Chris Moratschek is a partner in the firm’s Real Estate & Environmental Practice Group. He has experience counseling property owners, developers, businesses and governmental entities on a wide variety of real estate and real estate-related legal issues (e.g., development, acquisitions/dispositions, leasing, finance, zoning, and land use).
Specifically, Chris has represented both owners and developers in the purchase, sale, development, redevelopment and financing (CMBS and traditional) of a variety of commercial and multi-family properties. In addition, he has experience representing landlords and tenants in connection with leases and financing for retail, office, industrial and special use properties.
Chris has also counseled lenders and borrowers in the drafting and negotiation of loan documents for a wide variety of real estate-secured financings, including loans integrated with historic tax credits. In addition, he has experience representing lenders and borrowers in connection with public-private partnerships involving federal, state, county and local loans, grants and incentives.