Year-end Real Estate & Construction Conference Day 2
Join us as we discuss a variety of hot topics tailored to the real estate and construction industry. We’ll take one hour each day over the course of four days to offer participating attendees up to four hours of CPE.
How the Deal was Made: A Case Study on Judson Mill
- Moderator: Whitney Ferguson, Program Manager | The Innovate Fund
- Panelist: Kenneth Reiter, President and Founder | Belmont Sayre Holdings
- Panelist: Christina Szczepanski, Managing Director, Southeast and Structured Finance | Reinvestment Fund
- Panelist: Steve Ross, NMTC Program Director | Truist Community Capital
Judson Mill is a 35 acre, 800,000 square foot historic campus located in Greenville, South Carolina well on its way to being redeveloped into a $125+ million live-work-play mixed-use district. Come learn how the development team utilized debt from Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) lenders and various tax credit programs including federal New Markets Tax Credits (NMTCs), federal and state Historic Tax Credits (HTCs), and state Textile Credits to complete the financing of Phase 2 of the Judson Mill campus. You’ll hear directly from the developer, lender, and equity investors and learn what were the key factors that helped determine their participation in the transaction and how those decisions could help your next project.
- Understand how the development team utilized a variety of community development financing options
- Identify the key factors to ensuring the success of the transaction
- Learn from the successes of Judson Mill
Prerequisites | None
Advanced Preparation | None
Recommended Hours of CPE | 4 Hours*
Deliver Method | Live Webinar
Program Level | Beginner
CPE Category | Business Management & Organization, Finance, Taxes
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