Acquisitions & Dispositions
Helping Real Estate Owners, Developers, and Investors Explore New Opportunities
Managing significant and valuable properties and portfolios requires experienced counsel. Our team can handle any issue that may arise during complex real estate transactions — from land-use and environmental issues to regulatory challenges, bankruptcy proceedings, and corporate restructurings. Mintz has the experience and track record to guide you through routine or sophisticated real estate acquisitions and dispositions.Share Awards
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Our team supports our clients’ long-term management of substantial national corporate real estate portfolios. We routinely advise on acquisition, sale, lease, and sale / leaseback transactions involving life sciences (including laboratory and R&D space), health care, office, retail, residential, industrial, hotel, and multi-use properties. Our clients undertake these transactions for a variety of purposes — including portfolio reallocation, changing economic conditions, consolidation after a merger, or the disposal of excess real estate as a result of underperforming or overlapping properties.
We also have significant experience with securitized and unsecuritized financings as well as transactions involving partnership and joint venture issues. And we're familiar with sale / leasebacks, tenancies, and other unique transaction structures.
- Public and privately held companies
- Institutional corporate owners and developers
- Major pension funds
- Public agencies
Our team draws on the broad experience of our diversified practice and industry groups — including our government relations affiliate ML Strategies — for deal support. We work collaboratively to resolve environmental and land use and entitlement issues, industry-specific regulation issues (for telecommunications or health care, for example), or any issues that may impact your transaction.
Mintz has the experience and insight to guide you through routine or sophisticated real estate acquisitions and dispositions.