Our Real Estate Team provides developers, owners, investors, lenders, landlords and tenants, both regionally and nationally, with a full range of real estate services. We have a proven track record of successfully navigating a complex real estate environment to get deals done in a productive and meaningful way. Our extensive experience in commercial real estate lending, capital investing, loan structuring and restructuring, bankruptcy, property valuation and taxation, environmental and land-use matters allows us to provide broad-based strategic advice to clients in the purchase, sale, development and management of real property. READ MORE
We regularly counsel clients on:
We also have substantial experience representing borrowers and lenders in working through troubled loan arrangements and refinancings, as well as deed-of-trust and mortgage foreclosure proceedings.
While our team has diverse experience working with clients on a range of real estate development and financing matters, our areas of focus include mixed use, public/private partnerships, and long term care and senior housing.
Our Real Estate Team is recommended in Chambers® USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business with one client enthusing, “I would rate them an A; they are excellent in all areas.” Chambers sources also described our team members as being “very responsive and timely, and keep[ing] clients’ best interests in mind at all times” and as “unique problem solvers who are available around the clock.” In addition, we have been highly ranked in the U.S. News – Best Lawyers® annual “Best Law Firms” survey for our work in real estate law.
We work closely with the firm’s Construction Team to represent developers, contractors, design professionals and suppliers in all phases of the real estate development process, from site selection through preparation of tenant leases, including:
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