Growing companies looking to expand their footprint often face challenges given the complex legal nature of the real estate industry. Attorneys in Armstrong Teasdale’s Real Estate practice area represent national and local developers, lenders, investors, institutional and corporate owners, governmental entities, property managers, tenants, construction companies and brokers in all areas of real estate law. The practice includes experience with developers and governmental entities in both incentive-based redevelopment and traditional projects.
The Real Estate practice area is structured to provide targeted, interdisciplinary knowledge for virtually every transaction, project and industry. Our real estate attorneys work closely with the firm’s Public Finance attorneys to identify opportunities for development incentives, including the negotiation and coordination of available incentives from state and local agencies.
Our Real Estate lawyers work closely with the firm’s Litigation practice group in litigation matters involving real estate, including condemnation cases, land use and zoning disputes, ownership issues, commercial leasing, easements and annexation cases. Our attorneys also represent construction professionals and property owners in matters involving mechanic's liens.
We assist clients across all industry sectors, including retailers, golf courses, hotels, land conservancy organizations, manufacturing and mining companies, municipalities, apartment owners and developers, shopping center developers, entertainment venues, title insurance underwriters, universities and colleges, and utilities with:
- Acquisition, Sale and Leasing
- Affordable Housing Development and Financing
- Brownfields Development
- Construction Contracts and Dispute Resolution
- Corporate Real Estate
- Development Incentives
- Energy Projects
- Entity Formation
- Environmental Law
- Historic Tax Credits
- Land Use Approvals
- Mineral Rights
- New Markets Tax Credits
- Property Management
- Real Estate Brokerage