No matter what the challenge, we offer practical solutions to support our clients’ objectives.
We understand the complexities of infrastructure and are involved with landmark projects across the country—from bridges across the Ohio River, transit hubs in New York City and San Francisco, to multiple solid waste and wastewater and energy projects.
Our team serves as bond counsel, underwriters’ counsel, disclosure counsel, consortium counsel and lenders’ counsel. We frequently represent clients in matters involving procurement, contracts, permitting, finance, energy, real estate, environmental and tax syndication.
Few firms have our proficiency in identifying and securing revenue streams that can be leveraged effectively for the useful life of the revenue-producing project.
We have close involvement in publicly owned and operated project financings throughout the United States and internationally, in-depth knowledge of capital market transactions and public-private partnerships (“PPPs”) as well as more traditional project finance methods.
Nixon Peabody now helps clients handle more complicated combinations of capital market debt and project finance debt, the use of convertible instruments and various forms of leasing transactions.
Real Estate Weekly | September 28, 2020
This article on the ground-breaking of Bishop Valero Residence, an affordable housing development for low-income seniors and formerly homeless adults, quotes New York Affordable Housing & Real Estate partner Joe Lynch for leading the team that advised Catholic Charities Progress of Peoples Development Corporation. The deal team also included Rochester Affordable Housing & Real Estate partner Darren Miller and associate Matt Carrigg.
Forbes | March 31, 2020
The latest contributed column from Los Angeles Project Finance and Public Finance partner Rudy Salo looks at how the unfolding COVID-19 pandemic could alter the infrastructure and transportation landscapes.
Bond Buyer | September 03, 2019
This roundup of municipal market news mentions Nixon Peabody for serving as bond counsel to the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority in its sale of $1 billion of Series 2019D-1 transportation revenue bond anticipation notes.
The Bond Buyer | June 12, 2019
This article mentions Nixon Peabody as bond counsel for the sale of $42.3 million in fixed-rate safe drinking water bonds.
The Bond Buyer | June 06, 2019
Nixon Peabody is mentioned in this story as bond counsel to Loudon County, Virginia’s sale of $170.37 million in GO public improvement bonds.
Los Angeles Business Journal | February 12, 2019
Los Angeles Project Finance and Public Finance partner Rudy Salo is quoted in this story about the benefits and accompanying uncertainty for small businesses involved in large-scale infrastructure projects.
Spectrum TV | January 08, 2019
Los Angeles Office Managing Partner Justin Thompson appeared in this live TV segment to discuss how the increasing number of driverless cars on the road will change the way cities operate.
Inframation News | October 01, 2018
New York City Project Finance & Public Finance partner Roddy Devlin is quoted in this article about new legislation in New Jersey designed to expand to state’s ability to improve infrastructure through P3 projects.
Bond Buyer | October 01, 2018
New York City Project Finance & Public Finance partner Roddy Devlin is quoted in this story about the advantages of using a design-build model for the pending reconstruction of a portion of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway.
Bond Buyer | September 25, 2018
Nixon Peabody is mentioned in this article as co-bond counsel for a recent SOFR-linked offering of $107.3 million in bonds by New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
The Bond Buyer | July 26, 2018
Los Angeles Project Finance and Public Finance partner Rudy Salo is quoted in this article on how autonomous vehicles will impact the future of transportation planning.
The Bond Buyer | July 23, 2018
Los Angeles Project Finance and Public Finance partner Rudy Salo provides his perspective on how driverless cars will impact mass transit planning in this Bond Buyer podcast.
Law360 | April 28, 2018
San Francisco energy and environmental partner Alison Torbitt, New York City project finance partner Scott Singer and Rochester senior environmental health engineer Libby Ford co-wrote this article outlining an EPA loan program for new water infrastructure projects.
The Bond Buyer | March 20, 2018
This article about the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s (MTA) plan to sell $100 million in transportation revenue variable rate refunding bonds mentions Nixon Peabody as co-bond counsel for the sale.
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