Lewis Rice Acting as Co-Disclosure Counsel for New Kansas City Airport Terminal Bonds, Mentioned in Bond Buyer

The March 6, 2019 edition of The Bond Buyer featured a story on the Kansas City International Airport’s terminal modernization project. Kansas City is planning to finance a majority of the costs of the approximately $1.6 billion project by publicly issuing bonds later this year. Lewis Rice is engaged as co-disclosure counsel on the bond financing, led by Douglas Stone in our Kansas City office and David Brown in our St. Louis office.

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Doug provides both the private sector and municipalities with legal advice and strategic insight on conventional real estate projects as well as incentivized projects using such tools as tax increment financing, transportation development districts, urban redevelopment corporations and community improvement districts.

David advises clients engaged in public and private financings, securities transactions, and mergers and acquisitions. He represents underwriters, placement agents, issuers, and other parties in equity and debt transactions including registered public offerings, private placements, and municipal bond financings.

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