Real Estate Opportunities in Upstate New York in Light of COVID-19



June 10, 2020

Webinar Recording

Author(s): Erica F. Buckley, Andrew C. Rose, David F. Schon, Peter C. Trimarchi

Originally recorded June 9, 2020

COVID-19 is changing the way developers and investors are approaching new real estate opportunities in New York State, especially as more people rethink urban living. In this webinar recording, three members of Nixon Peabody’s real estate group provide an overview of key legal issues for upstate developers. Attorneys from our Cooperatives & Condominiums, Community Development Finance, and Environmental and Land Use teams discuss opportunities in upstate New York in the changing real estate landscape.

  • Condominiums, co-housing and other common interest communities in upstate New York post COVID-19
  • Utilizing historic tax credits for commercial and residential redevelopment in upstate cities and towns
  • Understanding the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act: considerations for building sustainable and compliant single-family and multi-family housing for the future

Speakers

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