Empowering Real Estate Developers: Exploring C-PACE Financing for Adaptive Reuse Projects

Written by Tom Metcalfe

April 13, 2024

Embark on a journey into the world of innovative financing solutions for large-scale adaptive reuse projects with insights from Julianna Brooks, President of Civitas PACE Finance.

In our latest presentation, Brooks unveils the transformative potential of C-PACE financing as a powerful tool to lower capital costs and provide attractive long-term financing options for energy efficiency improvements. Discover how this public-private partnership funding mechanism can revolutionize the way developers approach financing, with the ability to cover up to 25% of the complete value of the project.

Explore the eligible scope of improvements, including essential elements like HVAC, roofing, windows, and energy-efficient lighting, among others, as Brooks highlights the significant benefits of C-PACE financing in today’s interest rate environment. With insights drawn from successful implementations across hundreds of deals in Texas, Brooks demonstrates the compatibility of C-PACE financing with adaptive reuse projects, offering a compelling case for its integration into your development strategy.

Join us as we delve into a deep dive session led by Tom, providing essential methodologies for market evaluation and financial opportunity assessment, equipping developers with the tools needed to navigate the evolving landscape of commercial real estate.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to revolutionize your approach to financing—download the presentation PDF now to unlock actionable insights and strategies for success in your next adaptive reuse project!

Tom Metcalfe is a leader and innovator in Dallas-Fort Worth commercial real estate. With 44 years of experience under his belt, his market expertise and insights on demand, development and financing bring clients immense value.

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