He represents developers throughout the country in the creation of new real estate developments, and is considered an industry leader and expert in condominiums (both commercial and residential), master planned communities, new urban communities, mixed-use developments and other types of real estate developments involving complex ownership structures.
He is one of the primary authors of the 2006 and 2007 amendments to the Georgia Condominium Act, which addressed issues related to master condominiums, escrow of purchase deposits, certificates of occupancy, and developer exemptions from assessment obligations. He was named a “Georgia Rising Star” by Law & Politics Magazine in both 2006 and 2007
Darryl is a frequent contributor to Developments in Real Estate, the official Weissman newsletter for the real estate community and is a frequent speaker at commercial real estate and legal continuing education seminars. His recent presentations include:
•“Repositioning and Positioning Planned Developments and Condominiums in Today's (and Tomorrow's) Market” (Georgia Real Property Law Institute)
• Issues in Mixed-Use Development and Changes in the Condo Act (Georgia Real Property Law Institute);
•“Structuring Mixed-Use Developments with Master Condominiums (National Business Institute);
•“Considerations for Lenders Dealing with Condominium Associations in a Difficult Economic Climate” (Law Seminars International); and,
•“Considerations for Dealing with Homeowners' Associations in Troubled Communities” (State Bar of Georgia, Real Property Section - Commercial Real Estate Seminar).
He is an active member of Urban Land Institute. As one of the emerging leaders in the real estate industry, he was selected to participate in ULI Atlanta's inaugural Center for Regional Leadership Development program in 2009-2010. He is an active member of ULI Atlanta's Technical Assistance Panels (TAP) committee. He has also served on the ULI Atlanta Advisory Board and ULI Atlanta District Council Management Committee.
Darryl has provided pro-bono representation to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta, Inc., Georgia Special Olympics, Jewish Family & Career Services, and Community Assistance Center.
He enjoys cycling and participates in an annual bicycle ride from Atlanta to Savannah to raise funds for Special Olympics cycling. He is also a youth soccer coach.
Place Of Birth
•Johannesburg, South Africa
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ULI Atlanta , Technical Assistance Panels (TAP) committee
State Bar of Georgia
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