Real Estate / Development
The firm's substantial Real Estate Practice Group is able to serve our clients in all aspects of commercial real estate law. Our firm has a particular expertise in complex real estate transactions, construction, and development. Armbrust & Brown, PLLC represents owners, developers, investor groups, property managers, pension funds, insurance companies, financial institutions and other lenders, development arms of Fortune 500 companies, municipalities, river authorities, individuals, local, national, and foreign companies, municipal utility districts, and property owner associations.
The firm represents clients in all aspects of real estate, including construction, construction loans, commercial financing, mortgage lending, acquisitions and sales of commercial real estate, leasing, and landlord-tenant matters. Examples of these developments include apartment complexes, hotels, office buildings, shopping centers, industrial sites, manufacturing facilities, mixed-use developments, condominium developments, residential and commercial subdivisions and undeveloped land, leasing and counseling regarding operational issues related to the management of properties, as well as, negotiating loan workouts, debt restructuring, and conducting foreclosure sales. We actively assist clients in forming joint ventures, general partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability companies, and corporations for the acquisition and operation of real estate. Many clients ask us to assist in various tax exempt financing and tax credit programs.
In representation of the firm's clients, the real estate attorneys work closely with tax, environmental, construction, and labor law attorneys within the firm in structuring entities to undertake various real estate activities, analyzing environmental risks, and addressing the employment and corporate issues that arise in the course of such undertakings. Armbrust & Brown, PLLC also handles the litigation and arbitration needs of clients in real estate disputes, construction disputes, and condemnation matters, as well as lobbying before local, state, and federal governmental and regulatory entities.