Richard W. Holtz is an of counsel in Holland & Knight's Boston office and a member of the firm's Real Estate Group. Mr. Holtz concentrates his practice on real estate acquisitions and sales, leasing and land use matters. He represents landlords and tenants in connection with office, retail and other leasing transactions nationally.
Mr. Holtz has assisted clients in the development of real estate projects involving public-private partnerships and has created template agreements for real-estate-based financing products and services, including planning, project management, engineering and public work services. He has counseled clients on various governance and compliance matters, including fiduciary duties and conflicts of interest.
Mr. Holtz has drafted and presented legislation involving economic development, including legislation establishing financing programs, special legislation for the redevelopment of state surplus property and legislation involving the location or relocation of businesses in Massachusetts.
Previously, Mr. Holtz served as general counsel and secretary of a Massachusetts quasi-public authority dedicated to creating and enhancing economic opportunities through various real estate development and financing activities and programs. While there, Mr. Holtz provided representation and advice regarding major development and redevelopment projects, as well as the development and implementation of lending and specialized financing products.
Mr. Holtz acts as counsel on a variety of matters involving real estate transactions, including the following sample matters:
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