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Established in 1977 Reno & Cavanaugh (R&C) is a national law firm with a mission to strengthen communities across the country. R&C’s national practice focuses on real estate, finance, economic development and affordable housing. Our national practice means we have represented clients in 45 states, Guam, the U.S.. Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico. From residential and mixed-use projects, to office buildings, shopping centers, and transit-oriented developments, R&C structures transactions to bring the full slate of public and private resources to bear.  We dedicate the same level of expertise to our many clients who work on smaller real estate transactions in rural areas as we do to those with larger projects in urban areas, and we share all our clients' deep commitment to improving and diversifying the housing, economic development, and commercial opportunities in their communities. Our featured projects are representative of the diversity of our practice and the level of dedication and perseverance we supply to all our clients. 

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Mary Harvin Senior Center

On the one-year anniversary of the Baltimore unrest that burned down a partially completed Mary Harvin Transformation Center, the grand openning of Mary Harvin took place in East Baltimore. This tremendous project, an incredible redevelopment achievement where R&C represented longtime client the Woda Group, truly overcame tremendous obstacles.

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May 15

R&C Represents Developers in Transaction Creating 42 Units of Affordable Housing for Formerly Homeless Youth

R&C represented the developers, French Development Company and Empire Homes of Maryland, Inc...

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Jan 3

Laura Schwarz Named Newest Member of R&C

Laura Schwarz was named as the newest member of Reno and Cavanaugh, PLLC on January 1, 2017....

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605 West Apartments in Durham, N.C.

R&C Client Javelin 19 Investments held its Grand Opening of 605 West Apartments in Durham, N.C. in August 2014, as premiere housing for Duke University Students. Javelin co-developed the project with EdR (NYSE:EDR), one of America's largest owners, developers and managers of collegiate housing.  The community is designed to appeal to graduate students and upperclassmen whose housing needs are not met on the Duke University campus. 

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