FLC represents developers, quasi-public entities, community development authorities, landlords and others who regularly engage in real estate transactions.  FLC also serves clients who need assistance in leasing, constructing or selling properties.

Proper planning is essential for the success of any development or construction project. FLC serves clients by evaluating a project’s feasibility by assessing land use restrictions, site specific factors, community stakeholder involvement, and your objectives for the project. FLC also considers and guides clients in financing techniques, funding vehicles, public subsidies and other assistance programs. FLC's experience includes public and private equity funding, mezzanine debt, and participating debt structures.

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Representative Service Areas

  • Survey, Right-of-Way and Easement Acquisition
  • Asset Leveraging Finance and Revenue Forecasts
  • Bidding and Bid Compliance
  • Community Relations and Demands
  • Concession Law
  • Construction Project Feasibility
  • Easements and Other Title Issues
  • Eminent Domain
  • Finance Options - Including Bonds; Loans, Grants; and Direct Investment
  • Identification of Partners and Value Added Analysis
  • Investment and Finance Agreements
  • Leasing
  • Owner Procurement Authority
  • Partnering and Joint Venture Agreements
  • Partnering Negotiations and Disputes
  • Preliminary Studies and Alternatives Assessment
  • Professional Liability Insurance
  • Property Insurance
  • Public and Private Delivery Options and Limitations
  • Public and Private Debt
  • Public-Private Partnerships
  • Real Estate Financing
  • Real Estate Litigation
  • Site Selection and Diligence
  • Stakeholder Outreach and Involvement
  • Utility Coordination
  • Zoning, Land Use and Permitting

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  • Survey, Right-of-Way and Easement Acquisition
  • Asset Leveraging Finance and Revenue Forecasts
  • Bidding and Bid Compliance
  • Community Relations and Demands
  • Concession Law
  • Construction Project Feasibility
  • Easements and Other Title Issues
  • Eminent Domain
  • Finance Options - Including Bonds; Loans, Grants; and Direct Investment
  • Identification of Partners and Value Added Analysis
  • Investment and Finance Agreements
  • Leasing
  • Owner Procurement Authority
  • Partnering and Joint Venture Agreements
  • Partnering Negotiations and Disputes
  • Preliminary Studies and Alternatives Assessment
  • Professional Liability Insurance
  • Property Insurance
  • Public and Private Delivery Options and Limitations
  • Public and Private Debt
  • Public-Private Partnerships
  • Real Estate Financing
  • Real Estate Litigation
  • Site Selection and Diligence
  • Stakeholder Outreach and Involvement
  • Utility Coordination
  • Zoning, Land Use and Permitting

FLC represents developers, quasi-public entities, community development authorities, landlords and others who regularly engage in real estate transactions.  FLC also serves clients who need assistance in leasing, constructing or selling properties.

Proper planning is essential for the success of any development or construction project. FLC serves clients by evaluating a project’s feasibility by assessing land use restrictions, site specific factors, community stakeholder involvement, and your objectives for the project. FLC also considers and guides clients in financing techniques, funding vehicles, public subsidies and other assistance programs. FLC's experience includes public and private equity funding, mezzanine debt, and participating debt structures.

  • Survey, Right-of-Way and Easement Acquisition
  • Asset Leveraging Finance and Revenue Forecasts
  • Bidding and Bid Compliance
  • Community Relations and Demands
  • Concession Law
  • Construction Project Feasibility
  • Easements and Other Title Issues
  • Eminent Domain
  • Finance Options - Including Bonds; Loans, Grants; and Direct Investment
  • Identification of Partners and Value Added Analysis
  • Investment and Finance Agreements
  • Leasing
  • Owner Procurement Authority
  • Partnering and Joint Venture Agreements
  • Partnering Negotiations and Disputes
  • Preliminary Studies and Alternatives Assessment
  • Professional Liability Insurance
  • Property Insurance
  • Public and Private Delivery Options and Limitations
  • Public and Private Debt
  • Public-Private Partnerships
  • Real Estate Financing
  • Real Estate Litigation
  • Site Selection and Diligence
  • Stakeholder Outreach and Involvement
  • Utility Coordination
  • Zoning, Land Use and Permitting