As demand for multifamily housing projects and mixed-use developments continues to grow across the United States, securing experienced legal counsel to manage risks and help maximize revenues is critical. At Holland & Knight, our Real Estate Law Team has the broad experience and know-how to support all of your multifamily housing concerns.
Whether you are an owner, operator or manager of apartments, or a developer, owner or association of condominiums, the housing law practice at Holland & Knight is committed to your success. Our comprehensive approach covers a wide range of services:
Today more than ever, multifamily housing developers, owners and management companies are faced with numerous opportunities to increase property revenues. Our team of dedicated multifamily housing attorneys works with you to manage and build earnings. We offer guidance on supplemental income opportunities such as building and operating – or partnering with suppliers for – in-demand telecommunications and cable services. And we assist in the development of "standard contracts" or "master" contract terms for vendor agreements that help control operating costs.
Solid counsel on policies and compliance issues surrounding fair housing law, accessible design, and other regulations and licensing allows multifamily housing owners and operators to protect their assets. Our attorneys have represented both national and regional owners and developers in defending against claims brought by the U. S. Department of Justice and national advocacy groups alleging disability design and construction deficiencies under the Fair Housing Act (FHA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). We offer:
We draw from a broad base of industry knowledge to respond to your multifamily housing matters. Our team assists clients in all phases of domestic and international construction and design projects. We also have a thorough understanding of development issues related to affordable multifamily housing, and advise clients in this area as well.
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