When looking at real estate trends, and especially the demographic-based fundamentals that underpin real estate values, we have seen a lot of change in very little time. The pandemic has shifted the labor market expectations of homeowners and renters alike, adjusting where developers are focused and, because no two jurisdictions are alike, impacting the way

Summer Associate, Dalila E. A. Haden, contributed to this blog.        

In early June, the first Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (“C-PACE”) transaction closed in New York City, courtesy of C-PACE financing provided by Petros PACE.  In connection with a larger $500 million dollar acquisition and construction financing deal involving a 1.2 million square-foot office building

Commercial landlords can now add another item to the already interminable list of risks they face in their capacities as landlords: liability borne from a tenant’s trademark infringement. The notion that a landlord could be vulnerable to legal action for the actions of its tenant runs counter to many people’s understanding of fairness. Nevertheless, commercial