$150 million in revenue bonds over six phases (2015-2023) funded over 3,000 structured parking spaces, roadways, water, sewer, and public parks. Bonds were secured by Tax Increment, New Community Authority, and Lodging Tax Revenues.
$100 million in bonds over three phases to fund roadways, water, sewer, and parking (phase three in process). The bonds are secured by tax increment revenues and a special tourism development district imposing new sales and admission taxes.
$40 million in revenue bonds to fund a parking garage, streetscape, and public infrastructure associated with the 6-acre mixed-use district adjacent to the University of Cincinnati. Bonds secured by Tax Increment Payments and Minimum Payments.
$50 million in note and bond proceeds over four phases to fund brownfield cleanup, roadways, water, sewer, walking trails, and riverfront. Notes and Bonds secured by Tax Increment Revenues from the District which includes student housing, apartments, senior living, and a dual-flag hotel.
$35 million in bond proceeds to fund structured parking and energy efficiency improvements within the Gravity District which includes office, retail, and wellness-centered apartments. Bonds secured by Parking Revenues, Tax Increment, New Community Authority, and PACE Assessments.
$35 million in revenue bond and PACE financing to pay for an 840-space structured parking facility and energy efficiency improvements for an 12-story mixed-use project. Bonds are secured by Property and Income Tax Increment Revenues and, as a backup, City Non-Tax Revenues.
$150 million in bonds issued to recapitalize nine different parking garages encompassing over 4,000 spaces in a pooled asset program. Bonds secured by fee and leasehold 1st mortgages and net revenues from the parking garages.
$50 million in bond proceeds to pay for costs of constructing Lower.com Field. Bonds were issued by a New Community Authority established to own the Stadium and are secured by annual appropriations from Franklin County.
$50 million in note, bond, and PACE financings over multiple phases to pay for infrastructure, parking, and energy improvements. Bonds are secured by Tax Increment, Parking Revenues, and New Community Authority Charges.
Currently in process, DiPerna aims to raise approx. $60 million in note and bond proceeds to pay for costs of public infrastructure and structured parking to support the TruePointe master-planned development. Notes and Bonds will be secured by Tax Increment and New Community Authority Revenues.