Churchill Stateside Group Surpasses Over $1 Billion in Assets Under Management
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Tax Equity financing for 91.587 MW DC Renewable Energy Project in North Carolina CLEARWATER, FL, June 7, 2017 —Churchill Stateside Group, LLC (CSG), a real estate and renewable energy financial services company, is pleased to announce the closing of Churchill Stateside Solar Tax Credit Fund IX for the development of over 91.5 megawatts of solar …
Great time with our clients at the Secession Golf Course. (Pictured L to R: Danny Ellis, Keith Gloeckl, Nooley Reinheardt, Dan Duda)
Financed by Churchill Stateside Group with National and State Awards CLEARWATER, Fl., April 12, 2017 – Churchill Stateside Group, LLC and its lending affiliate, Churchill Mortgage Investment LLC (“CSG”), is pleased to announce National and State level awards for three, recently completed affordable housing apartment communities financed by CSG. Lily Ridge Apartments (a 48-unit family …
Churchill Stateside Group on board “Mr. Casey.” Fun times at the World Sailfish Tournament held in Key West, FL. (Photographed Left to Right) Mike Godwin, Keith Gloeckl, Bill Johnston, Matt Condon, Devin Sanderson and Rhett Holmes.
Danny Ellis, Nooley Reinheardt, Dan Duda & Keith Gloeckl enjoy a round at Secession Golf Club.
The Churchill Stateside Group team will be attending the 2015 North Carolina Affordable Housing Conference on October 28-29. Join us and other housing colleagues from around the state at North Carolina’s premier affordable housing conference for the latest news, innovations and best practices. Stop by the CSG booth #24 to speak with our Affordable Housing Experts.
The music industry in Georgia is one step closer to getting the same tax incentive that the film industry has been receiving for the past few years. Georgia Music Partners (GMP) and The Recording Academy Atlanta Chapter successfully engaged the Georgia Legislature to add language to the Georgia Entertainment Industry Investment Act that clearly shows that music produced in Georgia for qualified film and television productions is an eligible expense.
Georgia does not want to be a Lindsay Lohan, a starlet who skyrockets to fame, makes bad decisions, then fizzles out like some long-tailed, bleach-blond comet. Georgia wants to be Meryl Streep, whom filmmakers clamor to work with and who enjoys a long, respected career.