Enhancing the Bundle of Sticks: Implementing preservation goals through the monetization of tax credits.
Adam Kirk presented at the Savannah Law School event Re-Integrating Spaces: A colloquium discussing the parallel themes of historic preservation and transformation. He was part of a panel titled Historical Perspectives in Modern Context.
Presented at Wetlands and Water Law in the SE: Looking Forward, a seminar sponsored by The Seminar Group, in Atlanta, Georgia, on February 18-19, 2010, by HunterMaclean Attorneys.
Presented at the International Municipal Lawyers Association in Savannah, Georgia, in September 2005 by HunterMaclean Attorneys.
Presented at the Real Property Law Institute, Real Property Law Section, State Bar of Georgia in Amelia Island, Florida, on April 25, 2001, by HunterMaclean Attorneys in conjunction with John H. McCleskey, Project Director and Developer, Savannah Harbor Resort.
Hutchinson Island is approximately 2000 acres in size. It lies in the middle of the Savannah River 800 feet north of the Savannah National Landmark Historic District. Until recently, most of the island was vacant land. It is now being developed into a major mixed-use development which contains the Westin Savannah Harbor Resort, the Savannah International Maritime Trade and Convention Center, and a significant number of retail and residential properties.
Presented at the American College of Real Estate Lawyers in Washington, D.C., in October 1998 and at the Terrene Institute National Mitigation Banking Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, on June 14, 1999, by HunterMaclean Attorneys.