Indio, CA – Last week, Riverside County in Southern California broke ground on a brand new LEED Gold designed Law building that is financed using tax-exempt bonds issued by NDC HEDC Public-Private Partnerships. The building is adjacent to the County’s Larson Justice Center and is a necessary expansion of the Riverside justice complex after the passing of the California assembly bill that realigned the criminal justice services between the State and the counties
The Riverside County Law Building is a 90,363 square foot, three-story office building that will provide office space for the county’s District Attorney, Public Defender, and County Counsel. The project will also include a 369-space surface parking lot. A portion of those spaces will be covered with a solar power generation system that has the capacity to provide up to 30% of the building’s anticipated electrical usage.
Through a rigorous RFP Process, the County selected the Bond Issuer, NDC, and the Developer, Trammell Crow, to design, permit and construct the project. The $44 Million project is expected to complete construction in mid-2015.