On Friday, August 14th Klein Hornig partner Daniel Kolodner participated and moderated two separate panels at the 2015 Massachusetts Historic Preservation Conference in Worcester, MA.
The first panel entitled, “Finance 101,” concentrated on the basic components of financing historic preservation projects in Massachusetts. Specifically, the panel discussed the various financing sources from diverse funders, predevelopment loans, construction financing, permanent financing and owner/investor equity.
Dan later moderated the panel entitled, “Legal Issues in Historic Preservation: Preservation Restrictions and Other Tools,” which solely focused on the legal issues in historic preservation with particular emphasis on preservation restrictions, their purpose, development, qualification under federal and state rules for tax purposes and how these restrictions are monitored and enforced.
For more information on historic preservation, please contact Dan Kolodner or visit the Massachusetts Historic Preservation Conference website.