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At Briggs and Morgan, our focus is on promptly and efficiently addressing clients’ needs. With nearly 20 real estate attorneys familiar with complex real estate transactions, we offer practical advice and a wide range of effective solutions.

Our attorneys represent clients in all stages of the real estate transaction process from document drafting, review and negotiation through closing. Our clients include large and small corporate real estate developers, real estate investment funds, public and private REITs, owners and users including asset managers, sellers, buyers, landlords, tenants, lenders, cities and school districts.

We advise clients on a broad spectrum of general real estate matters including acquisitions and dispositions; commercial, industrial, residential, multi-family and mixed-use developments; real estate financing; leasing; environmental issues; partnerships, joint ventures and syndications; and real estate tax and assessment protests and appeals.

Our attorneys also have extensive experience advising clients with respect to distressed real estate matters, restructurings, workouts and foreclosures.

Unique to our practice are extensive representation of real estate investment funds in a variety of major commercial real estate and finance transactions as well as our representation of various professional sports franchises in connection with sports stadium real estate, financing and construction transactions.

Many members of the Real Estate practice group have been selected for publication in The Best Lawyers in America and are listed in Minnesota Super Lawyers. Several are certified real property law specialists, and include a fellow and regent of the American College of Mortgage Lawyers, and two fellows of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers. Two of our shareholders are past presidents of the Real Property Law Section of the Minnesota State Bar Association. In support of its real estate practice, Briggs and Morgan is a proud member of the International Council of Shopping Centers, National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials (NAHRO), NAIOP - Commercial Real Estate Development Association, Urban Land Institute (ULI) and Minnesota Commercial Real Estate Women (MNCREW).

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