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Strasburger serves clients in nearly all aspects of commercial real estate law.  Developers, investor groups, property managers, pension funds, insurance companies, financial institutions and lenders, development arms of Fortune 500® companies, bank trust departments, nonprofit corporations, individuals, local and national companies, and property owner associations trust our real estate attorneys to plan ahead.

From construction loans to landlord-tenant matters, Strasburger attorneys handle nearly every real estate matter imaginable.  The firm has been involved in developments including apartment complexes, hotels, office buildings, shopping centers, industrial sites, mixed-use developments, condominium developments, residential and commercial subdivisions, and undeveloped land. In addition, our attorneys provide counsel on leasing operational issues related to the management of properties; negotiate loan workouts, debt restructuring and conducting foreclosure sales; and assist clients in forming joint ventures, general partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability companies, and corporations for the acquisition and operation of real estate.

Clients often ask us to assist in various tax credit programs such as historical preservation tax credits and low and moderate income housing tax credits.  In representing clients, the work of our real estate practice integrates with tax, estate planning, environmental, construction, municipal, and bankruptcy law attorneys within the real estate team in structuring entities to undertake various real estate activities, working with municipalities on development issues, analyzing environmental risks and addressing the employment, corporate and trust issues that arise in the course of such undertakings, and workouts and reorganization of real estate entities. We also handle the litigation and bankruptcy needs of clients in real estate disputes, condemnation matters, and ad valorem tax disputes, as well as lobbying before local, state and federal governmental and regulatory entities.

The firm’s practice unit leaders are available to answer any questions about Strasburger’s capabilities. To learn more about this practice area, please contact jim.cameron@strasburger.com.

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Real Estate
OVERVIEW
Strasburger serves clients in nearly all aspects of commercial real estate law.  Developers, investor groups, property managers, pension funds, insurance companies, financial institutions and lenders, development arms of Fortune 500® companies, bank trust departments, nonprofit corporations, individuals, local and national companies, and property owner associations trust our real estate attorneys to plan ahead.

From construction loans to landlord-tenant matters, Strasburger attorneys handle nearly every real estate matter imaginable.  The firm has been involved in developments including apartment complexes, hotels, office buildings, shopping centers, industrial sites, mixed-use developments, condominium developments, residential and commercial subdivisions, and undeveloped land. In addition, our attorneys provide counsel on leasing operational issues related to the management of properties; negotiate loan workouts, debt restructuring and conducting foreclosure sales; and assist clients in forming joint ventures, general partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability companies, and corporations for the acquisition and operation of real estate.

Clients often ask us to assist in various tax credit programs such as historical preservation tax credits and low and moderate income housing tax credits.  In representing clients, the work of our real estate practice integrates with tax, estate planning, environmental, construction, municipal, and bankruptcy law attorneys within the real estate team in structuring entities to undertake various real estate activities, working with municipalities on development issues, analyzing environmental risks and addressing the employment, corporate and trust issues that arise in the course of such undertakings, and workouts and reorganization of real estate entities. We also handle the litigation and bankruptcy needs of clients in real estate disputes, condemnation matters, and ad valorem tax disputes, as well as lobbying before local, state and federal governmental and regulatory entities.

The firm’s practice unit leaders are available to answer any questions about Strasburger’s capabilities. To learn more about this practice area, please contact jim.cameron@strasburger.com.


EXPERIENCE
Strasburger’s real estate attorneys have experience handling the following matters:

Acquisitions and Dispositions  

Income Producing Properties Office Buildings & Shopping Centers Industrial Parks & Warehouses
High-end Residential, Apartment Complexes & Hotels Raw Land Tax Deferred Like-Kind Exchanges & Starker Trusts  

Creditor's Rights

Debtor & Creditor Representation Loan Restructuring and Workouts Non-Judicial/Judicial Foreclosures Reorganizations

Development

Condominiums Construction Contracts Mixed Use & Planned Unit Developments
Planning and Zoning Subdivision and Platting  


Entity Formation

Corporations General Partnerships Joint Ventures Limited Liability Companies Limited Partnerships Non-profit Corporations  


Environmental & Regulatory

ADA & Related Issues Asbestos Abatement CERCLA & Superfund Matters Underground Storage Tanks  


Financing

Conduit Loans Construction Loans Equity Participation Loans  Ground Leases Mini-permanent/Permanent Loans Usury Issues Industrial & Warehouse Mixed-Use Development Office Retail


Litigation

Commercial Landlord & Tenant Disputes Construction Contractual Disputes Premises Liability Defense


Related Areas

Ad Valorem Taxation Broker Representation Condemnation Federal Income Taxation Property Management Contracts State Franchise Taxation Title Curative Matters Title Insurance