Criterium Engineers recently completed our largest-ever cost segregation study at Austin Landing, an 800,000+ square foot, 60-acre, mixed-use complex located in the Cincinnati-Dayton, Ohio corridor.
Austin Landing is the “go to” hub for entertainment, shopping and eating in Miamisburg, Ohio. It also offers hotel lodging, apartments, a grocery store, and offices.
A cost segregation study is a tool used to lower taxes, increase cash flow and maximize the tax benefits of leasing or owning commercial property. It provides improved cash flow through reclassification of the property’s asset lives. The purpose is accelerating depreciation expenses and thus lowering Federal taxes. At Criterium Engineers, we specialize in cost segregation studies.
When our client bought the Austin Landing complex last November, the Dayton Daily News called it a $134M “Crown Jewel” property. It also notes that the complex was launched in 2010 and greatly expanded in 2012.
Want to learn how a cost segregation study may work for your property? Contact us today.