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Commercial Real Estate, Land Use, and Zoning Law

Expert Counsel Experienced in All Facets Of Complex Commercial Real Estate

Brown Moskowitz & Kallen’s Real Estate attorneys offer a full spectrum of legal services to clients addressing leasing, acquisitions and dispositions of property and environmental matters.

Transactional Practice

We advise our clients on all aspects of their real estate transactions. Our legal solutions include determining the most appropriate ownership vehicle for each transaction. As part of that advice, we work closely with our Tax, Trusts and Estates colleagues to achieve the most advantageous tax treatment for our clients in their real estate transactions. We negotiate the necessary agreements, perform the essential due diligence and fully document the transaction, ensuring comprehensive protection of the client’s interests.

Our real estate expertise includes representing and advising borrowers and lenders in structuring and documenting diverse commercial loan transactions to finance acquisitions as well as ongoing business operations. Our attorneys assist clients in completing conventional mortgage financings (both senior and subordinate loans), bridge financings and mezzanine loan transactions. We are also experienced in assisting our clients with post-closing issues that may arise, including workouts and facilities in default.

Our leasing practice encompasses a broad range of asset types and transactions, representing both landlords and tenants in office, retail, storage, industrial and mixed-use lease matters. Our extensive experience in working with owners and property managers has provided us with a thorough understanding of all aspects of property management and lease administration.

Real Estate Litigation

The Brown Moskowitz & Kallen Litigation practice represents real estate litigants in diverse real property-related disputes. Such matters include complex asset disputes, leasing issues, foreclosure-related matters and construction-related cases involving property owners, contractors and subcontractors and construction lien claims.

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