Multifamily & Residential | Real Estate

Our real estate attorneys have extensive experience in representing local, regional and national developers, investors, and home builders in all aspects of residential and multi-family development. During the last three years alone, our attorneys have been involved in apartment, condominium and/or mixed-use residential projects involving over 11,000 units, valued at over $1.2 billion.

We have an experienced and talented team of real estate attorneys, paralegals and other professionals that work together to ensure efficient, cost-effective, and thorough review of all issues relating to real property development. Our attorneys and staff have been representing subdivision, apartment, and condominium developers for many years, and we have an in-depth understanding of the requirements and legal issues relating to these transactions. Our attorneys are familiar with all aspects of residential and multi-family development. We routinely counsel clients in all phases of these projects, including due diligence and acquisition; financing; permitting, zoning, subdivision and entitlements; development, design and construction contracts; construction disputes and liens; and sale, disposition, and leasing. Our experience includes both ground-up development and acquisition and redevelopment of existing multi-family communities and mixed-use projects.

Our attorneys and staff have been representing subdivision, apartment, and condominium developers for many years, and we have an in-depth understanding of the requirements and legal issues relating to these transactions.

In addition to the legal knowledge and experience that our real estate attorneys have to offer, we have established relationships in many of the communities in which our clients live, work and develop. These relationships and contacts have proven to be an invaluable resource in helping us and our clients navigate local politics, understand municipal codes, ordinances and procedures, and avoid pitfalls and delays in the development process.

Condominium Development

In addition to residential subdivisions, multi-family development, and traditional neighborhood developments, our attorneys have assisted clients in developing new residential condominium regimes, converting apartments to condominiums, converting tax-exempt entities’ office buildings to condominiums for ad valorem tax-saving purposes, developing mixed-use condominium regimes, and negotiating condominium construction loan documentation.

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Andrew L. Baumgardner

Andrew L. Baumgardner

Partner, San Antonio
210.978.7748

Meredith Brewster

Meredith Brewster

Associate, Dallas
214.953.6050

Bart J. Cicuto

Bart J. Cicuto

Senior Counsel, Austin
512.236.2283

Elizabeth Cone

Elizabeth Cone

Associate, Houston
713.752.4343

Lenora DuBose

Lenora DuBose

Partner, Austin
512.236.2079

Carey L. Hain

Carey L. Hain

Partner, Houston
713.752.4218

Andrew Ingrum

Andrew Ingrum

Partner, Dallas
214.953.6085

Mahira Khan

Mahira Khan

Associate, Houston
713.752.4250

Taylor A. Lamb

Taylor A. Lamb

Senior Counsel, Houston
713.752.4396

Pamela Madere

Pamela Madere

Partner, Austin
512.236.2048

James M. Nias

James M. Nias

Partner, Austin
512.236.2350

David W. Parker

David W. Parker

Partner, Houston
713.752.4410

Gaby Rawlings

Gaby Rawlings

Associate, Dallas
214.953.5924

Cassie Ross

Cassie Ross

Partner, Austin
512.236.2260

Justin Shipley

Justin Shipley

Partner, Dallas
214.953.6089

John Stevenson III

John Stevenson III

Senior Counsel, Austin
512.236.2088

Kate L. Young

Kate L. Young

Staff Attorney, Austin
512.236.2316

  • Acted as counsel to the developer of a 1,050,000 square foot mixed-use urban development, containing residential, retail, office and hotel condominium components.
  • During 2008, represented a national homebuilder on the purchase, development and/or sale of residential lots in more than forty subdivisions in the state of Texas, as well as subdivisions in Nevada, Florida, Delaware, California, Oregon and Washington.
  • Represented one of the largest multi-family companies in the nation in connection with the development and management of multiple residential and mixed-use communities in Austin, Texas, including a 3-star Rated Green Community which includes both retail and residential units.
  • Over the last three years, represented Archstone-Smith Trust in 26 transactions involving approximately 10,000 apartment units valued at over $1.1 billion
  • Represented the seller of a multi-family package of properties that was the largest sale of apartments in the Houston area during that year
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