Commercial Real Estate and Land Use

Overview

Our Delaware Commercial Real Estate and Land Use attorneys provide comprehensive support for all types of commercial real estate transactions. We partner with our clients to navigate any obstacles that may arise and ensure a successful outcome that aligns with their business goals while protecting their interests.   

Throughout every stage of a real estate transaction, our attorneys have the expertise to represent a diverse range of clients, including:   

  • Local, national, institutional, and entrepreneurial borrowers and lenders  
  • Buyers and sellers  
  • Landlords and tenants  

We can offer tailored advice and solutions for your business needs, regardless of whether you are a small, local business owner or a large, international corporation or operating entity.   

Our attorneys are well-versed in managing due diligence, risk management, and regulatory compliance as well as negotiating a wide variety of documents, such as:  

  • Leases  
  • Subleases  
  • Loan agreements  
  • Settlement agreements 
  • Construction agreements 
     

Our Experience 

Our Commercial Real Estate team has extensive experience in a wide range of matters, including:  

  • Zoning, construction, and related land use litigation  
  • Landlord-tenant litigation  
  • Tax and estate planning  
  • Employment law  
  • Commercial counseling  
  • Bankruptcy  
  • Commercial litigation  
  • Alternative dispute resolution  
  • Corporate litigation  

Additionally, we have a deep understanding of securitized and portfolio financing at the national level. Our attorneys assist borrowers and lenders in these transactions from start to finish, including the loan application, formation of Delaware entities and special purpose entities, loan documentation, and closing.   

We also provide expert analysis and opinions on business organization and commercial transaction documents as well as compliance with Delaware law and the formation of Delaware entities.  

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