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Economic Development

Buckley King has pioneered some of the most creative financing structures.

Project financing can be structures in many forms. We have experience working with an array of sophisticated real estate and financial transactions, and provide legal counsel and services to governmental agencies as well as other federal, state and local public and quasi-public entities. Having deep insight in development and financing, Buckley King negotiates first-impression projects in which public and private entities participate, including in the development of multi-use projects in low-income communities of Cuyahoga County, the City of Cleveland, the City of Chicago, and the City of Milwaukee.  We have served as counsel for lenders and borrowers in multi-faceted financial transactions involving public financing, tax credits, mezzanine debt and tax-increment financing.  We have extensive experience representing lenders, municipalities, housing authorities, and developers in connection with the development of financing of multiple low-income tax credits, NSP financing, and CDBG programs.

financing alternatives in economic development

  • Community Development Block Grants
  • Federal Stimulus Funding Programs
  • Historic Preservation Tax Credits
  • HUD Financing
  • Low Income Housing Tax Credits
  • New Markets Tax Credits
  • NSP I, II, and III Financing
  • Tax Increment Financing (TIF)

We also provide public finance legal services to governmental agencies, other public and quasi-public entities at the federal, state and local levels.  Our role in multi-million dollar bond transactions includes serving as:

  • Co-Bond Counsel
  • Disclosure Counsel
  • Investor’s Counsel
  • Issuer’s Counsel
  • Trustee’s Counsel
  • Underwriter’s Counsel

Members of our team have served as in-house counsel in financial institutions and as law directors of municipalities, and draft ordinances, state and national legislation.