Brownstein is pleased to announce the formal addition of the Condominium and Planned Community practice group to its Real Estate Department. Drawing on decades of experience related to the formation of and conversion to condominiums and planned communities, Brownstein’s attorneys assist developers in navigating the complexities specific to this asset class.
“With the recent changes in the market making conditions more favorable for condominium development and conversions, we have assembled a team with a long history of planned community and condominium experience to be able to provide clients with a comprehensive resource,” said Aaron Hyatt, co-chair of Brownstein’s Real Estate Department.
Brownstein’s Condominium and Planned Community Group provides excellent legal services to its development, finance, equity and other clients investing in this asset class because of its ability to deliver all legal services associated with condominium and planned community development and conversions. The firm’s real estate attorneys and litigators are able to assist with project due diligence; entitlements; acquisition; financing; negotiation of construction contracts; implementation of defect mitigation structures; advice relative to structuring appropriate insurance coverage; assistance with unit registration and marketing and sales compliance; and representation in connection with any pre- or post-closing disputes that may arise.
“Our state and local government relations teams also assist the group by helping clients monitor and stay ahead of the continually changing regulatory environment associated with condominium and planned community development,” Hyatt added.
To learn more about Brownstein’s Condominium and Planned Community Group, please contact shareholders Blair Lichtenfels and Jonathan Pray.