With decreasing funds available for neighborhood revitalization, the competition for redevelopment capital has increased. Still, millions of dollars in federal tax credits available each year to assist municipalities and developers to redevelop their cities and towns. This one-and-a-half-day workshop is designed to provide the practical deatils on how to take advantage of various programs, including New Markets Tax Credits, Low Income Housing Tax Credits, and Historic Preservation Tax Credits.

The workshop will be led by attorneys from Ballard Spahr along with other industry experts. This program will answer the what, when, where, who and how, and provide real-life examples illustrating how the specific tax credit programs and other incentive and funding programs can be used to stimulate private investment and fund projects.


• Tax credits and how each program works
• Eligibility requirements and how to use the funds for projects
• How to competitively access tax credits and when to apply for them
• Compliance and monitoring requirements associated with each tax credit program
• How to blend multiple tax credit incentives using a case study model


Jeffrey S. Beenstock, Partner
Real Estate Department

Barbara A. Casey, Partner
Real Estate Department

Stephanie L. Franklin-Suber, Partner
Business and Finance Department

Darin Lowder, Associate
Business and Finance and Real Estate Departments

Linda B. Schakel, Partner
Public Finance Department

Jere G. Thompson, Partner
Public Finance Department

Other industry experts, developers, and consultants


April 11, 2013 | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
April 12, 2013 | 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM