Commercial Real Estate Law

Commercial real estate deals are complex because of their mix of financial, regulatory and operational issues that differ from state to state. Kaplan Voekler Cunningham & Frank PLC is nationally recognized for our experience and knowledge of commercial real estate law.

KVCF offers a range of Commercial Real Estate Law services, including acquisitions and disposals, leasing, insurance, and tax. Our Commercial Real Estate attorneys collaborate with attorneys in other practice areas such as construction, corporate law, tax law, bankruptcy, and litigation for a holistic approach to your transaction. Our clients benefit from our significant experience in orchestrating complex, long-term projects that involve drafting documentation, facilitating negotiations, navigating legal and regulatory issues, and, when necessary, litigating on their behalf.

KVCF’s expertise in Real Estate Law includes:

  • Acquisition and development – delivering expertise in acquisition, disposition, construction, development, and leasing of significant complex properties and portfolios of properties
  • General leasing – assisting landlords, tenants, brokers, and other advisors in structuring lease transactions, negotiations, drafting leases, lease disputes and defaults, legal rights under leases, applicable provisions in the tax code that impact leases, enforcement rights under leases, rent and possession recovery, defense against recovery, and collection actions
  • Commercial leasing – assisting with a wide range of leasing vehicles, including ground leases and form leases for industrial, warehouse, retail, and office
  • Land use – legal assistance with zoning and permitting, development community relations, and new ordinances or policies
  • Condominium law and planned unit development – drafting covenants for condominiums, as well as legal assistance with required documents for mixed-use commercial, residential, and age-restricted properties

Do you have legal needs in one of these areas or another area of Commercial Real Estate Law? Contact us to discuss how we can help.