Multi-family dwellings, apartment buildings, rooming houses, manufacturing facilities, warehouses, gas stations, office buildings, diners and strip shopping malls are all considered commercial properties. These types of buildings often present varying and more complex issues than a residential real estate closing. You may require guidance in performing a Phase I environmental study, examining rent control regulations and/or obtaining a certificate of continued occupancy. Commercial lenders typically require extensive and comprehensive closing documents to be reviewed by the borrower’s attorney and then signed by the borrower. Our attorneys have over 75 years of combined experience in this area and can help you to attain your goals when buying, selling or refinancing commercial real estate. We can also assist you with related issues, including leasing of commercial real estate, disputes with neighboring property owners, and compliance issues with governmental and regulatory agencies.
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