Brownfields and Historic Tax Credits
- A $2mm Brownfields Tax credit for the owner of a formerly contaminated 39 acre manufacturing facility in Western Massachusetts.
- A $1mm Brownfields tax credit for the owner of a 13 acre equipment storage facility in Metro-West Boston. The site's remaining buildings were demolished to prepare the property for a multifamily development.
- $500,000.00 historic tax credit for the renovation of a Providence, R.I., historic brick clubhouse building into new office, lab and archival storage space.
- A $2mm Brownfields tax credit for the remediation of a contaminated Massachusetts apple orchard, as part of a redevelopment into a large residential subdivision of single family homes.
- A $350,000 Brownfields tax credit for the remediation of a contaminated former automobile dealership as part of the property redevelopment of the site into a CVS pharmacy and store.
- Approximately $1million in Brownfields tax credits for the remediation of abutting parcels of contaminated land as part of their development into a multilevel gym, fitness center, and swimming pool on the North Shore of Boston that was featured in the Kevin James movie "Here Comes the Boom".
- Approximately $2mm in Brownfields tax credits from a complex cross-abutting property remediation that involved three separate ownership parcels, and which ultimately resulted in the successful development of an ice-skating facility.