We help developers build a community feeling within mixed-use and commercial projects.
Tenants, residents and customers want to live, work, play and stay in developments that thrive. Our documents incorporate advanced techniques and strategies to help structure developments that are attractive in the marketplace. Each project has its own unique set of challenges. In our years of practice, we have encountered and overcome a wide variety of obstacles that threatened the success of a project. We have significant experience with the drafting of covenants, easements and restrictions documents and adjacent owner agreements. The importance of these ancillary but essential documents is often overlooked. Additionally, we have negotiated complex limited liability company operating agreements and other entity organizational documents, when required for specific transactions. Above all else, perhaps our greatest strength is our ability to coordinate or “quarterback” a multi-faceted transaction. Keeping the various components of a project tracking towards completion is a skill only borne out by experience.
Represented developer in a mixed-use project consisting of eight national retailers, a United States Post Office and 260,000 square feet of second, third and fourth floor apartments.
Represented a development company in the purchase, development, and sale of a mixed use (retail, office, and residential) project which resulted in the creation of 15 separate parcels of real estate.
Counsel to a development company in the purchase and development of a large retail shopping center which involved the negotiation or amendment of at least 6 easement agreements, including 4 with owners of property adjacent to the center.
Counsel to the developer and ultimate seller of a free standing drug store project along the South Carolina coast where one half of the leased premises was ground leased and the other half was purchased.
Represented the developer of shopping centers in Georgia and North Carolina anchored by a 187,000 square foot national discount retailer. Each project involved the assemblage and coordination of several parcels of real estate into a common closing and the negotiation of extension development agreements with the lead retailer.
Represented the purchaser of 16 grocery anchored shopping centers in South Carolina and Georgia.