Economic Development and Incentives
Texas Economic Development Lawyers
Boyle & Lowry has extensive experience in all areas of economic development. The promotion of economic development is often a primary objective of local governments in maintaining or achieving the community's goals and financial viability. Economic development, whether through new projects and development, or redevelopment, often requires creative public incentive packages and a full understanding of the legal requirements. Regardless of the size of the economic development project, the lawyers at Boyle & Lowry are adept in the proper utilization of the numerous statutory authorities available to achieve the intended goal.
Economic development incentives may include any combination of the following: tax abatements, tax increment financing, municipal bonds, public improvement districts, enterprise zones, neighborhood empowerment zones, freeport exemptions, foreign trade zones, hotel occupancy taxes, Chapter 380 grants and loans, municipal management districts, local government corporations, special districts, reinvestment zones, and 4A/4B economic development corporations.
The lawyers at Boyle & Lowry have been a part of many award-winning economic development projects in Texas.
To speak to an attorney: Call us at 972-650-7100 or contact us online. From our office in the Las Colinas are of Irving, we serve clients throughout Texas.