NEW ORLEANS – December 28, 2018 – Coats Rose attorneys Kelly Longwell, Benjamin A. Guider III, and Molly Stanga served as development counsel to the Mississippi Housing Authority VI on the redevelopment of Woodcreek Homes Community, an affordable development nestled in a wooded area with 60 units: 36 newly constructed homes and 24 rehabilitated homes that will be available to residents for homeownership.
HOUSTON – November 5, 2018 – Coats Rose, P.C. announces the addition of two attorneys to the firm’s Dallas office. Paige Mebane joins Coats Rose’s affordable housing and community development practice and Mary Cassandra “Cassie” Evans joins the real estate practice.
HOUSTON – September 19, 2018 – Coats Rose attorney Shannon Hunter was presented a certificate of excellence by Gene Reed, CEO of the Housing Authority of the City of Abilene, in recognition of the provision of excellent legal services.
AUSTIN – July 23, 2018 – Coats Rose is pleased to have four attorneys speak at the 2018 Texas Housing Conference hosted by the Texas Affiliation of Affordable Housing Provides (“TAAHP”) at the Fairmont Hotel in Austin, Texas July 23-25, 2018.
Sources indicate that for the first time since 2008, the Private Activity Bond (PAB) Lottery will return to Texas this year. Remaining 2017 program year bond cap is currently oversubscribed, however, this status will change. There are a few factors to consider:
NEW ORLEANS – July 25, 2017 – Kelly Longwell has been elected to serve on the 2017-2018 Governing Committee of the ABA Forum on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law. Committee members are elected by the membership, with advice from liaisons from other ABA entities with interests complementary to the Forum’s mission.
Firm Grows Affordable Housing Practice with the Addition of Four Attorneys
HOUSTON – July 20, 2017 – Coats Rose, P.C., a business transaction and litigation law firm headquartered in Houston, is pleased to announce their expansion to the Midwest with the establishment of the firm’s new Cincinnati office.
The former 10-story hotel, built in 1927 is named for the famous French pirate who at one point lived on Galveston Island.