• University Health System Sky Tower Project

    Coats Rose Director Rick Reed’s University Health System Sky Tower project named “Best Project: Healthcare" by Engineering News-Record for 2014 Best Projects Competition. Coats Rose associate Adam Richie of the San Antonio office also served as construction counsel for the million-square-foot Sky Tower. View More »

  • Sugar Land Water Treatment Project

    Coats Rose Director Tom Barber spearheaded the largest capital improvement project ever undertaken by the City to date. View More »

  • Sugar Land Performing Arts Center

    Coats Rose Director Tom Barber is representing the City of Sugar Land in the drafting and negotiation of the procurement contracts for design and construction of a $74 million dollar performing arts venue. View More »

  • Historic Texaco Building

    Coats Rose represented Dallas-based Provident Realty Advisors in the recent closing of the acquisition and financing of the historic Texaco building, located at the corner of Rusk and San Jacinto, in downtown Houston. View More »

  • Exxon Mobil Campus

    Coats Rose Director Rick Rose represented Exxon Mobil in the acquisition of 385 acres north of Houston for the new Exxon Mobil campus set to open in 2015. View More »

  • Galveston Hotel Gets $10 Million Facelift

    Galveston's Jean Lafitte Hotel is nearly ready to open after being redeveloped by Itex Developers. The Project was financed with CDBG Disaster Funds, Historic Tax Credits and conventional debt. Coats Rose attorneys Barry Palmer. Tamea Dula and Andrea Jaffe handled the closing of the project for the developer. View More »

Barry is a Director in the Real Estate and Affordable Housing sections of Coats Rose. His practice concentrates on the development and rehabilitation of affordable housing under various federal and state programs and inner city revitalization projects utilizing tax exempt financing tools.

Click here to learn more about Barry J. Palmer.

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Upon reflection, we have found the vast majority of our business has derived from our longstanding client relationships.

We treasure this fact and see it as the best indication we are achieving our goal.

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Coats Rose Government Relations Attorneys Continue Successful Record
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