Saul Ewing's Real Estate Office Practice supports clients in transactions involving major commercial office properties, including sales, acquisitions, and development of office buildings and office parks, and the conversion of existing buildings to office use. We also negotiate major lease agreements on behalf of landlords or tenants.
For clients who are developing office projects, our attorneys assist in matters regarding both financing and land use issues, including obtaining zoning approvals and construction and renovation permits.
In addition, Saul Ewing's Real Estate Office Practice provides legal counsel in connection with various aspects of the management and operation of office buildings. If necessary, our Real Estate litigators can resolve:
- Landlord/tenant disputes
- Tax assessment appeals
- Employment issues
Experienced Attorneys: Playing a Key Role
We offer our clients substantial experience handling sophisticated multi-property, multi-state acquisitions and financings, and we have experience in the area of land condominium development projects. Our attorneys have played significant roles in a number of large real estate transactions in the mid-Atlantic region in recent years, including in mid and eastern Pennsylvania, southern and central New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland. We represent several large owners of office properties in the center-city and suburban Philadelphia, southern New Jersey, and Delaware markets.
From obtaining permits for a new development to helping a building owner lease or dispose of a property to guiding a tenant through a lease agreement, the attorneys in Saul Ewing’s Real Estate Office Practice advise clients about safeguards they should consider and work to help clients complete transactions in a timely manner.
Keeping Up-to-Date: Involved and Informed
Our attorneys stay informed about the issues that concern our real estate clients in the office sector of the industry, and about trends in operating expenses, vacancy rates, market rents, and leasing incentives, to better advise and negotiate for our clients. To that end, our attorneys are members of local, state, and national bar associations, as well as trade organizations such as the NAIOP. In addition, Saul Ewing's Real Estate Office Practice attorneys have close ties and relationships with members of the brokerage community.
See related industry sub-sectors:
The group includes attorneys who have been named to the following lists: