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As Public Funding Dwindles, Colleges and Universities Turn to Private Sector Partners

USA - March 7 2022 Historically, the federal government played the dominant role in funding large infrastructure projects across the country - in many cases funding all…

Elise Holtzman Gerson

Florida is the Future Why Savvy Investors Are Flocking To Florida

USA - February 1 2022 Estimates suggest that 1,000 people are moving to Florida each day, with most of them heading to South Florida. For developers and investors lured by…

Melissa C. Pallett-Vasquez, Suzanne M. Amaducci-Adams, Javier F. Aviñó, Brian L. Bilzin, Richard M. Goldstein, Albert E. Dotson, Jr, Joy Spillis Lundeen, Adam D. Lustig, Howard E. Nelson, Jay M. Sakalo, David M. Seifer, Philip R. Stein, John C. Sumberg, Anthony De Yurre

What is a Public-Private Partnership? (And why we should think broadly about it)

USA - November 24 2020 Ask ten people in the industry to define a public-private partnership (P3), and you’ll probably get twice as many definitions. The World Bank’s PPP…

Opportunities for Social Infrastructure P3s (Yes, Including Colleges and Universities)

USA - August 28 2020 Earlier this summer, Plenary Properties Merced completed construction on the well-known UC Merced 2020 campus-expansion project—a $1.2-billion, 1…

The Time is Right for an Infrastructure Bill

USA - May 4 2020 We previously wrote about the role that P3s can play during a recession and the (albeit limited) infrastructure funding included in the CARES Act. At…