Real Estate & Land Use

ARHMF attorneys have significant experience representing buyers, sellers, developers, and lenders in a broad range of complex real estate transactions involving various types of projects. These include commercial properties such as hospitality, retail, office, industrial, and mixed-use developments, as well as luxury residential projects. ARHMF’s attorneys represent clients in connection with acquisitions, development, divestment, leasing and related matters. They also represent financial institutions and other lenders in loan originations and loan servicing and have experience involving distressed assets and workouts. The firm’s lawyers are accustomed to managing the multiple components of complex commercial real estate transactions and counseling clients through each phase of a project or transaction. Our attorneys also strive in guiding our clients through progressively complex land use regulations. We provide a straight-forward approach to the complicated process of government approvals and entitlement procurement.

Acquisitions & Sale Transactions

  • Acquisitions & Dispositions
  • Commercial Loans
  • Distressed Assets
  • Headquarter Buildings
  • Hotel & Resort Properties
  • Mixed Use Projects
  • Multifamily Projects
  • Office Projects
  • Retail Projects
  • Shopping Centers
  • Tax Deferred Exchanges
  • Vacant Land


  • Headquarter Leasing
  • Anchor Tenant Leasing
  • Ground Leasing
  • Industrial Leasing
  • Office Leasing
  • Retail Leasing


  • Acquisition Loans
  • Refinancing Loan
  • Asset Based Loans
  • Bridge Loans
  • Construction Loans
  • Intercreditor Agreements
  • Loan Participations
  • CMBS Loans
  • SBA Loans
  • Mezzanine Financing
  • Tax Deferred Exchanges

Loan Servicing

  • Loan Assignments & Assumptions
  • Loan Sales & Purchases
  • Loan Workouts


  • Architect and Engineer Contracts
  • Construction Contracts & Financing
  • Construction Management Agreements
  • Subcontract or Contracts

Land Use

  • Architectural Review and Landmark Designations
  • Comprehensive Planning
  • Concurrency Management
  • Development Entitlements & Permitting