Public-private projects have become more difficult in today's economic and fiscal environment, but they have also become more essential.  Cities and developers need each other more than ever to put projects together and offset risks and costs.   What should you do differently today, as both developers and public agencies?  How do you structure deals given fiscal pressures and lender concerns?  How do you take advantage of what can be extraordinary opportunities?

Who Should Attend: 
  • Developers
  • Public agency finance and redevelopment officials
  • Major lenders
  • Development attorneys for developers and public agencies
Program Objectives
  • Tools for negotiating in cities with major budget cuts
  • 3 ways to bridge finance until tax increment is received
  • What public agencies are looking for in deals and developers today
  • Key lender considerations today
  • Effective development/financing term sheets for structuring deals
Program Information
Date Presented:
April 13, 2011 1:30 PM Eastern
2 hours
Public-Private Partnerships Today: Tools, Tactics, and Opportunities
Speaker Information
Gene Slater   [ view bio ]
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