Mr. Richardson practices transactional real estate law. His practice is concentrated on real estate development (retail, office, commercial and industrial facilities), including land acquisition, zoning, subdivision, utility, roadway and other land development matters, property acquisitions and sales, leasing, and all aspects of real estate finance. He has represented national developers in connection with the development of retail and commercial centers, office buildings and light industrial facilities, and has represented purchasers and sellers of regional shopping centers, office buildings and industrial properties. Mr. Richardson has experience in the acquisition or disposition of heavy industrial facilities, including the creative use of subdivision, easements, licenses and other techniques to accomplish the separation of industrial facilities into multi-user properties, and has represented owners and developers of power plant projects in connection with the development, acquisition and financing of power generation facilities. Mr. Richardson has represented lenders and borrowers in a variety of real estate financing transactions. He represents landlords and tenants in a variety of leasing matters, focusing on office and light industrial facilities. He also serves as a practice group coordinator for the firm’s Real Estate Investment, Development and Finance Practice Group.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Pierce Richardson