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Tax Reform Has Real Impact on Commercial Real Estate Industry

The federal income tax legislation signed late last year by President Trump ushers in sweeping tax law changes that significantly benefit the construction industry.

COPs Financing for New Capital Plaza Project Closes

The Commonwealth of Kentucky, in conjunction with a development team led by CRM Development Company of Lexington, on Feb. 22 closed a financing for a new P3 state office building project to be built on the site of the old Capital Plaza Tower on Mero Street in downtown Frankfort, Ky.

Investment in Kentucky’s transportation system vital to all

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin recently unveiled his priorities for road and bridge projects through the release of the next statewide highway plan. This 250-page document identifies projects and project phases totaling $8.6 billion through 2024. But, because current state and federal transportation funding is woefully inadequate, only 30 percent of the identified needs have a chance of being addressed.

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Transportation Funding Critical to Kentucky’s Safety and Economic Development

With a focus on improving roads, bridges to help advance economic development, Rep. Sal Santoro says the legislature is working to do more than ever to improve Kentucky infrastructure funding.

“Opportunity Zones” Create Opportunities for Public-Private Partnerships

Public-private partnerships provide opportunities for local communities to combat some of the biggest issues facing the nation today.

It’s Time to Get Used to the Concept of “Smart Cities”

It’s not enough to think in the present. It’s better to think with the future in mind.

How An Airport Authority is Redeveloping an Abandoned New Building

Open walls, exposed metal framing and lack of electrical wiring and plumbing describe an incomplete building at the Grand Junction Regional Airport.

Public-private partnerships have been offered as an alternative to bring private capital and fresh ideas to develop public infrastructure.

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