Real Estate Law
A strong foundation in real estate

Real estate is a complicated industry. Having a competent attorney, backed by a team of legal experts in the variety of areas that real estate transactions touch, is an integral part of building a successful business, whether that means industrial, residential, multi-family, commercial, retail, or mixed-use properties. From the acquisition, financing and development of property, to property management and disposition, we provide clients counsel on every facet of real estate.

We’re experienced in all types of transactions, including tax-deferred property exchanges, leasing, commercial lending, ADA issues, and the buying and selling of real estate. We also have a depth of experience in land use, environmental clean-up, and transportation matters, meaning you’ll have the counsel you need should those allied issues arise.

As problem solvers, we’re able to close transactions efficiently and successfully, and provide legal guidance on a wide range of real estate matters, including:

  • The purchase, sale or Section 1031 exchange of investment property, industrial facilities, resort properties, residential and multi-family developments, assisted living projects and other properties
  • Financing representation for both lenders and borrowers in transactions involving banks and other financial institutions, REITS, and government, as well as individuals and closely-held businesses
  • Formation of real estate investment entities and preparation of private offering documents and filings
  • Counsel for all types of real estate developers, from industrial to residential, commercial, hospitality, multi-family, planned unit, condominium and mixed-use
  • Negotiation and drafting of leases for office, retail and industrial properties
  • Advice for real estate, architecture, and engineering professionals on licensing, regulation, and compliance
  • Design, engineering, and construction defect issues and litigation
  • Environmental compliance, including Brownfield, hazardous waste, environmental permitting, and environmental remediation
  • Land use and development issues, including planning, compliance, redevelopment, and related matters
  • Boundary line, easement, access, and other disputes between neighboring property owners