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The business of real estate transcends all business sectors. Whether you’re transforming city skylines or just moving operations, you need a partner who can help you make smart decisions and maneuver in a complex market.

Loeb & Loeb provides a broad range of sophisticated legal services to clients around the world who are buying, selling, developing, investing in or leasing real estate properties of all types. Our national real estate team offers in-depth knowledge and market-savvy solutions spanning all asset categories — whether commercial, retail, office, industrial, hospitality or residential — to help clients identify opportunities, navigate market complexities and achieve their business objectives.

Our lawyers work with clients across the real estate landscape, including financial institutions acting as lenders, investors or credit enhancers; institutional, corporate and individual buyers and sellers of real estate; developers; landlords and tenants; and mortgage bankers. We also counsel clients in the hospitality, restaurant and retail industries, both nationally and internationally.

We pride ourselves on our extreme responsiveness and creative, proactive approach. Our partner-led teams deliver practical, business-oriented advice to quickly and efficiently get deals done, move projects forward, resolve disputes, and help our clients make informed legal and business decisions.

Working seamlessly with colleagues in the firm’s Corporate, Tax, Bankruptcy, Environmental, Advertising and Media, and Litigation practices, among other areas, we offer holistic solutions to address virtually every type of real estate-related issue our clients face.

Our capabilities include:

  • Commercial leasing and subleasing
  • Real estate financing
  • Acquisitions, sales and joint ventures
  • Partnership and other entity structure and formation
  • Land use, zoning, development and entitlement matters
  • Public-private partnerships
  • Environmental issues
  • Restructurings, distressed real estate transactions and workouts
  • Credit-enhancement facilities for tax-exempt and taxable bonds
  • Tax/1031 exchanges
  • Real estate and title insurance litigation