Robert Klahr is a partner and head of the Financial and Real Estate Services practice group. He previously served as the co-chair of the Public Finance practice group. He concentrates his practice in the areas of public-private real estate development and municipal finance. Rob uses innovative public financing to structure complex deals that enable his clients to achieve their objectives.
Rob represents municipalities, private real estate developers, bankers and underwriters in projects using tax increment financing, transportation development districts (TDD), community improvement districts (CID), neighborhood improvement districts (NID) and Chapter 100 industrial revenue and BUILD Missouri revenue bonds. His ability to negotiate and secure public funding for clients has resulted in the financing or refinancing of public and private projects including arenas, expressways, corporate headquarters, manufacturing facilities and entertainment/retail malls. He has also been involved in the issuance of a variety of publicly offered municipal bonds, including general obligation bonds, special tax revenue bonds and tax increment revenue bonds.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Robert D. Klahr