Fox Rothschild’s Daniel V. Madrid Presents to Members of Commercial Real Estate Network Exchange

August 22, 2011 – In The News

Daniel V. Madrid, attorney in the Princeton office of Fox Rothschild LLP, gave an overview of The New Markets Tax Credit program at the monthly meeting of the Commercial Real Estate Network Exchange (CRENE).

CRENE hosts networking events and educational programs at their monthly meetings for commercial real estate professionals. CRENE invited Madrid to discuss the Federal New Markets Tax Credit Program.

Madrid discussed the program which assists developers in attracting investor equity to real estate projects in low income communities. He provided an audience of 30 professionals with an overview of the program, how the tax credit can be implemented and common issues related to such transactions.

Madrid is an experienced commercial real estate attorney with a broad transactional and land development background. He represents large and middle market companies in the acquisition and disposition of commercial properties as well as borrowers, banks, private lenders and financial institutions in negotiating, documenting and closing traditional and securitized loans. He also has substantial experience in filing and prosecuting land development applications with municipal planning and zoning boards, and has litigated prerogative writ matters involving redevelopment, invalid zoning and affordable housing.

Madrid is a member of the Montgomery/Rocky Hill Rotary Club and the Christian Brothers Academy Alumni Association and was previously a member of the Mercer County Chamber of Commerce Young Business Leaders Council. He was appointed to the Montgomery Township Economic Development Commission, where he helps to create and implement fair and business friendly policies in Montgomery Township. He also serves on the Republican County Committee for Somerset County.

Madrid received his J.D. from Villanova University School of Law in 2003, where he was the Associate Editor of Articles for the Villanova Environmental Law Journal, and his B.A. from The College of New Jersey, 1999