Bricker closes historic tax-exempt PACE financing for 501(c)(3) recovery centerMore
$120 million mixed-use development project
Successfully led the closing of a mixed-use public-private development project in downtown Columbus, Ohio. Served multiple roles in the project’s financing, including as bond counsel to the developer, commercial loan bank representative and legal counsel for PACE financing.
Five attorneys welcomed into the Bricker & Eckler partnership for 2...
The law firm of Bricker & Eckler LLP recently elected five new partners of the firm: Aaron Bruggeman, Colin Kalvas, Tarik Kershah, Paul Rutter and Tess Tannehill.More Jan 4, 2021
Bricker & Eckler acquires Ohio PACE and Energize Kentucky from The ...
Bricker & Eckler announces its acquisition of the Ohio PACE and Energize Kentucky commercial PACE programs from The Greater Cincinnati Energy Alliance.More Jun 29, 2020
Ohio joining residential PACE market with support from Toledo-Lucas...
Ohio residents will soon have access to property assessed clean energy (PACE) financing tools to fund modern upgrades to their residential properties thanks to the Toledo-Lucas County Port Authority’s newest initiative.More Mar 30, 2020
Steel manufacturer plans Dayton area expansion, doubling its local workforceDec 16, 2019
Columbus setting the “PACE,” according to Kalvas in Columbus Business First articleNov 6, 2019
Columbus setting the “PACE,” according to Kalvas in Columbus Busine...
According to public finance attorney and PACE advisor Colin Kalvas in his article “Columbus setting the PACE nationally for commercial energy efficiency and sustainability financing,” PACE is a winning option for a variety of stakeholders, including property owners, tenants and lenders.More Nov 4, 2019
Dayton Arcade approval marks several “firsts” for PACE financingMore
Historic Dayton Arcade revitalization project is underwayApr 25, 2019
Ohio’s largest PACE transaction
Served as counsel on a $16.3 million refinancing of a construction loan that involved significant PACE financing. The project funds eligible upgrades to a hotel near The Ohio State University campus in Columbus, Ohio. Energy efficient improvements include upgrades to the lighting and the building envelope.