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Waste management company develops future disposal capacity for Middle Tennessee

The senior management of one of the largest providers of non-hazardous solid waste collection, transfer, disposal, recycling, and energy services in the United States sought to identify and develop future disposal capacity for the Middle Tennessee market.

Waller represented the waste management company in its strategic planning process. This engagement included regulatory analysis of permitting requirements, government relations, and coordinating a team of grassroots organizers to achieve the company's long term strategic goals.

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Specialty lender provides $17.8 million bridge loan for Michigan ALF

Represented the lender in $17.8 million bridge loan to refinance a Michigan assisted living facility.

Lender provides approx. $25 million construction loan to finance mixed-use historic rehabilitation project

Represented a specialty lender in an approx. $25 million construction loan to finance construction of a mixed-use historic rehabilitation project in South Carolina, secured by a first lien mortgage.

Specialty lender provides $89 million in first and second lien bridge loans for two ALFs in New York

Represented a specialty lender in providing $89 million in first and second lien bridge loan to refinance the existing debt of two assisted living facilities located in Brooklyn and Queens, New York.

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