2019 February Monthly Luncheon: Development Incentives in Downtown Kalispell
Tax increment, new market tax credits, zoning, and opportunity zone benefits on the agenda
A vibrant, prosperous downtown is critical to the success of Kalispell and for workforce attraction. Our February 19 luncheon will feature three experts on investment incentives for developers and owner-users in downtown Kalispell and the Core Area.
City Manager Doug Russell will present on the urban density characteristics of the B3 zone and opportunities in the two downtown tax increment districts: the Core Area TIF, and the new Downtown TIF.
Jordahl and Sliter, CPA Partner Bryson Pelc will present on the benefits of the recently approved Economic Opportunity Zones and Qualified Opportunity Funds which provides the city a new economic development tool to attract investment capital through the deferral, reduction or possible permanent exclusion of capital gains.
MoFi Vice President Heidi DeArment will present on New Markets Tax Credit financing program that provides additional capital to qualified projects.
This program will be a good opportunity to the special package of incentives for downtown Kalispell that are unavailable anywhere else in Northwest Montana. We invite you to join us on February 19.
Menu: South of the Border
Seasoned chicken and beef served with flour tortillas, Spanish rice, chorizo refried beans, salsa, sour cream, shredded cheese, mixed green salad with assorted dressings