Kyla O'Brien Baker is an Orlando real estate attorney who focuses her practice on leasing, acquisition, disposition, development and management of commercial real estate. Ms. Baker represents purchasers, sellers, landlords, tenants, developers, owners, managers, lenders and borrowers in a wide range of commercial real estate matters.
Ms. Baker negotiates purchase and sale transactions and leasing transactions involving shopping centers, outparcels, freestanding locations, inline space, office buildings, airports and raw land for commercial use. Her experience includes representation of national restaurant chains, a large retail pharmacy and an institutional lender during pursuit of new sites. She also helps negotiate real estate matters involving new markets tax transactions, including a lease for the development of a museum on a former brownfield.
In connection with these transactions, Ms. Baker drafts and negotiates development and easement agreements, restrictive covenants, SNDAs, purchase and sale agreements, leases, other lease documents and closing documents. Ms. Baker also negotiates with various governmental authorities and utility providers. She advises clients in resolving title, survey and due diligence matters, environmental issues and other site development issues.
In addition, Ms. Baker has experience representing national landlords and real estate management companies that own and manage shopping centers, retail centers, office buildings and malls. Her practice includes negotiating leases and other lease documents during general operation of such developments, as well as during receivership. Ms. Baker advises clients on existing title documents for general operational matters of such developments.
Ms. Baker also counsels commercial clients in conducting multistate due diligence reviews and lease abstracts in financing and acquisition transactions, as well as for general management purposes.
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