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Tag Archives: Ulmer & Berne

‘Lease’ Vegas

Posted in Leasing Issues, Retail Industry Issues
I just returned from the National Restaurant Association Financial Officers and Tax Executives Conference in Las Vegas. I participated on a Real Estate Leasing Trends panel with Adam Schwegman, head of the eat/drink department of General Growth Properties and George Galloway of Next Realty Mid-Atlantic, with Ryan Cupersmith of Ernst & Young as our moderator.… Continue Reading

A Lesson in Ground Leasing

Posted in Leasing Issues
So I don’t know about you, but every time I turn on NPR lately there is some discussion about President Trump’s conflict of interest because of his Washington D.C. Hotel built in the former U.S. Post Office with a ground lease from the GSA. For those of you who do not spend your days analyzing… Continue Reading

New Wage Theft Ordinance In Cincinnati

Posted in Administrative Matters
Cincinnati City Council recently enacted an anti-wage theft and payroll fraud ordinance designed to protect workers and insure that those doing business with the City pay their legal share of taxes and other financial obligations. The Ordinance is also designed to protect law-abiding employers from unfair competition from businesses that are willing to break the… Continue Reading

Cincinnati – the Center of Retail Development in America?

Posted in Retail Industry Issues
I just attended a CREW presentation which was entitled “New Retail Trends and Addressing Consumer Demands.” However, the presentation was actually about three high profile retail projects all located in Cincinnati, Ohio, and, it included three high profile developers, at least one of whom (depending upon who you asked) is also extremely talented. Mark Fallon… Continue Reading

Bringing the Downtown Shopping Experience to the Exurbs

Posted in Retail Industry Issues
I recently attended our client’s, Steiner + Associates, grand-opening ceremony for Liberty Center, a $350 million mixed-use development featuring, shopping, dining, luxury residential apartments, offices, a state-of-the-art movie theater and a new to market AC Hotel by Marriott located in the middle of the growing Cincinnati-Dayton metroplex along Interstate 75. As I toured Liberty Center,… Continue Reading

Mission Possible: Combining HUD Construction Financing with Historic Tax Credits

Posted in Construction Related Issues, Finance Issues, Tax Credit Issues
Combining HUD-insured multifamily construction financing (like Section 221(d)(4) loans) with historic tax credits (“HTC”) can seem like an impossible feat given their respective mazes of rules and requirements. Notwithstanding, each are valuable sources of capital for developing multifamily projects, and, if you can manage through those mazes, HUD financing and HTCs can be successfully combined.… Continue Reading

It’s the Law

Posted in Leasing Issues
I have been told this is a Real Estate Law Blog and that it might be time to blog about real estate law for a change. I know wine and grilled cheese donuts may be more interesting, so bear with me while I transgress. I just attended and spoke at the International Council of Shopping… Continue Reading
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