Don Donadio on Economic Development Incentives in North Carolina

Mr. Donadio advises clients in the area of state, county, and city economic development incentives such as tax credits, cash grants, and infrastructure improvements intended to induce the location of industrial and commercial projects. He also represents issuers, borrowers, and underwriters with respect to tax-exempt financings of capital projects such as hospitals, educational facilities, and life care facilities, and represents lenders and borrowers with respect to conventional financings of shopping centers, manufacturing See more +
Mr. Donadio advises clients in the area of state, county, and city economic development incentives such as tax credits, cash grants, and infrastructure improvements intended to induce the location of industrial and commercial projects. He also represents issuers, borrowers, and underwriters with respect to tax-exempt financings of capital projects such as hospitals, educational facilities, and life care facilities, and represents lenders and borrowers with respect to conventional financings of shopping centers, manufacturing facilities, hotels, office buildings, apartment complexes, and other similar facilities. He counsels large healthcare systems and private colleges and universities on their taxable and tax-exempt financings, including the entry into interest rate swap agreements and other derivative transactions.

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