Mixed-Use Development Leases: Tailoring Provisions to Address Unique Legal and Ownership Structures
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will analyze the various types of mixed-use projects and legal issues that are unique to leases in mixed-use developments, and best practices for drafting lease provisions to avoid pitfalls inherent in mixed-use projects.
- Overview of mix-use leasing trends
- Ownership structures (multiple owners vs. sole landlord-owned)
- Legal structure issues impacting lease provisions (condominium, horizontal or vertical subdivision, subdivision within subdivision)
- Key lease provisions common to mixed-use projects
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- How does ownership structure of the project impact certain lease provisions?
- How does the legal structure of the project impact certain lease provisions?
- What provisions are critical must-haves from a tenant’s perspective and what are best practices for balancing the needs of different types of tenants?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Sheldon A. Halpern
Pircher Nichols & Meeks
Mr. Halpern focuses his practice on shopping centers and mixed-use projects, including their acquisition, development,... | Read More
Mr. Halpern focuses his practice on shopping centers and mixed-use projects, including their acquisition, development, leasing and disposition. He has also handled significant mixed-use transactions involving retail, hotel, office and residential components in both condominium and vertical subdivision contexts. Mr. Halpern has authored a number of articles on development and leasing topics, with a recent emphasis on REA issues.Close
M. Rosie Rees
Pircher Nichols & Meeks
Ms. Rees joined the firm in 1994 and is a partner in the firm’s real estate department. The emphasis of her... | Read More
Ms. Rees joined the firm in 1994 and is a partner in the firm’s real estate department. The emphasis of her practice is shopping center leasing on behalf of both landlords and tenants. She has been a member of the Illinois State Bar since 1981 and is also a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers. Ms. Rees has published many articles and spoken frequently on the subject of retail leasing.Close