Off-Campus Real Estate Development
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Real estate development in the proximity of higher education institutions, whether undertaken by the institution itself, a private concern or a joint venture between the educational institution and a private concern, presents a myriad of issues above and beyond what is normally encountered with conventional real estate development projects. These issues often include complicated questions related to income, real estate and sales taxes, economic development incentives, zoning and land-use and not-for-profit corporate law. Individuals participating in this OnDemand Webinar will gain a deeper understanding of the legal and practical issues that must be analyzed by both educational institutions and private development concerns when assessing the feasibility of off-campus and near campus real estate development projects.
- You will be able to identify IRS and Financing Issues.
- You will be able to discuss private sponsored off-campus real estate development.
- You will be able to explain implementation methodologies.
- You will be able to recognize joint ventures with For-Profit and Not-For-Profit Organizations.
AuthorsTerrence M. Gilbride, Hodgson Russ LLP
College and University Sponsored Off-Campus Real Estate Development
• Strategic Objectives for Off-Campus Development Beyond Mere Campus Expansion
- Tool for Leveraging Economic Development and Philanthropy
- Ability to Utilize Conventional Financing, Off-Balance-Sheet Accounting Treatment and Public/Private Partnerships for Institutional Development
- Freedom From Public Procurement and Construction Restraints
- Investment in Projects Which Could Not Be Constructed on Campus
- Collaboration With Entities Having Common Objectives
- Tool for Addressing Lack of Faculty and Staff Affordable Housing
• Implementation Methodologies
- Direct Institutional Involvement
- Use of Campus Affiliates
- Joint Ventures With For-Profit and Not-For-Profit Organizations
• Issues and Concerns
- IRS Issues
- Financing Issues
- Legal Status of Student Occupants
- Town/Gown Issues
- Market Sensitivity
- Collateral Issues (i.e., Labor, Antitrust, Housing Discrimination, Prevailing Wages, etc.)
Private Sponsored Off-Campus Real Estate Development
• Common Structures
- Unaffiliated Projects
- Consortium Projects
- Joint Ventures
• Issues and Concerns
- Affiliation/Collaboration vs. Collaboration
- Security Issues
- Shadow Campus Concerns