Cory Kalanick Shares Insights on Affordable Housing in Law Week Colorado Article

Law Week Colorado recently published an article on affordable housing in which Sherman & Howard’s Cory Kalanick highlights the firm’s sought-after public finance team and their experience in various aspects of affordable housing. He also shares his insights on the novel issues facing affordable housing finance including volume cap limitations, adaptive reuse, and middle-income housing.

Below is an excerpt from the article.

“Sherman & Howard has a team of nearly a dozen lawyers with experience in various aspects of affordable housing, including tax-exempt private activity bond financing in connection with low-income housing tax credits, middle-income housing, and real estate matters,” wrote public finance attorney Cory Kalanick to Law Week via email.

 The firm’s public finance group has served as multifamily housing bond counsel to the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority and other local housing authorities across the state for more than 35 years, explained Kalanick.

 “In the last five years, we have been involved in over 75 multifamily housing transactions totaling more than $1.2 billion, which have resulted in more than 5,700 new or preserved affordable housing units for families, seniors, veterans, at-risk youth, and other homeless populations across Colorado,” added Kalanick.

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