Office | Real Estate
In today’s dynamic commercial real estate market, investors, owners, developers, and tenants need experienced and forward-thinking counsel. We handle every aspect of the office real estate life cycle, from acquisition and development to leasing and operations and, ultimately, disposition. We know the market and are able to anticipate changes and proactively take action. This type of big picture perspective is vital to developing the type of business acumen that makes our attorneys exceptional legal counsel and trusted advisors.
We represent several REITs, regularly managing millions of square feet in office buildings, as well as individuals and developers engaged in every stage of the office life cycle for a variety of class assets. We can see clients through buying, developing, or disposing of office real estate in a timely and cost-effective manner.
When negotiating lease documents, we know how to manage the deal. We believe a great lawyer uses successful negotiation tactics to make sure all parties involved are satisfied with the deal. When it comes to the ongoing nature of office management and operations, landlords want the same thing—a lease that will protect their interests while attracting tenants and that will remain marketable to lenders. We pride ourselves on our ability to reach common ground, for the benefit of our client relationships and the advantage it provides in seeing a contract through to signing. For decades, we have maintained a reputation as a premier office leasing firm throughout the state of Texas and beyond.
November 3, 2021
Jackson Walker Expands Real Estate Financing Practice With Addition of Andrew Ingrum and Michelle Vincent Parker
Jackson Walker is pleased to announce the expansion of the Finance & Banking practice with the additions of Andrew A. Ingrum and Michelle Vincent Parker as partners in the Dallas office.
April 20, 2020
COVID-19 Shut-Downs Have Law Firms Wondering How Much Real Estate They Really Need | The Mid-Market Report
Real estate partner April Vasquez Leibman was featured in The Mid-Market Report discussing how the mandated work-from-home policies will accelerate the trend toward reduced square footage and more collaborative work spaces.