Joint Ventures


Real estate projects are often the result of collaboration between two or more parties, or financed through the creation of joint ventures between developers and Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs). Establishing and operating a successful joint venture requires legal knowledge of tax and commercial law, as well as real estate law, making our integrated approach to the practice of law especially helpful to the client contemplating a joint venture. Joint ventures may take the form of limited liability companies, partnerships, corporations or simple contractual arrangements. No matter what the situation calls for, our highly experienced attorneys can craft a joint venture structure appropriate for the project at hand.


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