Industrial and Distribution Centers
- Holland & Knight real estate attorneys routinely help owners and developers address logistics and supply chain issues through the construction, acquisition, leasing and disposition of industrial properties and distribution facilities.
- Our lawyers can assist with the acquisition and development of local facilities, handle lease negotiations with tenants, and provide counsel during the development and construction of new commercial properties.
Having worked with the developers of some of the most prominent distribution centers in Tennessee, Holland & Knight real estate attorneys have a deep understanding of the legal issues involved with development, acquisition, disposition and leasing of industrial and distribution center projects.
In addition to being called upon by national developers for significant build-to-suit transactions, our lawyers represent clients in significant project acquisition and dispositions in key states such as Florida, Tennessee, Texas and California. For example, Tennessee is within an 11-hour drive for 60 percent of the U.S. population, making it an attractive location for corporate distribution centers.
Most importantly, Holland & Knight understands that today's companies rely on efficient operations, integrated supply chains and connected footprints in order to minimize waste and maximize profits. Our attorneys know the challenges of today's business environment and work to help clients not only meet their real estate needs but also strive to help them achieve stronger financial results.
Our team can assist with the acquisition and development of local facilities, as well as negotiate lease agreements with tenants and provide counsel during the development and construction of new commercial properties.