Pullman & Comley’s Real Estate practice represents clients throughout Connecticut and nationally in all manner of real estate development, conveyancing, leasing and finance matters. Our clients include institutional, public and private lenders, residential and commercial developers, regulated utilities, health care institutions, real estate investors and corporate property owners.
Our Real Estate practice provides legal counsel on a full range of real estate transactions including:
- Commercial real estate acquisitions and sales
- Real estate finance transactions
- Retail and office leasing
- Residential, commercial and community development projects
- Creation of condominiums and other common interest ownership structures
- Real estate loan workouts and restructurings
- Urban redevelopment
- Brownfield redevelopment
- Mortgage closings and refinancing
Pullman & Comley has experienced real estate transactional attorneys in the firm’s Bridgeport, Hartford and Stamford offices and we work closely with other practices within the firm in order to offer clients the benefit of the full range of our interdisciplinary strength. For example, we draw upon our Environmental Law and Litigation practice in managing environmental risk in real estate transactions and brownfield development projects and with our Land Use attorneys for assistance in seeking, defending and analyzing land use permits and approvals. We also work closely with our Business and Finance and Tax practices to structure the appropriate ownership structure and analyze tax consequences in transactions and with our Bankruptcy and Real Estate Litigation practices in restructuring troubled debt and enforcement of loan obligations.
Increasingly, the practice represents a loyal and growing roster of clients on complex development projects and has been instrumental in the negotiation of complicated transactions involving multiple parties from both the private and public sector.
News & Insights
- Fairfield County Business Journal, 09.21.2019
- Lee D. Hoffman and Gary B. O'Connor to Present in Los Angeles at "Brownfield 2019," the National Brownfields Training Conference12.11.2019
- Cannabis: Can I Buy This? The Current Legal Landscape for Connecticut’s Marijuana Industry and Predictions for 202001.16.2020
- The CT Mirror Online, 01.13.2020
- Originally published in the New England Real Estate Journal, 05.10.2019
Our Real Estate practice successfully represented a local savings bank in connection with a non-revolving multiple tranche line of credit to the owner of Goodwin Square, an historic office building in downtown Hartford.
Our Real Estate and Government Finance attorneys represented the University of Connecticut in connection with the relocation of its West Hartford University library facilities and operations to the main branch of the Hartford Library.
Attorneys from our Government Finance and Real Estate practice were instrumental in the transformation of a blighted industrial property in Bridgeport into multifamily housing and a new charter school.
Our Real Estate and Business Finance attorneys closed various loan financing facilities of more than $8.7 million for housing for educational professionals in downtown Hartford.
Pullman & Comley Corporate and Land Use attorneys have assisted Connecticut marijuana growers with regulatory issues and facility siting, as well as corporate governance, corporate structuring, tax issues and protection of client' intellectual property interests.
Members of Pullman & Comley's Real Estate practice assisted the Connecticut Children's Medical Center (CCMC) in leasing more than 110,000 square feet in Hartford Square North, located at 10 Columbus Boulevard in downtown Hartford.
Pullman & Comley attorneys, in coordination with the State Brownfield Working Group, the Department of Economic and Community Development, the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, the Office of Policy Management and the Commerce Committee of the general Assembly, were instrumental in the creation of a new law that provides greater flexibility and incentives to municipalities for cleaning and redeveloping contaminated sites.
Pullman represented Beacon Communities in connection with the rehabilitation of the old J.R. Montgomery mill complex in Windsor Locks.
With the assistance of Pullman & Comley attorneys, Sacred Heart University purchased the 66-acre former General Electric world headquarters in Fairfield, Connecticut.
The firm’s Government Finance and Real Estate practices have been instrumental in the initial transformation of a blighted industrial property along Interstate 95 in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
An interdisciplinary team of our Government Finance and Real Estate attorneys represented Forstone Capital in the renovation of McLevy Square, a four building, half-acre, historic site located in the heart of downtown Bridgeport overlooking McLevy Green, the city’s downtown public green space.
Pullman & Comley’s Real Estate and Land Use, Environmental and Government Finance attorneys have been working with the mayor and officials from the City of West Haven to develop an underutilized portion of the city’s shoreline on Long Island Sound.
We represented Greenfield Partners with its development, financing and sale of a newly-completed multi-story luxury apartment building in the heart of downtown Stamford.
- Anne Ferris Cassidy
- Michael A Ceccorulli
- Joshua S. Cole
- John B. D'Agostino
- James G. Dowling Jr.
- Geoffrey F. Fay
- Andrew A. Glickson
- Amanda G. Gurren
- Robert C. Hinton
- John J. Kindl
- Brion J. Kirsch
- Cynthia C. Klaneski
- Gary B. O'Connor
- Jean Perry Phillips
- Michael G. Proctor
- Mary Beth K. Rapice
- James B. Stewart
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