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Yareni Sanchez real estate lawyer development, acquisition, permitting, zoning and financing

Representative Matters

Complex Real Estate Development Project

Representation of a privately-owned real estate investment firm with all aspects of a complex development project. The firm handles all of the real estate, land use, acquisition, development, master planning, environmental and financing aspects of this immense project which includes 18 parcels across 5.2 million square feet of development property, including 2 million square feet of commercial space, and 3 million square feet of residential space, lab space, office, multi-family, retail, a park and public amenities.

Canadian Private Equity Real Estate Fund and Public Company Representation

Representation of a Canadian private equity real estate fund and public company in connection with securitizations and financing as well as joint venture equity investments and loans to acquire and develop properties.

Family Business with Corporate Interests in Real Estate Assets

Representation of a high-net worth family business in connection with the separation of corporate interests with real estate assets across the United States. Assisted the client with drafting agreements effecting redemption of interests, as well as all other related documentation.

Land Use and Zoning for a Leading Hospital

Representation of one of the world’s leading hospitals in connection with land use and zoning matter involving a variance application.

Formation, Regulatory approvals, and Funding Options for Public-Private Partnerships to Create Public Open Space

Counseling of clients in connection with the formation, regulatory approvals, and funding options for public-private partnerships to create public open space, including representing the Trustees of the Reservations in pursuing a destination park along Boston’s historic waterfront.