Our International Real Estate Team represents U.S. and non-U.S. real estate owners, investors, developers, contractors and financiers in real estate transactions around the globe, including cross-border acquisitions and dispositions, plant separation programs, development, leasing and financing. The breadth and sophistication of our real estate practice permits us to anticipate and accommodate the needs and expectations of our clients and add value to their transactions.
- Representing an industrial firm in the sale of a portion of an existing Canadian plant, with development of shared services and corresponding easement agreements.
- Representing an international manufacturer in the construction of processing plants in Mexico.
- Representing an international engineering firm in the construction of projects in Zaire and South Africa.
- Representing a joint venture comprised of an international lodging firm and an entrepreneur in the redevelopment of a hotel and conference center in Moscow.
- Representing a joint venture composed of an international property developer and an investor in the development of a common premises building for an international organization in Zaire.
- Representing a railway company in the disposition of its interest in a leading European hotel property.
- Representing a joint venture in the co-development of a resort hotel in the Dominican Republic.
- Representing individual condominium purchasers in the purchase of resort condominiums in St. Croix and Mexico.
- Representing the purchaser of a multinational private corporation with factories in China, Thailand, India and the Dominican Republic.
- Representing an Ethiopian developer in the development of a common premises building for the U.S. State Department.
- Representing a manufacturer in the sale of plant facilities in multiple foreign jurisdictions including complex plant separation, plant service and reciprocal easement agreements.
- Representing the purchaser of chemical plant facilities in Freeport, Bahamas.
- Representing a tenant in the lease of an approximately 330,000-square-foot industrial facility in Ontario, Canada.