• Structuring the Complex Commercial Real Estate Lease - Government Incentives, Real Estate Tax Exemptions, Condominium Conversions, Financial Reporting Considerations, Intervening Leases, Tax Considerations and Unintended Consequences
  • November 23, 2012 | Authors: Stuart Mass; Steven Monteforte; Noah D. Shapiro
  • Law Firm: Haynes and Boone, LLP - New York Office
  • Competition for tenants of substantial commercial real estate leases will often require the successful landlord to agree to complex lease structures, or even the re-structuring of the underlying real estate. Tenants making a substantial, long-term investment in a lease of real property will be best served by a team of professionals with expertise in the various components of an optimal structure, taking into account all relevant circumstances and the potential availability of government incentives and/or “as of right” real estate tax exemptions.