Structuring Mixed-Use Retail Development Agreements for Urban Infill Projects

Addressing Unique Legal Issues Related to Cost Sharing, Signage, Use Restrictions, Future Developments and More

Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A


Conducted on Thursday, January 22, 2015

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Program Materials

This CLE webinar will focus on unique legal issues presented by urban vertical and street retail projects, such as structuring of these projects through vertical parcels or condominiums, techniques to protect the interests of all of the divergent interests, resolution of operational disputes, signage, exclusive and co-tenancy concerns, parking and loading concerns, use restrictions, easements, and future development rights.

Description

Urban redevelopment is more prevalent in retail and mixed-use development. Street retail and vertical shopping centers are often a key element in urban infill projects. The trend in retail is away from suburban big-box stores with a preference for urban infill areas.

Counsel representing both retailers and developers must assist their clients in identifying the many unique legal issues that arise in urban infill mixed-use projects and negotiating lease provisions and legal solutions to these issues.

Nuanced issues for urban infill projects include cost-sharing allocations, signage, exclusive and co-tenancy concerns, parking and loading concerns, use restrictions, easements, and future development rights.

Listen as our authoritative panel of real estate practitioners discusses nuanced legal issues that arise in vertical and street retail projects in urban infill areas, including cost sharing allocations, signage, exclusive and co-tenancy concerns, condominium associations, parking and loading concerns, use restrictions, easements, and future development rights.

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Outline

  1. Trends in urban mixed-use retail developments
  2. Cost sharing allocations
  3. Signage
  4. Exclusive and co-tenancy concerns
  5. Parking and loading concerns
  6. Use restrictions
  7. Easements
  8. Future development rights

Benefits

The panel will review these and other key issues:

  • Trends in urban mixed-use retail developments
  • Key differences between leasing in traditional retail centers and urban infill areas
  • Negotiation perspectives of the developer
  • Negotiation perspectives of the retailer

Faculty

Kathleen Boyle
Kathleen Boyle

Of Counsel
Pircher Nichols & Meeks

Ms. Boyle's practice focuses on leasing and development.  She represents developers, managers and investors in...  |  Read More

M. Rosie Rees
M. Rosie Rees

Partner
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

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