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Downtown redevelopment, urban entertainment centers, sportsfacilities, convention centers, convention headquarter hotels, andgovernment administration and office buildings are just a fewproducts of the collaboration between public and private entitiesthat structure and implement the financing, design, development,construction, and management of buildings for a wide variety ofgovernment, university, and commercial uses. Such undertakings,however, are rife with complexities. The ability to specificallytailor these partnerships to meet the objectives and needs of bothsectors makes the public/private finance and development approachan especially attractive and exceptionally logical choice for dealstructuring, and features some important advantages:
This much-needed book serves as a manual and reference forgovernment and university real estate officials, buildingdevelopers, and the architects, contractors, investment bankers,consultants, attorneys, engineers, and other professionals who arepart of such projects. Public/Private Finance and Developmentobjectively presents both the positive and negative aspects ofthese partnerships from the perspective of each partner, includingissues of responsibility and risk, and examines the potentialproblems that could negatively impact this industry in thefuture.
From conceptualization to construction, here ishard—to—find, detailed coverage, including a highlyeffective five-part approach to creating a financially feasible andattractive project, numerous case studies, andstep—by—step guidance through this worthwhile,increasingly preferred, but highly complex process.
Public/Private Development Partnerships and Other Methods toRealize Projects.
Emergence of Public/Private Development Partnerships.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Public/Private DevelopmentPartnerships.
A Highly Integrated Process Is Required to Achieve SuccessfulPublic/Private Development Partnerships.
The Role and Responsibilities of the Public Partners.
Partnerships Can Be Customized to Meet the Objectives of BothPartners.
Structuring Public/Private Finance Plans.
The Developer Solicitation Process.
The Precarious Future of Public/Private DevelopmentPartnerships.
Eight Case Studies.
Posted December 3, 2003
I am currently working as a consultant on a large scale biotech/retail and housing development. This book spells out issues, concerns, recommendations, and insights succinctly, in an easy to find format, with great sample RFPs and Qs. The flow charts are great, and there are few real estate resources that adequately address the unique challenges of large scale public private partnerships. It may be a bit dated (may 2000), and only includes a subset of the types of partnerships out there (little about housing).Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.