ohio port authority to provide infrastructure improvements for a manufacturing facility.
  • Represented a bond purchaser in connection with the issuance by an Ohio port authority of revenue bonds payable from a combination of “New Community Authority” charges and tax increment revenues to finance the public infrastructure improvements and public facilities for a mixed-use development.
  • Represented a bond underwriter in connection with the offering and sale of tax increment revenue bonds supported by net parking revenues by an Ohio port authority to provide a parking garage for an urban in-fill mixed-use development.