At Phillips Lytle, we have more than a century and a half of real estate law experience. As a full-service Real Estate Team, we represent sellers, buyers, developers, contractors, brokers, landlords, tenants, lenders, borrowers and title insurance companies. And our highly capable attorneys and paralegals handle virtually every kind of real property-related matter.
Our Real Estate attorneys possess a sound knowledge of real estate laws and have the responsiveness, expertise and experience to move projects to a successful conclusion quickly and cost-effectively, while still maintaining uncompromising standards in the protection of our clients.
Our comprehensive Real Estate Practice includes:
Phillips Lytle stresses an interdisciplinary approach to matters in these areas and assembles project-specific teams to meet the particular needs of each client and matter. We draw on the expertise of professionals from our Banking & Financial Services, Environment, Corporate, Tax, Bankruptcy & Creditors’ Rights, and Litigation Practice Teams, as needed. We have nationally recognized experience across numerous areas, including those involving institutional lenders; corporations; REITs; private developers; public utilities; municipalities; individuals; and others in connection with large and small commercial, industrial, office, professional, retail and residential projects. Our practice also includes national high-volume, high-technology representation in the telecommunications, lending, and foreclosure areas, as well as nationwide multi-location retail leasing and portfolio sales. Our Banking & Financial Services Practice includes all types of commercial and residential lending, including construction, permanent, multi-family mortgage, warehouse, leasehold mortgage and EB-5, as well as lending that involves the Small Business Administration, New York Small Business Development Center, industrial development agencies and other quasi-governmental agencies. Our attorneys work with, and provide successful representation to, dozens of financial institutions each year.