Created by Congress’s tax reform bill in 2017, opportunity zones are designated low-income areas where investors can realize attractive tax advantages. Using a Qualified Opportunity Fund (O-Fund), investors can acquire a stake in new or existing buildings, property, and businesses within these zones.
O-Funds are useful in a range of projects, from redeveloping individual sites that were formerly power plants and factories to higher education institutions seeking to attract major donors for new or renovated campus-adjacent buildings.
Our Opportunity Zones team is comprised of more than 40 real estate, community development finance, tax, and corporate attorneys who can help clients with all aspects of O-Fund transactions.
We anticipate opportunity zones opening the door for high-impact investment in a variety of sectors, and we’re ready to help you capitalize on this future.
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