Seattle Commercial Real Estate Development Lawyers

Commercial real estate development is a time-sensitive endeavor that requires an ability to move a project forward while managing innumerable details and adapting quickly and effectively to change.

At Jameson Babbitt Stites & Lombard PLLC we have earned a reputation as one of Seattle's top commercial real estate firms by our responsive, thorough and professional approach to meeting clients' needs. We work proactively to anticipate and minimize your potential risk, liability, and expense. Our ability to plan, manage, and execute the legal requirements of large-scale development projects of all types has won the confidence of our clients. Most of our work comes from repeat business and referrals from satisfied clients.

We have successfully handled many types of commercial real estate development issues, including:

  • office buildings
  • ground leases
  • condominiums
  • shopping centers
  • retail developments
  • industrial developments
  • mixed use developments
  • special projects
  • hospitals
  • distribution centers

We will help structure the deal, offer creative solutions, and anticipate potential problems in order to help you avoid litigation both today and in the future. You can rely on our skill and experience to ensure that your development project progresses from planning through completion as smoothly as possible.

Please call (206) 292-1994 to schedule an appointment or contact a commercial real estate attorney at JBSL today.

To learn more about our attorneys in the area of commercial real estate development, please view their profiles below.

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