Cotter & Kavanaugh LLP have contributed its expertise in regards to structuring, tax compliance, cost allocation, cost certification, and auditing, among other services, to the development of dozens of commercial and residential complexes.
Cotter & Kavanaugh’s clients include the following, listed with the services provided to them:
The Albanese Organization
Cost certifications, cost segregations, and annual audit and tax returns for several 250+ unit residential towers in Manhattan, including “The Solaire,” an environmentally conceived apartment tower.
Structuring and tax consulting, cost allocation LIHTC consulting and structuring, construction requisition outsourcing, and cost certifications for numerous luxury apartment and mixed-use developments financed with 80-20 bonds, including “The Sonoma” and “The Foundry”.
The Community Preservation Corporation
Cost certification and annual audit and tax returns for multifamily
projects (new construction and rehabilitation) financed with 80-20 bonds, LIHTC's and other subsidies .
Forest City Ratner Companies
Cost certifications, structuring and tax consulting, and cost allocation consulting for tax exempt bond financed projects including, the Atlantic Terminal, a 470,000 square foot office building for the Bank of New York in downtown Brooklyn.
The Jack Parker Corporation
Annual audit and tax returns, cost certifications, structuring and tax consulting, and FNMA “Earn-Out” consulting for the Biltmore Tower, a 464-unit apartment tower in midtown Manhattan (financed with 80-20 bonds).
The Richman Group
Annual audit and tax returns, cost certifications, structuring, and tax consulting for a 160-unit senior rental development in northern New Jersey
Rose Associates, Inc.
Annual audit and tax returns, cost certifications, structuring and tax consulting, cost segregation studies, and structuring for several luxury apartment towers in Manhattan.
Sidney Fetner Associates
Annual audit and tax returns, cost certifications, structuring and tax consulting, cost allocation, and cost segregation for apartment towers and a to-be-built multi-use rental and commercial space financed with 80-20 bonds.