Larry Kosmont Comments in Bond Buyer Article Behind a Struggling California Dirt-Bond Deal

The Bond Buyer Behind a Struggling California Dirt-Bond Deal By Keeley Webster March 30, 2017 LOS ANGELES — A developer’s plans to resuscitate a master-planned community in Cathedral City, Calif. have stumbled, resulting in reserve draws to make bond payments on $11 million in outstanding community facility district special tax bonds. The developer, Inland Community…

OppSites - Economic Development Marketplace

Introducing the Economic Development Online Marketplace to Showcase Properties

As a Certified Provider, Kosmont Companies introduces OppSites OppSites is an Economic Development Online Marketplace where public agencies can showcase privately owned as well as public owned property opportunities. OppSites built a national platform that empowers local leaders, is supported by the latest technology, and puts every community on ONE MAP to create a single global online…

Kosmont’s Recommendations in the Thousand Oaks Acorn article, “Developing Downtown”

By Becca Whitnall Consultant recommends city pursue ‘village’ concept If a bustling mix of residential, dining and retail around the Civic Arts Plaza is to become a reality, the City Council must get aggressive with its real estate portfolio, leveraging public property to transform the area’s hodgepodge of oddly shaped parcels into a cohesive…