Our Real Estate Group serves as counsel in connection with the transfer, finance and development of major commercial real estate projects, including:

  • Shopping centers and freestanding retail sites
  • Office buildings and parks
  • Hospital/medical campuses
  • Manufacturing and warehouse facilities

Our clients include owners, developers, retailers and business enterprises, including relocating companies. They rely on us to serve as advisors and lead negotiators to structure and document the acquisition, financing, leasing and sale of their projects.

We have significant experience in:

  • Commercial leasing
  • Zoning and land use
  • Telecommunications (tower and rooftop antenna) sites
  • Like-kind exchange transactions
  • Reciprocal easements
  • Use and development agreements
  • Timberland acquisition and management
  • Architectural, construction, management and related contracts

To address bankruptcy and environmental issues and real estate-related disputes, we work closely with attorneys from other practice areas throughout the firm to capitalize on their substantive legal knowledge and our practical real estate experience.

Also please see related Land Use practice area.

For more information, please contact any of the attorneys listed below.

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