Our attorneys were lead counsel to Fleet Financial Group in connection with its divestiture of over 100,000 commercial and consumer loans totaling over $100 billion from Fleet pursuant to an asset divestiture required by the Justice Department as a precondition to Fleet's merger with BankBoston, N.A.
Sovereign Bank in the $29,000,000 financing of the historic Colt Firearms factory in Hartford, Connecticut. The project involves the renovation of the two largest armories comprising almost 300,000 square feet into a combination of commercial and retail space and 238 market rate apartments. The project included additional funding from federal and state historic tax credits, a loan and grant from the Connecticut Department of Economic Development, and tax increment financing from the City of Hartford.
Non-profit developer who purchased a portfolio of transitional housing pursuant to a sale leaseback transaction financed with $16,750,000 in variable rate bonds issued by Connecticut Housing Finance Authority.
Developer of Kenyon Falls, an historic mill conversion in Coventry CT to 46 market rate residential condominiums.
Numerous bond issues by the Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority, Massachusetts Health and Educational Facilities Authority, and Connecticut Housing Finance Authority for nonprofit group homes and transitional housing.
General counsel to the Manchester Housing Authority, and counsel to the Farmington Housing