Stephen W. Snively is an attorney in Holland & Knight's Orlando office. Mr. Snively has extensive experience representing developers, owners, managers and mortgage lenders in a variety of commercial real estate projects, including retail centers, high-rise office buildings, apartment complexes, warehouse and industrial properties, residential developments, commercial condominiums and other projects, such as regional aquariums in Gatlinburg, Tenn., and Myrtle Beach, S.C., and a prominent casino in downtown Las Vegas.
His practice has a particular focus on the representation of owners and property managers of retail properties across the country, including the negotiation and drafting of leases for urban projects, neighborhood shopping centers, big-box stores, restaurants and outparcels. As a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) for 15 years, he has written articles and made numerous presentations at its annual Shopping Center Law Conferences.
Mr. Snively's work with commercial real estate developers, investors and owners encompasses the negotiation and drafting of acquisition and development documents (purchase and sale agreements, development agreements, construction contracts, declarations of covenants etc.); documents for loans (acquisition, construction and refinance); leases; and reciprocal easement agreements. It also includes the issuance of title insurance, survey review, complex due diligence reviews, as well as the coordination of highly specialized matters, such as environmental contamination, contested land-use entitlements, formation of commercial condominiums, construction contract defaults, loan foreclosures and bankruptcies. He has represented banks, insurance companies and other institutional lenders with the closing and negotiated workout of complex commercial real estate loans.
In addition, Mr. Snively serves as Honorary Consul for The Republic of Namibia in the state of Florida and is available to assist businesses and philanthropic organizations with activities in Namibia. He established Scholarship for Namibia Inc. to provide scholarships to the students at The Polytechnic of Namibia who are seeking degrees in land surveying, planning and management to assist the government in its national resettlement effort.
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