There are a lot of financing tools and incentives available to communities for tackling the challenges of financing brownfields redevelopment. From tax-exempt bonds to district-based financing to revolving loan funds, the financing for brownfields redevelopment is often layered with multiple financing tools to produce the final project capital stack. With the passage of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, communities now have a new federal incentive in their toolbox – Opportunity Zones.
Through a special partnership with KSU TAB, CCLR, and CDFA, webinar panelists will explore how communities are preparing themselves for Opportunity Zone investments. Speakers will also examine how communities across the U.S. are integrating these new strategies with current and future redevelopment plans, with a specific focus on brownfields sites.
A webinar on Tuesday, May 21 will cover these Opportunity Zone topics. It’s free to join in, but registration by May 20 is required to ensure your connection. Click here to register. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact Erica Rippe.
This webinar is sponsored by the National Technical Assistance to Brownfields Program, co-hosted by the Technical Assistance to Brownfields (TAB) Programs at Kansas State University (KSU), the Center for Creative Land Recycling, and New Jersey Institute of Technology.