5 Q's Property Attorneys Must Ask On Adaptive Reuse Deals

Law360, New York (November 19, 2015, 4:30 PM EST) -- Adaptive reuse projects — or the conversion of existing properties for entirely new uses — are on the rise in many real estate markets and often bring a dizzying array of complexities and hurdles for the legal teams handling them.

While it's generally every real estate attorney's dream that a client would involve him or her from the very beginning stages of a project, that rarely happens. And when it comes to jumping into something as complex as an adaptive reuse project, which can cover converting office buildings into residential towers and old industrial sites into new mixed-use complexes, it is...

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