HISTORIC PRESERVATION TAX CREDIT EXPERTISE
PRESERVING AMERICA’S HERITAGE AND REVITALIZING COMMUNITIES
Established in 1978, the Historic Tax Credit (HTC) program has facilitated the rehabilitation of over 42,000 certified historic buildings, attracted more than $90 billion in new private capital to the historic cores of cities and towns across the nation, and created more than two million jobs. (Source: National Trust for Historic Preservation)
"NOT ONLY IS THE FOSS & COMPANY TEAM HONEST AND CREATIVE, BUT THEY ARE ALSO SMART AND RESPONSIVE. WE CONGRATULATE THEM ON FOUR DECADES OF SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS AND LOOK FORWARD TO OUR CONTINUED WORK WITH THEM."
“FOR THE NEARLY 10 YEARS WE HAVE WORKED WITH FOSS & COMPANY ON HISTORIC PRESERVATION PROJECTS, THEY HAVE BEEN HONEST AND HELPFUL IN WHAT THEY COULD DELIVER. THE TEAM HAS NEVER PROMISED WHAT THEY COULD NOT PROVIDE."
Hugh Shytle, president, Clachan Properties
- Sourcing quality transactions with experienced and capable development partners
- Negotiating favorable terms and conditions and securing viable term sheets
- Industry-leading underwriting, asset management, real estate expertise and investor reporting
- Streamlining the closing process through industry leading “one stop shop” approach
- Provide debt, federal HTC equity, state HTC equity, HTC bridge loans, and PACE financing
SECURING VIABLE PROJECTS, PROVIDING ATTRACTIVE RISK ADJUSTED RETURNS FOR INVESTORS
PRESERVING HISTORICALLY SIGNIFICANT BUILDINGS AND REVITALIZING NEIGHBORHOODS
CREATING JOBS, PROVIDING HOUSING AND INCREASING LOCAL AND STATE TAX REVENUES
OHIO HISTORIC PRESERVATION TAX CREDIT
LeVeque Tower first opened in 1927 and for nearly 90 years it has been Columbus’ iconic landmark. After four year rehabilitation, the tower has been restored to prominence. In order to maximize the building’s unique floorplan it has been divided into three different condominiums that now contain a Marriott Autograph Collection hotel, 150,000 sf of class A office space, and 80 luxury apartments. It is a featured project of the Foss OH 2016 Fund and total development costs were in excess of $50 million.