McLane Middleton is deeply immersed in New England real estate matters, helping clients to achieve their goals in a wide swath of transactions. Our experienced team of lawyers represents investors, lenders, and developers of real estate projects and also works with companies that are acquiring, expanding, leasing, financing, or selling their business locations.

Our collaborative real estate team assists clients with new construction projects in resolving contractual issues, permitting matters related to zoning changes, variances, special exceptions, and approvals required for commercial projects and residential subdivisions, condominiums, and age-restricted housing.

McLane Middleton regularly counsels companies in the utility, energy, and communications industries related to acquiring, expanding and financing various projects, and has successfully protected the interests of lenders in connection with loan transactions, as well as in negotiating and restructuring problem loans.

Our expertise in real estate covers other issues, including:

  • Title insurance and title issues
  • Commercial leasing
  • Condominium, community and homeowner associations
  • Sophisticated financing
  • Commercial real estate purchases, sales and 1031 exchanges
  • Land use issues
  • Conservation
  • Environmental laws and regulations

For additional information, contact John Weaver, chair of the firm's Real Estate Practice Group.