California’s passing of ABX 126 & 127 could have major consequences for affordable housing. On this Affordable Housing podcast, Attorney Michael Kiely discusses the pending State Supreme Court decisions on the legality of these bills.
Earlier this year, California passed two pieces of legislation – ABX 126 and 127 – that could have major consequences for affordable housing. On this episode of the Affordable Housing Podcast, we focus on the pending State Supreme Court decisions on the legality of these bills and, more generally, how the future looks for redevelopment agency financing. Host Joanne Greene speaks with Michael Kiely, a partner in the Real Estate and Land Use and Natural Resources Practice Groups of the firm Sheppard Mullin in Los Angeles. Michael has extensive experience in real estate development transactions with a public/private emphasis, including redevelopment, relocation, mixed-use and transit-oriented development projects, and public finance, including tax increment financing.
Michael is a regular blog contributor at http://SheppardMullin.com
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