Building successful public-private partnerships to gain the funding and support your project needs.
Public-private partnerships (P3s) are now being used to finance, build and operate projects such as transportation networks, utility and energy systems, delivery of social services, building schools and universities among a wide range of other applications. Simply defined, a P3 allows the private sector to provide the capital and expertise needed for the public sector to develop, operate and maintain publically owned land and buildings.
To get the most out of your P3, it can be useful to engage with an experienced advisor who can offer integrated real estate and facility management solutions as well as financial consultation to help align your real estate portfolio with your project goals.
P3s can bridge funding gaps and make college campus development possible, without full privatization. JLL's Kevin Wayer dissects five common myths surrounding higher education and public private partnerships.
Leaders, planners, and policymakers in cities and urban regions are increasingly recognizing the accelerated pace of urban change, and in particular the challenge of spiraling demand coupled with supply-side constraints.
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Over the past decade, institutions across the country have leveraged P3s for power plant facilities/operations, as well as to achieve broader energy and environmental goals.
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The pros and cons of different financing alternatives should always be analyzed when considering the appropriate way to structure a P3.
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