Mark Grobmyer is a member of Winstead's Real Estate Development & Investments Practice Group. Mark’s practice is focused on real estate development, with an emphasis on structuring and administering residential, mixed-use and office condominiums, and residential and mixed-use communities. Mark represents developers in their administration of property owner associations. Mark also has experience in a wide variety of commercial real estate transactions including drafting acquisition and disposition contracts, easements and license agreements. Mark has also represented both borrowers and lenders in connection with complex commercial real estate loans.
Prior to joining Winstead, Mark worked as a legislative aide for United States Senator Blanche L. Lincoln of Arkansas. While attending the University of Arkansas School of Law, Mark worked as a summer clerk in the Office of the Attorney General for the Republic of Palau.
Real Estate Development: Representation of developers and builders in the creation, development, governance, management and administration of master planned communities, mixed-use, residential, condominium and other covenant-controlled projects; Representation of developers and builders in the formation and operation of property owners associations; Representation of condominium, residential, and mixed-use property owner associations.
Acquisitions and Dispositions: Representation of both purchasers and sellers of real estate in the acquisition, disposition and development of improved and unimproved property.
Real Estate Lending: Represents both lenders and borrowers in connection with permanent financing, including syndications, for hotels, multi-family projects, office buildings, medical office buildings, senior living facilities and industrial buildings.
Leasing: Represents both landlords and tenants in connection with the negotiation of lease agreements for various types of real property.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Mark Grobmyer