Some clients deal with real estate as their main business, while others outside the industry may engage in opportunities to lease, buy, sell, and finance property. Whether they are building on real estate, have permitting issues, or seek council regarding the timing of sales, advantages of leasing, or other issues, clients rely on our attorneys to provide advice based upon relevant experience and successes.
Condominiums are not merely high-rise apartments made complicated by declarations, master deeds, bylaws, disclosures, and disputes among unit owners and developers. Condominiums have become an accepted technique to subdivide real estate and create commercially viable office or retail spaces, and mixed use developments.
Our related experience includes converting apartment buildings to residential condominiums; dividing a hospital campus into condominium units for separate purposes; and creating suburban shopping center and urban mixed use condominium facilities.