Beulah Park Living—a $300 million mixed-use development that will offer residential, retail and office space—will break ground on May 3, 2019. The development is situated on the former Beulah Park, a horse racing track in Grove City, Ohio that originally opened in 1923.
Serving as counsel for the development team, Taft Columbus partner Chris Connelly will provide legal guidance on the public finance side of the large-scale private development, which will also involve public parks and roads. To learn more, read The Columbus Dispatch article here (subs. req.).
Connelly is a member of Taft’s Public Finance and Real Estate groups. He focuses his practice on all areas of state, local and federal economic development incentives and all aspects of public finance, including the issuance of bonds and conduit financing by public bodies. He has counseled developers, private businesses and governmental entities seeking to utilize public financing sources in connection with development and revitalization.