Real Estate Transactions:
Our attorneys have broad experience in all areas of real estate transactions, including office building sale-leasebacks, retail, mixed-use, industrial buildings and residential housing units and developments. Our attorneys are adept at structuring and negotiating challenging acquisitions, developments and dispositions of numerous residential and commercial properties and projects.
The firm represents landlords and tenants of both single and multi-tenant properties, which provides our team with the experience and knowledge necessary to prepare and negotiate all types of leases for all types of properties, including commercial, residential and industrial for clients, big and small.
Our clients include family partnerships, private entrepreneurs, pension fund advisors, private investment funds, real estate developers and contractors, not-for-profit corporations, and other entities owning real estate.
Real Estate Transaction Practice Areas:
Real Estate Litigation:
- Sales and Acquisition
- Real Estate Development
- Debt Financing
- Real Estate Workouts and Restructurings
- Sale-Leaseback Transactions
We have assisted clients in a variety of real estate disputes, including contract disputes for both commercial and residential real estate, landlord-tenant disputes, property line disputes, easements, construction defects, loan disputes and other related litigation. Silver & Arsht has successfully represented clients in litigation related to many different sizes and types of real estate properties, including office buildings, shopping centers, retail, industrial, single family residence, multifamily, healthcare and hospitality.
Since our objective is to obtain successful outcomes for our clients, our attorneys aggressively pursue favorable resolutions, be it through prelitigation negotiations, alternative dispute resolution or, if necessary, through verdict at trial.
Real Estate Litigation Practice Areas:
- Landlord/Tenant Lease Disputes
- Contactor Disputes
- Purchase and Sale Contract Disputes
- Failure to Disclose
- Loan Disputes
- Property Encroachment / Boundary Disputes
- Construction Defects
- Premises Liability